College of Arts and Sciences

UO entrance sign
March 30

March 30 update: Dean candidate presentations at 9:30 and 2

Dean candidate interviews continue through April 8
Karen Guillemin
March 29

UO prof featured in Jefferson Public Radio interview

The interview will air live at 8:05 a.m. PDT on Tuesday. Listeners can tune in live or access an archived edition of the interview via the Jefferson Public...
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March 29

March 29 update: CAS dean finalist presentation at 9:30 a.m.

Dean candidate interviews continue through April 8.
Students at Foreign Language and International Studies Day at the UO
March 28

Alumni to discuss benefits of language learning

At the UO, students have access to academic courses for 23 languages — 16 modern and classical languages and additional instruction for six others.
The UO sign at the entrance to campus
March 28

March 28 update: Dean Interviews for AAA, LCB, CAS and SOJC begin today

Three public presentation take place today, and information is also available about additional finalist candidates.
Image from Art in the Parks
March 28

Telling their story: Folklorists to gather at the UO

Folklorists from 13 Western states will be on campus in early April for a conference that includes workshops and discussions on preserving traditional arts.
Relief carving of intertwined UO
March 24

March 24 update: New CAS dean finalist named

W. Andrew Marcus is the second candidate to be interviewed and make a public presentation in the search for a new dean for the College of Arts and Sciences.
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March 23

March 23 update: Today's schedule for dean candidates

The first candidates for deans of CAS, A&AA, SOJC and LCB will be on campus March 28-30 for interviews and presentations.
Joe Wekselblatt and Cris Niell
March 23

A way toward unlocking the teenage brain?

UO scientists develop a live imaging system for mice that could help identify mechanisms of information processing and subsequent behavior.
Daphne Gallagher
March 18

Researchers get lathered up over Shea butter's history

University of Oregon anthropologists find evidence of production in layers of households built atop of each other for 1,600 years.