Beth Stormshak
March 24

Stormshak receives award for new intervention program

The award from the National Institute on Drug Abuse will establish a new, online resource to help reduce substance abuse in middle-school youth.
Craig Wiroll
March 19

Fellowship will fund internship at Thai elephant rehab center

An A&AA graduate student will spend his summer internship in Thailand feeding and cleaning up after elephants — and he couldn’t be happier.
Jim Hutchison
March 18

UO-Sony partnership led to ACS Nano’s top paper in 2014

Research effort led to a rapid and efficient method to produce stable, uniformly sized nanocrystals for use in electronic materials.
A pitcher-plant mosquito
March 17

NSF award to UO team will help tomorrow’s scientists

A model approach by William Bradshaw and Christina Holzapfel will become a guide for exploring new research challenges.
2015 NCAA Indoor Track and Field Champions
March 16

How the men of Oregon teamed up for the NCAA Indoor title

The men of Oregon used teamwork to bring home the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championship on Saturday in Arkansas.
Alexandre Dossin
March 13

UO professor elected as new Liszt Society vice president

Alexandre Dossin, associate professor at the School of Music and Dance, has been named vice president of the prestigious American Liszt Society.
March 11

US News graduate rankings for 2016 include UO programs

The School of Law, School of Education and several science programs were included among the nation's best.
Qusheng Jin
March 9

UO geologists open window on arsenic cycling

Jin's fieldwork in the southern Willamette Valley leads to the suggestion that organic arsenic levels should be factored into groundwater monitoring.
Economic Impact
March 4

Economic Impact

The UO’s commitment to innovation and discovery leads to economic prosperity for many Oregonians.
March 4

C.J. Pascoe, Ph.D

Pascoe's research focuses on gender, youth, homophobia, sexuality, bullying and new media.