Robert D. Clark Honors College

Caitlin Scott
April 29

Thesis by Clark Honors College alumna wins Bartell Prize

Caitlin Scott presented her work at an international conference at the University of Notre Dame
Mark Carey on a recent trip to Greenland
April 27

Glacier Lab provides a launch pad for research, future careers

The Glacier Lab studies the societal impacts of glaciers, icebergs and snow worldwide
Multnomah Falls
April 21

At the UO Earth Day isn't once a year, it's a way of life

The breadth and scope of its environmental programs make the university a national leader
Empowering Through Education: UO's Prison Education Program
April 7

Empowering the Incarcerated through Education

UO Prison Education Program provides new opportunities for personal growth among students and incarcerated Oregonians
Alumna Namratha Somayajula shines in her work for the Human Rights Watch
April 7

Human Rights Watch Fits International Studies Graduate

Namratha Somayajula's lifelong interest in human rights leads to a career in advocacy
A group of Roseburg students circa 1959
April 7

Duck Tale: Eisenhower, Hoover, the Soviet Union and Grade Schoolers

New book from UO students highlights a connection between Russia and Oregon at the height of the Cold War
UO President Michael Schill during a Zoom class
April 2

UO President Schill is teaching an honors course spring term

The class explores issues facing higher education, including costs, politics and diversity
The moon Triton and planet Neptune
March 24

Prof is helping NASA plan next generation of planetary missions

Carol Paty of the Clark Honors College thinks a moon of Neptune is an intriguing target
A scene from 'The March'
March 5

UO GLAM Alliance highlights museum and library treasures

The Galleries, Libraries and Art Museums initiative promotes 'hidden collections'
A perfomer in the play 'Personal Game'
February 22

Orchestra Next writes a musical score using a 'telephone game'

Musicians write the piece by each adding their own part and passing it to the next