College of Arts and Sciences

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
George Wickes and Peter DeFazio
March 22

UO professor emeritus receives Congressional Gold Medal

George Wickes, a longtime English faculty member, was an intelligence agent for the OSS
Religious studies professor Stephen Shoemaker
March 20

Religious studies professor awarded three-year fellowship

Stephen Shoemaker’s recent research includes the early devotion to Mary and the rise of Islam
Karen Thompson Walker
March 20

Author and professor discusses her latest book on UO Today

Karen Thompson Walker is a bestselling author whose latest novel is 'The Dreamers'
Ben Saunders and Spider-Man
March 20

UO prof helps put the marvel in a Marvel Comics exhibit

Ben Saunders, an English professor, started the first-ever comic studies program at the UO
Winsome Lee examining a skeleton
March 19

From philosophy to forensics, a Duck finds humanity in bone

Winsome Lee, a 2012 philosophy grad, travels the world helping identify victims of war and disaster
Lab table
March 18

Nominations open for the 2019 Outstanding Research Awards

The categories include career, innovation and outstanding accomplishment awards
Journal club meeting
March 18

Journal club offers opportunity to improve teaching practices

Faculty and students come together to discuss the 'how' of teaching, not just the 'what'