College of Arts and Sciences

Lucy Gubbins, BA '12 (linguistics), helped kick-start the Oregon Undergraduate Research Journal. Now she helps RevZilla understand its customers. Photo by Roy Kim
October 3

Lucy Gubbins and the Language of Retail

Experience and skills from undergraduate linguistic research translate for seller of motorcycle gear
Girl drinking from water bottle
October 2

Prof awarded more than $12 million to study children's health

Leslie Leve and others join ambitious NIH project on environmental exposure and health
Diver in lab getting exam
October 1

Clues to breathing disorders may lie just under the ocean surface

The UO's Andrew Lovering will return to Croatia to continue a study on the effects of free diving
Kids at a science camp
September 26

UO and SPICE to host annual fall Science Open House

The event is a chance for youngsters to build their interest in science and learn about college
Aerial view of campus
September 25

Provost taps Bruce Blonigen to serve as interim CAS dean

Humanities divisional dean Karen Ford will become senior divisional dean of the college
Fall Preview logo
September 24

A sneak peek at autumn events

Campus will have no end of cool ways to celebrate the season and kick off the school year
Artist on mammoth sculpture
September 21

UO science museum to unveil monumental sculptures

The two mammoth figures will be installed outside the Museum of Natural and Cultural History
Iceberg flow in the landscape in Greenland
September 20

Next Quack Chats talk to look at North Atlantic icebergs

Historian Mark Carey will dig into the cultural aspects involved with floating chunks of ice
Skyline image of Portland
September 19

Oregon Economic Forum to explore ‘poverty amidst plenty’

The annual breakfast, featuring UO economist Tim Duy, will be held Oct. 17 in Portland
Mark Carey chats with Wilfried Haeberli, a glaciologist at the University of Zurich
September 19

Clark Honors College historian earns fame as a mountaineer

Mark Carey’s blending of social science and humanities into studies of glaciers leads to an award

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