College of Arts and Sciences

President Michael Schill and others walking across campus to deliver an award.
May 25

Nine outstanding faculty members receive UO's highest teaching honors

The Herman and Ersted awards are given annually to recognize excellence in teaching
UO classics professor Kevin Dicus examins pottery from a dig in Rome.
May 24

UO classics prof digs deep into ancient Roman garbage

Kevin Dicus is working on a book about waste management in cities of the ancient Roman world
Students use a ballon in a science demonstration during rehearsals for 'Wonder if Wonder Why.'
May 23

Original UO play about science to premiere at Hope Theatre

The play grew out of concerns by director John Schmor and his students about science and America
Michelle Williams in a scene from 'Certain Women.'
May 23

Cinema studies to hold private screening of ‘Certain Women’

The showing is one of the first events held through a new gift that will bring filmmakers to campus each year
Jessica Green and panelists at a White House conference.
May 18

UO prof participates in launch of National Microbiome Initiative

The initiative aims to advance microbiome science in ways that will benefit individuals, communities and the planet
A child at the tidepool touch tank at the new Charleston Marine Life Center
May 18

Charleston Marine Life Center opens a new window to the sea

The combination museum and aquarium provides a showcase on the majestic Oregon coast, the deep sea and the Oregon Institute of Marine Biology
A view of the Lokey Labs
May 18

Foundation support increases seed funding for UO research

One of the four funded projects will use a new approach to better understand chronic intestinal diseases
Image of 'Disgruntled' book cover
May 17

Author Asali Solomon to host reading from her novel

The author of "Disgruntled" will read from the book, followed by a question-and-answer session with the audience.
A poster presentation from the 2015 Undergraduate Research Symposium
May 17

Undergraduates put their best work forward at research symposium

The symposium, which puts a spotlight on the work of undergraduates, has tripled in size since 2011
View of Coos Bay near the Pacific Ocean
May 17

Coos Bay, for now, is dodging the danger of low-oxygen water

The region's physical makeup and dredged channel keep the bay flushed, but that might change as the climate warms, say UO researchers.

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