Graduate Studies

CAHOOTS response van
May 24

UO grad student's CAHOOTS study is one of 12 funded by NSF

Graduate researchers across campus earned the prized grants to advance their work
The climbing wall at the Student Recreation Center
May 20

A physicist's love of climbing leads to a new kind of class

Graham Kribs teaches students the science behind the gear and technique for climbers
Layered marine sediments in Taiwan
May 6

Scientists are amazed at how fast Taiwan's crust is moving

Mountains on the island rose much faster than previously thought, UO research shows
Cambridge University
May 2

UO graduate is second-ever to be a Gates-Cambridge Scholar

Alex Mentzel, a 2020 graduate, is pursing advanced studies in Great Britain
Scanning electron microscope at UO
April 27

See how quantum 'weirdness' is improving electron microscopes

New techniques can give up-close views without damaging samples, UO research shows
Neurons stained magenta and green
April 13

A 'social' gene in fish could contain new clues to autism

Fish with a mutation in the gene aren’t as interested in other fish, new research shows
Teaching workshop
April 11

Oregon Humanities Center names 2022-23 faculty fellows

The fellowship program supports humanities research and development of new courses
Gallery of faces used in study
February 17

Study: Grouping things into categories can bias perceptions

Research finds the brain focuses in on similarities between members of the same group
Researcher collecting a sample from a laptop
February 16

Ventilation, humidity are key to limiting virus spread, study says

Researchers used a controlled environment to see what strategies worked best
Students in a lab
February 11

At the UO, women in STEM are making science better for all

Feb. 11 was the United Nations’ International Day of Women and Girls in Science