Graduate School

Illustration of a protein
August 5

UO biochemist awarded $2.88 million to study the cytoskeleton

Brad Nolen and his lab will study proteins that guide cell shape and function
Gavel and law books
July 14

Government walks back rule change on international students

The reversal came just days after the UO and 19 other schools sued to block the rule
Gavel and law books
July 13

UO, 19 others file suit to block ICE international student rules

The suit challenges a change barring entry of those who take only online courses in fall
Counselor and patient
July 13

Applications now open for new online master’s in psychology

Designed for working professionals, the new degree offering is exclusively virtual
Colobus monkeys
May 26

Sacred monkeys in Ghana aid research on the gut microbiome

A sacred monkey in Ghana helps a UO grad student understand the gut microbiome
Magnified view of a copepod
May 19

A tiny crustacean’s speedy propeller is caught on video

UO marine biologists see how copepods use bursts of speed to escape predators
Seafloor cables
May 14

Research probes repercussions of seafloor activity on society

A natural environmental disaster could put society’s reliance on the internet at risk
Cellphone showing Slack chat
May 6

Senior graduate students step up to help their peers

They have taken steps to provide virtual mentorship to first-year grad students
Photos of six students
April 27

Eight UO students receive prestigious NSF graduate fellowship

The awards provide three years of financial support, tuition waivers and travel funds
Glass blowing
March 23

UO physics study sheds light on a glassy conundrum

A new UO study provides an important clue to one of physics’ great unsolved mysteries

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