Robert D. Clark Honors College

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
Mountain beaver
January 8

Researcher helps fill in the family tree of the shy mountain beaver

Samantha Hopkins says the PNW species survived via rapid evolutionary adaptation
Chapman Hall
December 16

Clark Honors College: A close-knit community of scholars

A place where students find limitless opportunities, realize their potential, uncover a purpose
The late Iranian poet Forugh Farrokhzad
November 25

Honors college student searches for the 'her' in feminist poetry

Recent grad Elmira Louie spent two years writing new translations of a prominent Iranian poet
Anthropology student Violet Fox
October 29

A UO student helps the homeless using anthropology

A UO student volunteered at the Eugene Mission for eight months to learn about homeless women
Finding Poetry for "Her"
October 2

Finding "Her" in Feminist Poetry

Translating the works of Forugh Farrokhzad and other female poets leads to a unique career path

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