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Sexual Assault Awareness Month ribbon
April 1

UO joins together for Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Ducks across campus were asked to speak openly about the issue of sexual violence to begin a month-long observance of Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
Joe Wekselblatt and Cris Niell
March 23

A way toward unlocking the teenage brain?

UO scientists develop a live imaging system for mice that could help identify mechanisms of information processing and subsequent behavior.
The UO Marching Band performing at Autzen Stadium
March 10

Sound a horn: ‘Mighty Oregon’ fight song is 100 years old

Create your own version of the venerable UO fight song and enter it for a chance at four tickets to the Ducks’ opening football game or a $100 Duck Store gift...
Ann Curry, UO grad and former NBC News anchor
March 3

Former NBC News anchor Ann Curry visits SOJC class

Curry earned her bachelor's degree at the UO and is a member of the Board of Trustees; she visited students in the School of Journalism and Communication on...
Biology professor Judith Eisen in the UO's Zebrafish International Research Center.
March 3

UO receives $10 million gift for life sciences research

Investment from Mary and Tim Boyle will endow funding for the UO’s research infrastructure and create new potential for partnerships.
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.
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.

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