Robert D. Clark Honors College

Two installations of ecopoetry by Adeline Fecker
October 7

Exploring Mysteries, Creating Art as a Poet and Scientist

Student's art installations blend lessons learned from biology, ecopoetry
Carol Stabile
September 30

Carol Stabile to serve as Clark Honors College interim dean

She will replace former dean Gabe Paquette until a search can be conducted
Gabe Paquette has been named vice provost for academic affairs
August 13

Gabe Paquette named vice provost for academic affairs

He will oversee tenure, promotion, faculty performance review and sabbaticals
Rennie Kendrick at track meet
July 3

Duck hits finish line with a Fulbright for neuroscience study

Biology honors student Rennie Kendrick is one of Phi Beta Kappa’s Oregon Six
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
Temerity Bauer
May 4

Clark Honors College student is awarded a Udall Fellowship

Temerity Bauer, also a Stamps Scholar, wants to pursue biomedical research
Graboyes’ daughters use a pulley system to share toys and notes with the girls next door
April 24

At the heart of Italy's pandemic, a UO family waits and watches

Melissa Graboyes has viewed the unfolding emergency from the small town of Belluno
Graboyes’ daughters use a pulley system to share toys and notes with the girls next door
April 16

On a Balcony in Belluno, Overlooking a Pandemic

A UO expert in medical history, quarantined in Italy, observes the devastation of a virus
Pioneer Mother
March 19

The UO's women scholars are taking the lead in academia

UO female faculty provide leadership and inspiration through a variety of organizations
Rennie Kendrick
March 2

Duck flies to Capitol Hill as one of top undergrad researchers in U.S.

Rennie Kendrick will present her work on memory and neuroscience to members of Congress

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