College of Arts and Sciences

October 2

Ethnic Studies: A Chinese Adoptee Examines "Otherness"

A Chinese adoptee explores otherness within a family that is loving but different
October 2

Biochemistry Graduate Shines at Advanced BioCatalytics

A command of the scientific method serves cancer therapies, stem-cell treatments, and agriculture
October 2

Biology Graduates Bond at the National Institutes of Health

Anisha Adke and Zoë Wong bonded over biology. Now they're research fellows at the National Institute of Health.
October 2

Set Apart, and Soaring

A mother’s nontraditional path through college ends with self-acceptance
Kathakali dance
September 30

October abounds with art and entertainment options

From a Ralph Steadman retrospective to Latinx Heritage Month, there's plenty to choose from
Tsunami warning sign
September 30

UO is leading an effort to speed up tsunami warnings

Earth scientist Diego Melgar is heading the project with NOAA and the University of Washington
Kevin Dicus at a dig in Rome
September 27

Prof cleans up old Rome's rep by digging in its garbage

Kevin Dicus says Romans used trash as a building material, which actually kept the city cleaner
Drawing of different charts
September 23

New research tool offers data on externally funded projects

ResearchStats offers a way to view information on grants, awards, projects and expenditures
Nadia Singh
September 20

Learn how organisms cope with environmental challenges

Biologist Nadia Singh will talk about genetic recombination as a way to survive harsh conditions
Justin Herbert during a pass play in the Pac-12 Championship Game
September 18

Football and school tie for the lead in Justin Herbert's playbook

An all-star on the field, the Duck quarterback also is a wizard in a biology lab and a two-time Academic All-America Team Member of the Year

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