Graduate School

A poster session at last year's Graduate Student Research Forum.
February 22

Grad Forum provides a peek into the future of research

More than $5,000 in prizes will be awarded through poster and panel presentations and, for the first time, five-minute 'blitz talk' competitions.
Susan Campbell Hall
February 8

UO will put $4 million into boosting doctoral enrollment

In addition to funding at least 40 new doctoral students, the funding also will help the university boost diversity in the Graduate School.
UO doctoral student Ricardo Valencia
January 20

Story of child immigrants goes uncovered, grad student finds

Ricardo Valencia wants people to be more aware of how the American media has covered the surge of unaccompanied children entering the U.S. from Central America.
Blocks spelling out research on top of a stack of books
January 12

Nominations open for graduate Dissertation Research Fellowships

Dissertation fellowships are available in several UO schools and colleges for students seeking doctoral degrees in a variety of fields.
January 12

UO Graduate School offers 'The Write Time' for grad students

Students can drop in to the Graduate Student Center anytime between 8:30 and 11 a.m. on Wednesdays and Thursdays this term.
November 20

Events seek to bring compassion, understanding to global pain

A vigil and panel discussion will offer the campus community a chance to seek perspective and understanding in the wake of recent violence.
The White Stag block in Portland
November 19

Historic preservation program is moving to Portland

The program will relocate its master’s degree program from the Eugene campus to the UO in Portland beginning fall term 2016.
A view of the 2014 Grad Forum
November 16

Grad students: Roll out your best work for the Grad Forum

The one-day event highlights the outstanding research and creative expressions of UO graduate students in a range of disciplines.
An excerpt from Sousanis' 'Against the Flow,' which explores the idea of entropy
November 9

Comic studies scholar Nick Sousanis to hold public talk

His most recent textbook on constructing human knowledge through graphic storytelling — titled “Unflattening” — is a comic book itself.
Sara Hodges and Laura Jacek joining the Graduate School
June 29

Sara Hodges, Laura Jacek take leadership posts in Graduate School

Hodges will serve as associate dean and manage new projects; Jacek will be assistant dean and direct daily operations.

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