Lamia Karim
November 19

Fellowship will help UO's Karim finish book on garment labor

She will travel to Germany's Humboldt University to complete her research on women in Bangladesh's readymade garment industry.
From left: Gordon Hirabayashi, Minoru Yasui and Fred Korematsu in 1983
November 17

UO law grad Minoru Yasui to receive Medal of Freedom

Yasui was one of three men who challenged the forced internment of people of Japanese ancestry after the start of WWII.
UO music theory professor Jack Boss won the Wallace Berry Award for his book "Schoenberg's Twelve-Tone Music"
November 17

Music professor Jack Boss wins Wallace Berry Award

The award is presented each year in recognition of a distinguished book by an author of any age or career stage.
Gerry and Marilyn Cameron
November 16

Cameron gift ensures future for securities analysis center

The couple's gift will provide long-term support and funding for the UO center where students get experience managing real money.
Judith Eisen
November 11

Medical Research Foundation of Oregon to honor UO's Eisen and Nolen

During annual awards banquet Nov. 12, Eisen will become 10th UO recipient of the Discovery Award while Nolen will receive a new investigator award.
Jessica Green, of the UO's Biology of the Build Environment Center, which recently received a Sloan Foundation grant
October 28

U.S. scientists, including UO's Green, propose microbiome initiative

Proposal in the journal Science seeks a broad unified effort to expand research and harness the potential benefits of microbial communities.
Monte Westerfield
October 27

UO, Baylor team up for NIH-funded Model Organism Screening Center

Biologist Monte Westerfield will lead the UO's effort, using zebrafish in an effort to unravel genetic mysteries in rare diseases in humans.
Bill Cresko
October 22

Genetics journal names paper led by UO's Cresko as among its Top 10

Paper chosen was a collaborative effort with UO colleague Eric Johnson that continues to influence DNA research around the world.
UO student Sheyla Martinez-Bautista got a head start on college with the UO's SAIL program
October 21

UO sets SAIL with new crowdfunding platform

Every dollar gets matched in donor challenge for program that gives first-generation, lower income students a shot at college.
Elliot Berkman, left, and Phil Fisher
October 20

Researchers will meld sciences to uncover new health treatments

The Center for Translational Neuroscience, led by Phil Fisher and Elliot Berkman, aims to deliver what is found in research to practical application.