Academics and Research

Author Toni Morrison speaking in 2008
August 6

UO English professor reflects on Toni Morrison's legacy

Morrison's novels were "simultaneously beautiful and political, both supernatural and real, and always, always, seriously and joyfully Black."
OHSU’s Xialin Nan and the UO’s Ramesh Jasti
August 6

Second round of UO-OHSU seed funding announced

New projects to address teaching burnout, biological imaging, retinal disease and healthcare-associated patient infections
Illustration depicts a simulation of the Higgs boson
July 31

UO physicist receives a five-year DOE early career award

Laura Jeanty is a member of the UO’s high-energy physics group at CERN’s ATLAS detector
SOJC professor Troy Elias (right) and graduate student Dani Clarke
July 30

People of color support climate action, but few get credit for it

SOJC research finds environmental groups and media neglect those most affected by global warming
Interviewing a mother in the dual language lab
July 29

COE research helps bilingual children find classroom success

Their work is finding new and better ways to support kids who are still learning English
Professor Amy Lobben (middle), with geography alumna Josie Imrie (left) and geography major Arielle Alferez
July 26

Spatial data science: Geography program maps a course

Ducks trained in the growing field are landing exciting jobs and serving humanitarian ends
Researchers work on the MV Steller in front of Alaska’s LeConte Glacier
July 24

New data from UO-led study may change glacial melt predictions

Discovery at the LeConte Glacier in Alaska could apply worldwide and lead to better projections of climate-driven sea level rise
Illuminated initial from Medieval manuscript of Florus' Epitome of Roman History
July 24

New grant will fund complete catalog records for rare books

For the first time in decades, scholars and students will have full access to the material
New York cityscape
July 19

College of Design seeks proposals for Oregon Places Prize

The prize will support ambitious public scholarship on urban equity and environmental justice
Students working on biology project
July 16

University Life 101 is part of the UO's summer pipeline programs

Oregon Young Scholars inspires underrepresented youths to see that a college degree is possible

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