College of Arts and Sciences

Mantis eating a bushbrown butterfly in India
January 21

Competing species can both survive, new UO study finds

Supercomputer simulations help clarify a long-running theory about coexistence and extinction
UO entrance sign
January 18

CAS task force convenes, seeks input from the community

The panel will hold two meetings this month to get an overview and determine next steps
Cast in rehearsal
January 18

Staging puts a contemporary twist on 1920s play 'Machinal'

The expressionist play at Hope Theater also features an entire cast of feminine-aligned actors
Neskowin Ghost Forest and Proposal Rock, remnants of the Cascadia earthquake in 1700
January 18

UO museum event will focus on Cascadia earthquake readiness

Event on Jan. 26 to feature a screening of OPB’s documentary ‘Unprepared’ and a panel discussion on its making and resilience efforts in the Oregon
Robot and human hands
January 17

Computer science prof to discuss the dangers and potential of AI

Daniel Lowd will talk about his research on artificial intelligence at the Jan. 23 Quack Chats pub talk
Stone foundation with statues on top on Easter Island
January 16

Study suggests fresh water was key to Easter Island’s monuments

UO doctoral student led effort to uncover why and where islanders built iconic stone monuments
Knight Library facade
January 14

UO hosts National Endowment for the Humanities workshop

The Feb. 12 event focuses on effective application writing and includes a mock panel review
Photo by Charlie Litchfield, University Communications
January 11

Tracking Conflict And The Wolf

Students travel the state to study management of the predator and how to bridge divides on any issue
Red sea urchins. Photo by Markus Thompson
January 11

OIMB's Galloway Takes Readers On Deep Dive

A marine biologist, a protype sub, and deep sea diving in a search for the red sea urchin
Meacham (red hat) and Kauffman (second from left), releasing a female mule deer onto her winter range near Big Piney in March 2013. Photo by Mark Gocke
January 11

InfoGraphics Atlas Captures Astounding Migrations

Biology alumnus and cartographer team up to chart the movements of Wyoming's mule deer