Robert D. Clark Honors College

The team's performance postions the UO for a strong finish as the debate season nears its end.
February 2

UO debate team sweeps first place in national tourney

Two Clark Honors College students top a 90-team field of debaters to win the recent Mile High Invitational held in Salt Lake City.
Barbara Mossberg, humanities professor in the Clark Honors College
December 7

UO professor to open international literary conference

Mossberg will address the 2015 Abroad Writers' Conference later this month in Dublin, Ireland, where she will read from her poetry.
UO economics major Kevin Frazier, a Rhodes scholarship finalist
November 13

UO econ major Kevin Frazier named Rhodes Scholar finalist

Frazier and other finalists from this region will have final interviews in Seattle Nov. 21, and two recipients will be named that evening.
November 12

A strong team: UO debaters take first place in two divisions

The UO hosts the David Frohnmayer Invitational for mock trial programs Saturday, Nov. 14, in Room 175 Knight Law Center.
October 30

Governor appoints Stamps Scholar to UO Board of Trustees

Once confirmed by the Oregon Legislature, freshman accounting major Will Paustian will serve through June 30, 2017.
Rachel Grant and Michael Enseki-Frank, UO honors students
October 29

UO honors students speak at international ethics meeting

The students were recently named Carnegie Ethics Fellows for the Future and are among 23 fellows representing eight countries.
October 13

Media call on Professor David Frank for commentary on the gun debate

Journalists sought out Frank in the wake of mass shootings to get his perspective on the president's evolving approach to the issue. 
Patrick Kirch
October 2

Museum talks dive into island and coastal archaeology

French Polynesia, underwater archaeology and Easter Island's past are the topics for the annual Fall Archaeology Lecture Series.
Kelly Sutherland of the Oregon Institute of Marine Biology
September 1

UO-led research suggests underwater vehicles with jellyfish propulsion

OIMB's Kelly Sutherland and colleagues detail how a colonial jelly uses multiple jets to move and turn rapidly, especially when seeking food.
Kelly Sutherland of the Oregon Institute of Marine Biology and Clark Honors College
September 1

Could tiny jellyfish propulsion drive design of new underwater craft?

University of Oregon oceanographer and colleagues detail how multiple jets guide jellies speedily through the water in search of prey.