Academics and Research

Leilani Sabzalian
October 9

Prof's work puts Native teachers and students in the same room

Leilani Sabzalian, of the College of Education, is a national leader in Indigenous education
A mouse leaping from a branch
October 7

UO neuroscientists find more naturalistic ways to study vision

Two studies in mice give new insights into how animals navigate the world beyond the lab
Illustration suggesting academic freedom
October 4

National leaders to join UO for academic freedom conference

Attendees can learn more about the topic and come away with action to take
LTD's EmX buses
September 30

Study: Cash payments remain a key part of equitable transit

Eliminating cash fares hurts lower-income riders the most, an analysis shows
Shoulder X-ray
September 23

Implantable sensors could offer a new way to measure healing

Knight Campus researchers hope to track the body's response to injury or surgery
HEDCO Building
September 21

Prof encourages diversity as first female lead for ongoing grant

Wendy Machalicek in the College of Education believes in making opportunities for others
PathwayOregon student on the London Eye
September 19

PathwayOregon Ducks hit the flyway for a summer in England

Twenty UO sophomores spent a month in London for classes, adventure and learning
Seminar participants outside UO Longhouse
September 12

Linguistics program gives Native students a leg up on STEM

The department hosted the first of three summer sessions as part of an NSF grant
Crystal apple
September 12

7 faculty members receive 2022 Distinguished Teaching Awards

Recipients of the honor receive a crystal apple as a token of appreciation
Proposed redesign of a Frank Lloyd Wright house
September 12

Architecture prof is on a journey to unearth the Black aesthetic

Robert Clarke was a Wilson W. Smith III visiting faculty fellow in Design for Spatial Justice