Robert D. Clark Honors College

Swimming Pacific sea nettles off the Oregon coast
March 13

Hold the anchovies; Pacific jellyfish have a taste for them

UO-led study finds that the largest jellyfish off the Oregon Coast prefer anchovy eggs to other items in their dining path
A poster session at the 2016 Graduate Student Research Forum
February 15

Tech Data founder gives $5 million to boost ‘overall excellence’

Steve Raymund’s gift creates the UO’s first doctoral fellowship program
An infant receiving an injection
January 24

Medical researchers in Africa must learn from the past, prof finds

Informed consent is crucial to human research, says Melissa Graboyes
Image shows bicycles in Amsterdam
December 6

Researchers will advance bicycling as part of new national center

Two related UO projects benefit from federal funding for a UO-affiliated consortium
Scene of the lower Colorado River valley with Quack Chats logo on top
December 1

Run with a researcher, discuss the Colorado River or talk beer

Quack Chats' lineup includes pub talks on river formation and the future of craft beer
Chapman Hall, home of the Clark Honors College
November 23

Clark Honors College is among the top 10 publics in the country

The school earned five out of five mortarboards in a national ranking
Kiara Kashuba preparing food with Cornerstone Community Housing in partnership with Food for Lane County at Willamette Gardens
November 18

A day of thanks, and a year-round quest for food justice

Senior Kiara Kashuba wants everyone to have food that is safe and healthy
President Schill at podium surrounded by supporters
October 25

Deans share excitement over historic Knight gift to the UO

The leaders of the UO's schools and colleges see many ways the gift will lift the whole campus
UO history professor Vera Keller
October 6

UO professor writes about the gifts of knowledge

Prizes like the Nobels have a long history, says Honors College professor Vera Keller
Dave Sutherland's team at work on boat at Alaskan glacier
August 30

Glacial ice is a way of life for UO oceanographer

Dave Sutherland reels in a boatload of National Science Foundation grants, including one with Mark Carey to study glaciers in Antarctica

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