College of Arts and Sciences

Illustration shows low-level light emitted from a photon after being excited by laser light
April 11

UO team makes artificial atoms that work at room temp

Patterned on a microchip, the atoms could aid advancements in new quantum-based technology
View of northern Rock Islands of Palau
April 10

UO archaeologist draws thanks from Palauan president

Scott Fitzpatrick is thanked for more than two decades of research on the Pacific islands’ republic
Image shows a scene from a 2016 Sexual Assault Awareness Month demonstration on the UO campus
April 9

Study finds nonhetero women face more institutional betrayal

Findings suggest the need for more institutions to fine-tune responses to claims of sexual violence
CAS banner at commencement
April 9

CAS task force conducts third survey of UO community

The group analyzing the structure of the College of Arts and Sciences is looking for more input
Dean Christoph Lindner and students from the HOPES conference
April 9

OQ and College of Design are 'Designing the Future’ in new issue

From landscape architecture to biology and the built environment, the college sparking innovation
Lab table
April 8

The 2019 Faculty Research Awards go to 24 UO scholars

Only 20 awards are usually given, but the number was raised due to the quality of submissions
Illustration of masked performers at a medieval festival
April 5

Pub talk to peer into the everyday life of medieval England

English and folklore professor Martha Bayless will show that the Middle Ages could be fun
Lowering the instrument into place
April 4

Cutting-edge device gives the UO a leg up in technology race

A collaboration with Thermo Fisher Scientific could bring more high-tech tools to campus
Linguists are using new software to peruse archival documents for indigenous words. Photo courtesy of National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
April 3

Linguists and Native Americans Team Up on Indigenous Languages

Linguists and Native peoples are revitalizing languages and restoring culture
During her first year in forensic anthropology, Lee worked on more than 300 sets of bones.
April 3

Forensic Anthropologist Learns from "the Sound of Bones"

Finding humanity through skeletons and helping the living by listening to the dead