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UO doctoral student Dustin Carroll
October 11

UO study on Greenland's glaciers covered in Washington Post

Doctoral student Dustin Carroll finds that melting water from atop Greenland is taking an unexpected route into the ocean
Héctor Tobar
October 10

White students' lives looking more like immigrants, prof writes

Journalism professor Héctor Tobar see a convergence in stories about white America and immigrants
UO history professor Vera Keller
October 6

UO professor writes about the gifts of knowledge

Prizes like the Nobels have a long history, says Honors College professor Vera Keller
UO alumnus Seth McBride in his wheelchair
September 23

Student designs for Paralympians featured in magazine

Students in the UO's product design program created gear for rugby althetes
Daniel Tichenor
September 19

UO professor discusses immigration on new radio program

Political scientist Dan Tichenor kicked off the new Jefferson Public Radio show
A painting done by a student athlete in the Art of the Athlete class.
September 16

JSMA's Art of the Athlete class featured on CBS Sports

The class provides an important expressive outlet for student athletes
Nicole Dahmen
September 16

Facebook news feeds may be changing history, prof writes

Journalism professor Nicole Dahmen says the website's news feed may mask important issues
University of Oregon sign near campus entrance
August 23

UO sees budget challenges, but not a current shortfall

This year's budget is balanced, but rising employee costs will bring difficult issues
Matthew Halls conducting an orchestra and chorus at the the Oregon Bach Festival.
August 19

Oregon Bach Festival attracts 20,000 people in 2016

The annual celebration of Bach’s work continues to garner international recognition, year after year.
Sanjay Srivastava
August 15

A funny thing happened on the way to the psych study

Seeing a need for a humorous timeout in the serious subject of psychology studies, UO professor Sanjay Srivastava cam