Excellence

Jennifer Freyd
May 18

UO's Jennifer Freyd to discuss institutional betrayal in South Africa

As a guest of the International Women's Forum, she plans to address what trauma looks like and how institutions can move forward.
Rivka Carmi, president of BGU, and Lorry Lokey (Photo/Ben-Gurion University of the Negev)
May 18

Lorry Lokey, UO benefactor, receives honorary doctorate in Israel

Lokey, who donated almost $140 million to the UO, was one of seven scientists, inventors and philanthropists who were honored.
UO philosophy professor Naomi Zack
May 4

New book by philosophy professor Naomi Zack tackles black rights

Discussions on white privilege distract from the real issues raised by racial profiling in American policing, according to one of the key claims in a new boo
Map shows earthquake monitoring locatioins
April 29

University expands its role in earthquake early warning system

New sensors added to Oregon's monitoring network to help make the state a stronger participant in the Pacific Northwest Seismic Network. 
Paul Slovic
April 22

UO’s Slovic elected into American Academy of Arts and Sciences

The UO psychology professor, noted for his research on how people perceive and act on risky issues, joins an elite membership of the world's top leaders. 
Daniel Tichenor
April 21

UO's Tichenor is one of 32 inaugural Andrew Carnegie fellows

Award will allow the UO political scientist to spend a year focusing on his research on undocumented immigrants living in the U.S.
Museum of Natural and Cultural History
April 21

Museum of Natural and Cultural History named to Top 50 list

The website College Rank put the MNCH at No. 38 on a list of 'most amazing' college museums.
Dev Sinha
April 16

Math professor Dev Sinha takes Common Core training statewide

Sinha, a UO mathematics professor, helps explain new K-12 standards at training events across the state.
Bread loaves on display on the final day of Bread 101
April 13

National food association honors teaching approach of UO’s ‘Bread 101’

Team-taught course featured interdisciplinary approach to study the science, culture and politics of an every day food staple.
Kent McIntosh
April 7

College of Education professor wins prestigious award

Kent McIntosh receives Distinguished Early Career Award for the quality of his research on special education.

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