Robert D. Clark Honors College

John Postlethwait in Antarctica
May 20

Six UO faculty members to receive Research Excellence Awards

The 2016 Outstanding Achievement Awards ceremony will celebrate distinguished teaching, research excellence and exceptional mentorship
Mock trial teams huddle up before a December competition
May 20

Clark Honors College mock trial team featured in Register-Guard

Story previews a public event being held Saturday and details the team's history and new national recognition
Image of 'Disgruntled' book cover
May 17

Author Asali Solomon to host reading from her novel

The author of "Disgruntled" will read from the book, followed by a question-and-answer session with the audience.
An old chart showing the history of the U.S.
May 9

Old charts get modern update through new NEH grant

Time Online will bring charts by early scientists like Joseph Priestly and others back to life on the web
UO Mock Trials team
April 27

Mock trial team impresses at national championships

Mock trial began at the UO in 2010 and fielded a team for their first formal competition in 2012.
Melting sea ice in Alaska (Photo: Meghan Sigvanna Topkok)
April 22

Speakers to discuss climate change and native peoples

The April 25 talk is this year’s Climate Change and Indigenous Peoples Lecture.
Marketing professor Aparna Sundar
April 12

20 UO researchers earn Faculty Research Awards

The awards stimulate promising research and scholarly activity by scholarship and creative projects across the university.
3+3 program logo
April 11

New program speeds path to law and bachelor's degrees

The plan will allow honors students to earn both degrees in six years instead of the usual seven.
Robert Clark Honors College exterior view
April 7

Academic Ducks: Robert D. Clark Honors College

The Robert D. Clark Honors College emphasizes scholarship and research in a tight-knit, dynamic community of students and faculty.
Students at Foreign Language and International Studies Day at the UO
March 28

Alumni to discuss benefits of language learning

At the UO, students have access to academic courses for 23 languages — 16 modern and classical languages and additional instruction for six others.