College of Arts and Sciences

Tim Duy
April 7

The UO's Tim Duy talks coronavirus and the economy

He answers questions on hoarding, federal aid and state efforts to limit the spread
Ebola testing lab
April 2

UO geography prof urges change in pandemic fund oversight

Leigh Johnson and a colleague say COVID-19 and Ebola have exposed problems
Watching a class online
March 30

UO jumps into remote learning with passion and innovation

During the global health emergency, the UO taps into expertise and community spirit
Biology professor Diana Libuda
March 27

Faculty borrow a page from Hollywood as spring term nears

Several UO profs got creative in preparing for an unprecedented spring term
Senjafuda panels
March 23

Sheltering in place? Art and culture are only a click away

The university offers a wealth of videos to entertain, educate and inspire
Glass blowing
March 23

UO physics study sheds light on a glassy conundrum

A new UO study provides an important clue to one of physics’ great unsolved mysteries
Pioneer Mother
March 19

The UO's women scholars are taking the lead in academia

UO female faculty provide leadership and inspiration through a variety of organizations
River flowing over rocks.
March 11

The Year of Water opens the spigot on university research

The statewide initiative begins in earnest with a waterfall of spring events
Laptop open to news website
March 10

UO researchers are providing expertise on new coronavirus

Faculty members have been quoted on the health, economic and risk factors from the outbreak
Geri Richmond
March 9

Oregon Historical Society names Richmond a history maker

The award recognizes those who help shape the culture and history of Oregon

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