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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
President Schill at Wings event
September 18

Three UO researchers will headline Wings event in Portland

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/uo-wings-november-1-2018-tickets-50427001519The Nov. 1 evening at the White Stag Block includes Curtis Austin, Alison Gash and...
Image shows a nematode embryo, left, in green, part way through its rotation after bumping into a pink plastic bead
September 14

UO team shows simple contact can help steer cell division

Basic research in Bruce Bowerman’s lab might someday help improve drug delivery
Ancient projectile points
September 13

UO anthropologists aid effort on Native American artifacts

Jason Younker and Jon Erlandson are helping draw up guidelines for managing cultural items
Commercial fishing trawlers side by side in the ocean
September 10

UO professor talks about overfishing research on OPB show

Greg McDermott recently led a study on the overuse of natural goods prior to conservation
Joshua Roering
September 10

UO scientist named an American Geophysical Union fellow

Earth sciences professor Josh Roering will be formally recognized during a December conference
Judith Raiskin (left) and Linda Long
September 10

Lesbian Oral History Project to become part of UO collections

Interviews and other historical materials will be available through the UO Libraries

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