College of Arts and Sciences

ShakeAlert monitoring station near Winston, Oregon
August 19

New funding will help advance Oregon’s part in ShakeAlert

The UO’s share of two-year funding package will help complete seismic monitoring stations
Destruction in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria
August 19

Hurricane Maria's havoc was a real-world lesson for UO students

Ethnic studies professor Alaí Reyes-Santos finds a teachable moment in wake of a disaster
A student painting in an art studio
August 16

Ten faculty members earn arts and humanities fellowships

The new awards program offers support for research and creative projects in a variety of fields
SAIL physics class
August 14

Young students soar through the summer with SAIL program

Middle- and high-school students from across the state spend a week exploring classes at the UO
Schooling fish in the Atlantic Ocean
August 12

UO VP’s 2002 work aided discovery on fisheries-induced evolution

David Conover’s decision to freeze fish used in earlier work opened the way to get a fresh look with new DNA technology
SPICE Camp participant at her automata
August 9

SPICE Camp gives girls a passionate environment to explore science

Middle schoolers have fun with projects designed to encourage a love of science with mentorship from UO undergraduate women
Author Toni Morrison speaking in 2008
August 6

UO English professor reflects on Toni Morrison's legacy

Morrison's novels were "simultaneously beautiful and political, both supernatural and real, and always, always, seriously and joyfully Black."
OHSU’s Xialin Nan and the UO’s Ramesh Jasti
August 6

Second round of UO-OHSU seed funding announced

New projects to address teaching burnout, biological imaging, retinal disease and healthcare-associated patient infections
'Understood' logo
August 2

UO research comes to life in a new YouTube video series

'Understood' features faculty members talking about complex subjects in an easy-to-follow format
Illustration depicts a simulation of the Higgs boson
July 31

UO physicist receives a five-year DOE early career award

Laura Jeanty is a member of the UO’s high-energy physics group at CERN’s ATLAS detector

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