Academics and Research

Adriana Alvarez is a 2022 grad of the Curriculum and Teacher Education master’s program
August 29

College of Ed grad paying it forward at hometown school

Professors and programs support those wanting to return to their communities as teachers
Detail: Robert Motherwell, Oregon Landscape, 1940. Watercolor and ink on paper, 9 X 9 inches. © 2021 Dedalus Foundation, Inc./Artists Rights Society (ARS), NY
August 26

Mystery canvas ties famed painter Motherwell to UO days

Physics professor and art expert Richard Taylor recounts the story of 'a true great of American art'
Stock image of an eye scanning computer code
August 24

UO earns $1M to design next generation network monitors

Computer scientists seek ways to detect network attacks and performance problems quickly and accurately
Illustration of people talking online
August 22

A person’s true feelings can be revealed in language patterns

A new study by an SOJC prof examines the intersection of deception, dehumanization and language
Teacher writing on whiteboard
August 19

New NSF grant helps build a pipeline for STEM students

The $4.3 million grant will help low-income community college students pursue research careers
'Now Hiring' readerboard sign
August 16

Study: Long COVID continues to take a toll on state economy

An estimated 10,000 to 30,000 Oregonians have missed more than a year of work due to illness
OIMB researchers on science vessel
August 8

$3 million grant funds IMAX film on deep-sea ecology

Led by UO researchers, the film highlights the worldwide importance of microscopic larvae
Butterfly on flower
August 3

Burned forest now a landscape abuzz with bees and flowers

An ecologist’s effort to restore bees to the Holiday Farm burn area is in full bloom
Globe with stethoscope
August 1

Professor offers prescription to better explain climate and health

New England Journal of Medicine paper explores ways to discuss health and climate change
Woman holding roses
August 1

New methods tripled COVID-19 testing in Latinx communities

The results could shape outreach efforts as well as suggest ways to tailor similar efforts