Robert D. Clark Honors College

Composite image of three undergraduate researchers
May 14

Symposium provides a stage for some extraordinary students

UO undergraduate researchers remain down-to-earth while conducting monumental research
Morse Scholars at the state capitol
May 13

Applications are open for the 2019-20 Morse Scholars program

The deadline is May 29 for those willing to make a two-year commitment to the program
Oregon Capitol
April 9

Prison program would get a boost from pending legislation

A senate bill would provide $350,000 to support the program and fund an expansion
Lab table
April 8

The 2019 Faculty Research Awards go to 24 UO scholars

Only 20 awards are usually given, but the number was raised due to the quality of submissions
Students at the 2017 Undergraduate Research Symposium
March 15

Applications due April 3 for 2019 Undergraduate Research Symposium

Faculty and staff members should encourage students to apply
10 Women changing the world image
March 13

Meet 10 women at the UO who are helping change the world

To mark Women's History Month, see how these women faculty members are making a difference
A view of Chapman Hall, home of the Clark Honors College.
March 11

Faculty members can apply to teach in Clark Honors College

The program is open to professors and career instructors across all colleges and fields
Kim Stafford
February 22

Poet laureate Kim Stafford to hold campus reading Feb. 26

He will visit with students in the Clark Honors College and hold a public reading at the library
Gabe Paquette, in front of bookshelves. Photo by Jessica Douglas, Class of ’19
January 11

Profile: Gabe Paquette, Clark Honors College Dean

The new dean of the Clark Honors College taught at Harvard University and the University of Cambridge
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

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