College of Arts and Sciences

Marina Guenza
November 29

UO chemistry professor is named as a fellow in the AAAS

Chemistry professor Marina Guenza joins 43 other faculty members as AAAS fellows
Counseling session
November 28

UO Psychology Clinic provides low-cost, science-based therapy

The clinic, in Straub Hall, currently has openings for individual, group and couple therapy sessions
Elk migration
November 27

New atlas charts the epic migrations of deer, elk and antelope

Cartographers from the UO and University of Wyoming collaborated on the mapping project
Plastics on beach
November 22

Making plastic that fully degrades is focus of coming pub talk

David Tyler will tell how chemists are looking to make plastic packaging from renewable sources
CAS banner at commencement
November 21

UO leaders appoint task force to analyze structure of CAS

The 22-member group will look at the College of Arts and Sciences, the UO’s largest academic unit
Geri Richmond with a student in the lab
November 19

UO chemist serves another term on the National Science Board

Geri Richmond will remain on the National Science Foundation’s board for another six years
Calvin Throckmorton
November 16

After football, 'Doc Throck' hopes to tackle medicine

Calvin Throckmorton wants to make it to the NFL, but if not, there's always orthopedic surgery
Image shows a single Inaccessible Island rail on a researcher's hand
November 16

UO postdoc solves mystery of isolated Atlantic island birds

His genetics research helped Martin Stervander land in the laboratory of UO biologist Bill Cresko
Autumn scene
November 13

Summer fellowships doubled for creative arts and humanities

Tenure-related faculty members will have more opportunities for summer research funding
Greenland coast
November 8

UO scientist gets the dirt on what could be the planet's oldest soil

Geologist Greg Retallack helped identify a sample of an early soil that could be 3.7 billion years old

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