College of Arts and Sciences

UO physics professor Mike Raymer
March 15

Professor to explore the coming revolution in quantum technology

Professor Mike Raymer will talk about the development and potential of quantum computing
Woman at blackboard
March 14

Article profiles inspiring female math professor emerita at UO

Jennifer Ruef, professor of education studies, wrote about Marion Walter for The Conversation
Childen at day care
March 8

Early career researchers face a childcare-conference conundrum

UO's Nicole Swann says family needs too often derail professional visibility of women scientists
Joe Lowndes
March 7

UO Today: Professor explores the history of conservative populism

Political science professor Joseph Lowndes discusses conservatism in the 20th century and today
Volunteers remove debris from a collapsed building in Mexico City after the Sept. 19, 2017 Puebla earthquake
March 7

Earthquake study by UO scientist will help his native Mexico

Diego Melgar experienced the 1985 quake and is now helping Mexico track a new fault line
Students in an art class in Arty the Art Bus.
March 6

Professor talks about the challenges of measuring creativity

Professor Emeritus Marjorie Taylor talked about the methods psychologists use to measure creativity
Father and son rescued after Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico
March 6

Symposium will focus on migration across the Americas

The Center for Latino/a and Latin American Studies will host the March 8 event
Lego scene
March 6

Lego Grad Student to talk on the struggles of graduate students

The social media personality and entertainer will visit campus on March 9
Girls presenting science project
March 2

Young scientists will flock to the UO for annual science fair

SPICE’s 2018 Science and Invention Fair takes place Saturday, March 10, at Willamette Hall
President Donald Trump
March 2

Pub talk will delve into Trumpism and the Republican Party

Political science professor Joe Lowndes will talk about changes in the party since the rise of Trump