July 30

Team Duckling aims to excite kids about science

Free activities at Saturday Market give kids a chance to have fun at 'Science of Sound' booth.
Map shows locations of seismic sensors in Oregon
July 29

UO's role in boosting earthquake monitoring gets help from USGS funds

Newly announced funding will bring the UO a project manager/field engineer to help establish and monitor sensors around Oregon.
Richard Taylor
July 28

Patent granted for UO-led effort on fractal-based nerve connections

Award-winning concept by UO physicist Richard Taylor envisions electronic implants that match up with specific neurons.
Kiersten Muenchinger and Michelle McKinley
July 22

Two UO professors named Fulbright scholars for 2015-16

Law professor Michelle McKinley and product design professor Kiersten Muenchinger plan international research programs.
July 17

Information Services honored as LCC co-op employer of the year

The UO technology department has been a cooperative education employer since 2013 and has accepted two interns each term since.
July 13

UO is host to West Coast summer institute on science teaching

Participants are getting five days of professional develop to help teach and inspire undergraduate-level science students.
Three UO students earn Fulbright awards
July 1

Three Ducks earn Fulbright grants to teach and research abroad

The UO recipients will travel to Iceland and Germany next year as part of the international grant program.
University of Oregon a Fiske Best Buy
July 1

University of Oregon a top 'Best Buy' according to Fiske Guide

The university, which has made the list four times, is one of 19 public and 24 private schools included on the 2015 rankings.
Women's track and field team celebration after national title, June 2015
June 26

Successful year leads to record finish for Oregon athletics

2014-15 Division I Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup standings recognize national titles and top 10 finishes for Oregon Ducks.
Raghu Parthasarathy
June 25

UO physicist Parthasarathy part of potentially high-impact project

Zebrafish will be used in an effort combining physics and biology that initially seeks to neutralize a cholera-causing bacterium.