College of Arts and Sciences

Artist conception of meteor hitting Earth
February 7

A one-two punch may have helped deck the dinosaurs

UO researchers find unusual seafloor structures that reflect a pulse of volcanism tied to meteor strike
Leslie Alexander
February 7

UO Today: History professor discusses antebellum New York

Leslie Alexander talks about the hostilities emancipated black people faced in New York City
Benjamín Alemán
February 6

OQ: Meet the UO physicist who's in a race to 'the bottom'

Benjamín Alemán is probing the smallest forms of matter in hopes of finding something really big
Brian Smith, Peter DeFazio, David Conover and Michael Raymer
February 2

Rep. DeFazio gets a taste of quantum science in UO visit

UO physicists, led by Michael Raymer, discuss the future potential of quantum computing
Edward Davis
February 1

Darwin Conversations will take a swim into the deep past

Natural history museum presents fish-focused paleontology series to commemorate Charles Darwin
Scene from 'Brown Girls'
February 1

Director to discuss making movies outside the Hollywood bubble

'Brown Girls' creator Sam Bailey will visit campus Feb. 8 as part of the Working Filmmakers Series
Amanda Thomas looks over deep cracks atop Washington state's Rattlesnake Ridge
January 30

UO puts seismic monitors on collapsing Rattlesnake Ridge

Amanda Thomas and Doug Toomey are gathering live data about earthquake-related landslides
James Ivory
January 26

UO grad and Oscar nominee James Ivory to visit campus

The filmmaker is nominated for an award for best adapted screenplay at this year’s Academy Awards
Nick Allen in his Department of Psychology office
January 26

Researchers say babies can experience postpartum depression

Nick Allenand Benjamin Nelson wrote about research on stress in mother-child relationships
Amalia Gladhart
January 25

Prof brings Latin American novels to an English-speaking audience

Amalia Gladhart received a prestigious NEA literature translation fellowship to continue her work