Graduate Studies

Gabriel Luna-Arvizu and Dan Grimes
July 22

Doctoral student is awarded a prominent HHMI fellowship

Third-year doctoral candidate Gabriel Luna-Arvizu was awarded a Gilliam Fellowship
Strand of DNA
July 2

UO researchers illuminate invisible DNA repair pathways

New genetic research shows perfect repair of DNA damage in sperm and egg cells
Teen asleep in front of laptop
June 18

Bedtime and electronics are a poor combo for teens, study finds

It says that using cellphones or laptops at night leads to less sleep and more screen time
Krista Chronister
June 7

Krista Chronister to lead new Division of Graduate Studies

The College of Education professor and leader will start as vice provost Aug. 17
Knight Law Center
May 25

UO, donor investments raise the bar in Business Law Program

The funds will support a strategic plan to expand experiential learning opportunities
Brendan Bohannan with child
May 18

Study looks at how the human microbiome varies with location

Work by a UO team shows home environment is a strong predictor of microbe similarity
Angkor Wat temple
May 12

UO archaeologist helps nail the population of ancient Angkor

Machine learning at the UO sifts out where people lived in the medieval Cambodian city
Illustration of saber-tooth cat guarding a kill
May 11

UO graduates identify a new species of saber-toothed giant

The fearsome predator lived in North America more than 5 million years ago
CSWS logo
April 5

Center for the Study of Women in Society announces grants

Recipients include students and faculty members from across the university
Test subject wearing brain sensor net
March 29

Undergrads explore the world of the mind with neuroscience major

The 'Science of the Mind' is a longstanding area of research and a popular new major