College of Arts and Sciences

Raevyn Rogers
April 5

Raevyn Rogers: Triple Crown

Whether it’s speed on the track, fluency in Spanish, or artistry on canvas, Raevyn Rogers is true to her talents
Walmart in China
April 5

Unrest in the Aisles

A UO sociologist examines labor conditions for Walmart workers in China—and a resistance movement
Ellen Chandler
April 5

The Best...Life Lesson

Her father’s death prompted Ellen Chandler to explore philosophy—and ask challenging questions
leif karlstrom
April 5

Profile: Leif Karlstrom

By day, Leif Karlstrom is a specialist in volcanology. He's also a classically trained violinist and bluegrass fiddler.
The Matteson family welcomes new student
April 5

AEI program helps international students feel at home

The program facilitates cultural exchange between Eugene households and UO international students
stephen gillett
April 4

Stephen Gillett: Leveling Up

Tech exec Stephen Gillett ’98 has applied valuable lessons learned from his UO days and as a video gamer
Seedling growing in an open book
April 4

New grant bolsters UO center for environmental humanities

The $600,000 award from the Mellon Foundation will expand the Center for Environmental Futures
David McCormick
April 3

Neuroscientist to talk about how the brain creates reality

David McCormick, director of the UO’s Institute of Neuroscience, will give a free science talk April 17
Map of Russian America
March 30

Conference provides a look at Russian history in the Northwest

The event is April 6-7 on campus and will include talks aimed at a general audience
Two dogs playing with a stick at a dog park
March 29

Dogged researchers find new clues to the human brain

Experiments with cartoon creatures and MRI show how the brain processes individual experience

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