Academics and Research

A UO researcher’s new book looks at how the team’s success plays out in world politics
A breath, or more, of fresh air may be just the ticket for reducing youth stress
New research provides a better understanding of how the marine animal sees its world
A rock shelter in Eastern Oregon could be the earliest human camp in North America
Professor Renée Irvin has developed a new method for evaluating fundraising groups
The group hire will add diversity and meet student demand for Latinx studies courses
New research from professor Paul Dalton launches affordable, open-source devices
Elizabeth (Ellison) Goltra and her family traveled from Missouri to Oregon in 1853
The regional higher ed network will help train the future semiconductor industry workforce
Their range of projects contribute to the initiative’s efforts for a just and livable future