Graduate School

María Belén Noroña traveling upriver in a long canoe through a rainforest.
October 26

Two UO grad students earn awards to do research abroad

One student will do research in Nepal, the other in the Amazon rainforest
Third-year UO law students Donovan Bonner (left) and Brent Sutten
October 6

Bonneville Power Administration harnesses law student energy

Two UO law students spend a summer clerking for the BPA in Portland
Children playing on campus
October 4

Family-friendly event offered for students, faculty and staff

University families can play together and learn about family resources on campus
Emily Sales
July 22

Doctoral student selected for prestigious Gilliam fellowship

Emily Sales, a student in Chris Doe's lab, studies the way neural circuits form to one day better treat brain diseases
Literature professor Barbara Mossberg
June 21

Back at the UO, Barbara Mossberg finds her academic Ithaca

Mossberg has twice been a Fulbright senior lecturer and recently represented the U.S. at the program's 40th anniversary
Poster for panel discussion
May 30

Panel discussion will focus on how to promote research

The June 3 panel will explore ways to get research in front of a wider audience
Cassandra Snelling
May 25

New UO law grads find their third year in Portland is a charm

Some 20 students were in the first graduating class to spend their final year at the UO's law program in Portland
Jon LaRochelle
April 8

12 grad students get boost from graduate fellowships

This year the Dissertation Research Fellowships expanded 12 awards from just one, including new fellowship supported by a bequest from UO alumnus Eric Englund.
A full classroom at the UO
March 11

New initiative helps grad students hone teaching skills

The optional program helps graduate students hone teaching skills and build a community of support workshops, teaching consultations, classroom observations...
Grad students show off their work at the annual Graduate Student Research Forum
February 29

Research forum puts graduate students in the spotlight

With more than $5,000 in prize money on the table, graduate students had a chance to not only display their work but move it forward too.

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