Robert D. Clark Honors College

Gabe Paquette
January 9

Honors College dean talks about his latest book on UO Today

Gabe Paquette discusses his coming book, the honors college and the value of liberal arts
Chapman Hall interior
November 26

Chapman Hall renovation garners historic preservation award

Restore Oregon gave the project its DeMuro Award in recognition for its interior restoration
A view of Chapman Hall, home of the Clark Honors College.
November 21

Clark Honors College accepting course proposals for 2019-20

Faculty members from across campus are welcome to submit a proposal by Dec. 19
Dinosaurs in forest
November 5

UO scientists uncover a rare Oregon dinosaur fossil

Dino bones are rarely found in Oregon, which was underwater for most of the dinosaur age
Photo by Chris Larsen and Nic Walcott, University Communications
October 3

Knowledge Quest: O'Day Fellowships and Undergrad Research

From the lab to the coast to the brain and even a virtual world, a new fellowship fuels exciting journeys in undergraduate research
The spiritual values of Tibetan Buddhists, along with their respect for animal life, closely align with conservation principles, making them an excellent resource for snow leopard conservation efforts.
October 3

Hannah Taub and Saving the Snow Leopard

Monks could aid in conservation of the revered cats and help save them from extinction
Illustrations by Becky Hoag
October 3

Undergrad Researcher Asks: Why Are TV Audiences Anti-Antiheroine?

Carrie Bradshaw vs. Tony Soprano—what's the big difference between the two?
Wong created Oregon Medical Brigades, a service program that sends UO students to Panama to set up medical clinics for needy communities, with his roommate after a spring break service trip to Honduras during his freshman year. Photo by Steve Smith
October 3

Epic Journey: Austin Wong and Health Care

Challenging path through undergraduate research ends with career in health care
Iceberg flow in the landscape in Greenland
September 20

Next Quack Chats talk to look at North Atlantic icebergs

Historian Mark Carey will dig into the cultural aspects involved with floating chunks of ice
Mark Carey chats with Wilfried Haeberli, a glaciologist at the University of Zurich
September 19

Clark Honors College historian earns fame as a mountaineer

Mark Carey’s blending of social science and humanities into studies of glaciers leads to an award

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