Academics and Research

UO student doing interview in the French Quarter
September 9

SOJC students visit New Orleans to cover real-world stories

Professor Ed Madison and five students captured stories about its culture and resilience
Artifacts found in Connely Caves
September 7

Field school students dig into Oregon's ancient history

Archaeology class explores intriguing clues about life in Oregon more than 10,000 years ago
Damien Callahan
September 2

Researcher seeks new ways to help injured muscles heal

The UO's Damien Callahan wants to speed recovery for both athletes and trauma victims
Student research team in lab
August 31

UO undergrads working to develop a concussion biosensor

The university’s first iGEM team will present its work at an international event in October
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