Robert D. Clark Honors College

Taylor Branch
April 13

Civil rights historian Taylor Branch giving Presidential Lecture

A leading author on the civil rights movement, Branch will talk about his work on the rise of Martin Luther King Jr.
February 16

UO hosts debate tourney named after former forensics director

Before the tournament, past debaters from around the country will gather for a forensics alumni dinner on Feb. 20.
January 26

UO students will travel to Oxford to study conflict resolution

Oxford human rights scholar Hugo Slim will address the students and campus community in a talk Tuesday, Jan. 27.
January 8

UO and Ohio State researchers work together on glaciers in Peru

When it comes to the NCAA's football championship game, however, the research team is a house divided.
November 26

Conference delves into effects of climate change on native people

The Climate Change and Indigenous Peoples Conference will be a showcase for innovative teaching and research by UO students and faculty
October 7

Stamps Scholar Allison Zhou

The freshman from Westview High School in Portland has been a proud Oregon Duck since the day she was born
September 22

Stamps Scholar Hao Tan

The freshman from Sherwood High School in Sherwood, Oregon, also won the University of Oregon’s National Merit Finalist award
August 18

UO biologist makes splash in National Geographic jellyfish query

UO biologist Kelly Sutherland was among the experts queried to find out why so many beaches seem to be overrun by jellyfish
August 11

Archivist Jennifer O'Neal receives national diversity award

O'Neal is a leader in the Oregon Tribal Archives Institute and previously held positions at the Smithsonian, Princeton and the State Department
July 3

In a Clark Honors College course, the bread dough did rise

"Bread 101" was offered spring quarter as an experimental colloquium and it was clear the course had not been a half-baked idea