College of Arts and Sciences

Craigslist founder Craig Newmark
August 25

What’s a major donor? A UO fundraising expert explains

Renee Irvin explains how nonprofits rank charitable gifts and those who give them
Man with tinfoil hat with laptop
August 25

Study: Disagreeable people more prone to conspiracy theories

A doctoral student connects 'Dark Tetrad' of personality traits and belief in conspiracies
Scott Fitzpatrick at Caribbean dig site
August 23

Researchers denounce revived theory of Caribbean cannibalism

UO archaeologist Scott Fitzpatrick and colleagues criticize a new study, calling it flawed
Tsunami evacuation sign at beach
August 20

UO partners with state to improve tsunami evacuation planning

The InfoGraphics Lab and Location Innovation Lab helped build an online map platform
Smoke column from the Bootleg Fire
August 18

Researchers seek new tools to better adapt to threat of wildfires

The work also looks at ways to mitigate fire disasters and be better prepared for the future
Zoom workshop
August 17

UO, Native language institute host annual Breath of Life workshop

This year’s format ran in a hybrid model, given the limitations from the pandemic
Human physiology lab
August 13

Faculty and provost collaborate for 'The University for Oregon'

The UO is drawing on its strengths to better serve the state, region and world
Cambodian mother with infant
August 11

Providing vitamins to SE Asian women can boost infant health

UO psychologists find providing thiamine to mothers helps infants’ cognitive development
Tykeson terrace
August 9

Tykeson Hall west lawn becomes an informal learning space

The terrace will have tiered bench seating, electrical outlets and access to Wi-Fi
Woman who just got vaccine
August 9

Closing the vaccination gap will take new methods, study finds

Using incentives and more trusted messengers could help win over some doubters