College of Arts and Sciences

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
Curtis Austin
January 25

UO Today: History professor on the Black Panther Party

Curtis Austin discusses his new book "Up Against the Wall: Violence in the Making and Unmaking of the Black Panther Party"
Professor Tasia Smith
January 24

Interdisciplinary research program now accepting proposals

Deadline for the 2018 Incubating Interdisciplinary Initiatives Award is March 5
Rehearsal scene
January 22

'The Father' dives into the mind of a man with dementia

University Theatre’s latest production premieres on Jan. 26 at Hope Theatre
Erika Flockoi
January 22

Scholarships put expert science teachers in high-need schools

The ESPRIT program provides scholarships and research experiences for future science teachers
Dan Tichenor
January 18

Prof comments on historical links to debate on legal immigration

Professor Dan Tichenor talks about the national-origins quotas in the 20th century
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January 18

Faculty member to discuss black queer lives in film on Jan. 26

Shoniqua Roach of Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies, will talk about the ‘Pariah’ films