Academics and Research

Counseling session
November 28

UO Psychology Clinic provides low-cost, science-based therapy

The clinic, in Straub Hall, currently has openings for individual, group and couple therapy sessions
Elk migration
November 27

New atlas charts the epic migrations of deer, elk and antelope

Cartographers from the UO and University of Wyoming collaborated on the mapping project
Writing on chalkboard
November 26

UO-led research finds politeness affects trust of a brand

A series of studies explored how the language used in advertisements influences consumers’ trust
Geri Richmond with a student in the lab
November 19

UO chemist serves another term on the National Science Board

Geri Richmond will remain on the National Science Foundation’s board for another six years
Image shows a single Inaccessible Island rail on a researcher's hand
November 16

UO postdoc solves mystery of isolated Atlantic island birds

His genetics research helped Martin Stervander land in the laboratory of UO biologist Bill Cresko
Aeromonas bacteria
November 13

UO scientists discover new anti-inflammatory bacterial protein

New study helps explain the human body’s moderated immune response to gut bacteria
Stacey Gose
November 12

Oregon offers tax credit on gifts to venture development fund

The fund helps turn UO research into products and businesses and supports entrepreneurs
Dwight Rhoden
November 12

UO dancers leap at chance to work with master choreographer

A visit by world-renowned dance master Dwight Rhoden gives students a chance to swing
Greenland coast
November 8

UO scientist gets the dirt on what could be the planet's oldest soil

Geologist Greg Retallack helped identify a sample of an early soil that could be 3.7 billion years old
Dinosaurs in forest
November 5

UO scientists uncover a rare Oregon dinosaur fossil

Dino bones are rarely found in Oregon, which was underwater for most of the dinosaur age