College of Arts and Sciences

Barbed wire and American flag at detention camp
March 8

UO prof sees WWII refugee camp as forerunner to U.S. camps

Gina Herrmann is researching a French internment camp that housed migrants
Recording studio scene
March 5

Play reading traces the history of race relations in America

'Personal History,' directed by Stanley Coleman, will be livestreamed March 10-14
A scene from 'The March'
March 5

UO GLAM Alliance highlights museum and library treasures

The Galleries, Libraries and Art Museums initiative promotes 'hidden collections'
Hayward Field
March 4

Hayward Field sensors to advance UO wildfire smoke initiative

Monitors will further research around wildfire smoke and aid both athletes and fans
Naomi Oreskes
March 4

Harvard science historian explores skepticism about science

Naomi Oreskes will give the annual Cressman Lecture via Zoom on March 12
Microscopic view of a neural network forming on an electrode
March 2

Research team unlocks strategies driving neuron connections

The insights will help fine-tune electrodes in an ongoing vision restoration project
Woman reacts to smell of spoiled food
February 25

UO researchers show how disgust evolved as an emotion

Anthropologists explored the roots of disgust in three indigenous communities in Ecuador
Curiosity rover on Mars
February 19

Mars rovers safe from lightning strikes, new UO research finds

A study released as Perseverence neared the planet finds low chance of electrical storms
Trauma surgeons work on the leg of an injured patient
February 18

Suppressed immune response linked to failed bone healing

Team says a blood test could one day identify patients whose bones may resist repair
Stilianos Louca
February 16

UO biologist chosen for a Sloan Research Fellowship

Two-year grant will help Stilianos Louca in his big data-driven studies of microbial life