College of Arts and Sciences

Michael Wehr
April 23

UO neuroscientist glimpses how the brain transforms sound

Study captures how two brain systems in mammals cooperate to capture sounds and process information.
Paul Slovic
April 22

UO’s Slovic elected into American Academy of Arts and Sciences

The UO psychology professor, noted for his research on how people perceive and act on risky issues, joins an elite membership of the world's top leaders. 
Daniel Tichenor
April 21

UO's Tichenor is one of 32 inaugural Andrew Carnegie fellows

Award will allow the UO political scientist to spend a year focusing on his research on undocumented immigrants living in the U.S.
Museum of Natural and Cultural History
April 21

Museum of Natural and Cultural History named to Top 50 list

The website College Rank put the MNCH at No. 38 on a list of 'most amazing' college museums.
Elliot Berkman
April 20

Study finds social interaction before economic transactions raises fairness

UO professors blended social and economic models to study how people cooperate better when negotiations begin.
Dev Sinha
April 16

Math professor Dev Sinha takes Common Core training statewide

Sinha, a UO mathematics professor, helps explain new K-12 standards at training events across the state.
April 15

2015 UO Research Excellence Award recipients announced

The awards highlight UO faculty members whose reseach stands out as examples of the university's exploration and innovation.
April 15

Outstanding classified and OA employees honored at reception

The award recipients of the UO’s 2015 Outstanding Classified Employee Recognition Award and the Outstanding Officer of Administration Recognition Award were
April 15

'Sila,' a play inspired by climate change, debuts at University Theatre

The play is the first to incorporate Inuit myth, Arctic Circle policy and climate change in a theatrical performance.
Illustration of April 5 Splash Event (ATLAS Experiment © 2015 CERN)
April 14

UO physicists to seek dark matter particles when collider resumes

With a doubling of energy for particle collisions, a window may open to reach into 'hypothetical new physics,' says David Strom. 

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