College of Arts and Sciences

C. J. Pascoe
October 27

Masculinity colors responses to Trump, UO researcher says

Sociologist C. J. Pascoe is quoted in Newsweek saying criticism of Trump is tied to masculinity
Bruce Blonigen
October 27

UO research spotlighted in debate on AT&T-Time Warner merger

New work by UO economics professor Bruce Blonigen is drawing attention in light of a proposed mega merger between telecommunications giants AT&T and Time
María Belén Noroña traveling upriver in a long canoe through a rainforest.
October 26

Two UO grad students earn awards to do research abroad

One student will do research in Nepal, the other in the Amazon rainforest
Jennifer Hoy and Cris Niell
October 25

Seeing prey turn predator suggests mice as vision model

UO team uses mice to open a potential new route to study the vision-brain network
Actors rehearsing a scene from 'James Joyce's The Dead.'
October 21

University Theatre opens season with 'James Joyce's The Dead'

The Christmas-themed musical offers something 'heartfelt and graceful.'
Craig Kauffman
October 13

Work on Earth law nets U.N. appointment for professor

Craig Kauffman is one of the few researchers delving into the new field of Earth jurisprudence
Researcher Karl Mueller working on lab equipment at the PNNL
October 13

New agreement with national lab opens doors for UO scientists

The deal expands the partnership between the UO and the Pacific Northwest National Lab
UO doctoral student Dustin Carroll
October 11

UO study on Greenland's glaciers covered in Washington Post

Doctoral student Dustin Carroll finds that melting water from atop Greenland is taking an unexpected route into the ocean
Tim Duy
October 5

Latest UO report points to leveling growth for Oregon economy

The state's economy is still growing, but not as fast as after the recent recession
Cherríe Moraga
October 5

Chicana activist, writer Cherríe Moraga to give Lorwin Lecture

Moraga also will lead an activist methods workshop on campus