College of Arts and Sciences

Left to right: David Crinnion, Tanner Stickling, and Justin Lebuhn
April 3

Fantastic Plastic: Algotek Aims for Environmental Solution

Recent UO graduates launch a business to help solve a pressing environmental challenge
Photo courtesy of Rob Moseley,
April 3

"Renaissance Man" Calvin Throckmorton Excels in Football, Human Physiology

When “Doc Throck” is done with football, he plans to become an orthopedic surgeon
Photo courtesy of Dan Hawk Photography
April 3

Bookmarks: Karen Thompson Walker Uses Fear in The Age of Miracles and The Dreamers

Karen Thompson Walker plays with fear and the power of imagination in her newest book, The Dreamers
The UO emblem on Dads Gate
April 3

Provost Jayanth Banavar will step down, join faculty July 1

Schill credits him with advancing faculty hiring, improving the budget model and recruiting scholars
Prescribed burn in progress
April 2

Research initiative to address climate change, natural hazards

The Interdisciplinary Social-Environmental Research Symposium will be held May 20
Scene from the movie 'Diane'
April 1

April showers make art flower on campus and around town

Goodbye snow, hello sunshine, warm days, frisbees, tulips and the arts on campus.
Jose Cortez
March 29

English professor talks about diversity and teaching writing

In a UO Today interview, José Corez says it is important to create a scholarly community among students
Jim Stratton and Colleen Burgh
March 29

For two Ducks, the Exxon Valdez spill was also part of a love story

Jim Stratton and Colleen Burgh moved to Alaska after graduation and were swept up in the disaster
Artistic rendering of cortical neurons
March 28

UO study offers a peek inside the brain during hallucinations

The results may aid future research by offering an early view of how perception goes off track
Researcher at microscope
March 26

New quarterly feature highlights what's new in UO innovation

Innovation Beat will keep readers up to date on the UO's newest lab-to-market research