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Mark Carey conducting research at Lake Palcacocha, Cordillera Blanca, Peru.
February 25

As glaciers melt, more voices in research are needed

Fresh eyes of a UO undergraduate on a growing environmental problem led to a project that found gender vulnerabilities should be considered.
3-D versions of orchids being prepped in the lab
February 23

3-D printer helps tell why flies swarm to Dracula orchids

UO-led research in Ecuador unravels how a rare plant species lures pollinators with a mushroom-like part.
Amelia Fitch is the first UO student ever to win a prestigious Gates Cambridge Scholarship.
February 15

Bio student first at UO to win Gates Cambridge Scholarship

Amelia Fitch, a biology student in the Clark Honors College, will pursue a master's degree at the University of Cambridge in Great Britain.
Volunteers working during the CommUniversity Day of Service
February 1

CommUniversity Day of Service: See how UO students give back

More than 400 students from Fraternity and Sorority Life and IMPACT worked on six projects around the city during the CommUniversity Day of Service.
A UO alumna's gift will create the Aisha Almana Global Health Program
February 1

Saudi alumna’s gift launches new Global Health Program

Generous support from 1970 alumna Aisha Almana will fund scholarships, study abroad, research grants.
Robert Schofield works on his leafcutter project
January 28

Skilled workers: Study shows the talents of leafcutter ants

Research in Colombia, Ecuador and Robert Schofield's UO lab shows how these ants use their legs and divide their leaf-processing duties.
Welcoming the Big Duck to campus were (from left) Tom Clarey, Molly Clarey, and Alison Brown
January 23

Saturday crowd welcomes a new big Duck on campus

Eight feet tall and weighing in at a half a ton, the bronze Duck will greet visitors to the Ford Alumni Center and Matthew Knight Arena.
Steve Perry led the Cherry Poppin' Daddies before returning to the UO to finish his biology degree
January 13

UO grad Steve Perry helps put the swing in science

UO biology grad Steve Perry still swings with The Daddies, but he also keeps one foot in the world of evolutionary developmental biology.
UO outreach manager Antonio Heurta
December 18

Horses, roping and history: The story of a UO charro

The UO's Antonio Huerta was honored with an Oregon Folklife Award for his mastery of the art of the Mexican charro.
Raising one of the nine tribal flags around the EMU amphitheater
November 18

Native American culture moves to center stage in November

This is the first year that groups across campus have collaborated on a range of events for Native American Heritage Month.

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