Robert D. Clark Honors College

Sravya Tadepalli, winner of a Harry S. Truman Scholarship
May 1

UO’s newest Truman Scholar even surprised herself by winning

Clark Honors student Sravya Tadepalli nails her final interview to land a spot in the 2018 class of one of the nation's most prestigious scholarship programs
Mark Carey
April 24

Mentoring pays off for glacier lab's undergraduates

Professor Mark Carey’s glacier lab connects students on environmental justice research
Judith Eisen
April 23

UO biologist Judith Eisen elected into elite American academy

She was named a fellow of the AAAS, along with a former president and a Supreme Court justice
Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students 2017
April 10

Students present original research at biomedical conference

CHC students Nelson Perez and Lilly Carroll attended the Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students
April 4

The Art of Argument

Debate was one of the UO’s early strengths, and today it’s building on a history of participation and championships
Mock Trial Defense Team
April 3

Mock trial director founds scholarship to honor CHC senior

Forensics Director Trond Jacobsen has established a scholarship fund in honor of mock trial President Niharika Sachdeva
Sravya Tadepalli
March 28

Duck named as a finalist for the Harry S. Truman scholarship

Sravya Tadepalli is a Wayne Morse Scholar majoring in political science and journalism
Honors college class
March 20

Clark Honors College moves to new faculty-in-residence program

Any faculty member, regardless of track, is eligible to apply for on of the four- or eight-year positions
UROP logo
February 21

Two undergraduate grants support student's thesis research

The awards will help Meg Rodgers analyze the way some women are represented on television
Chapman Hall, home of the Clark Honors College
February 21

New approach to Clark Honors College shared with faculty

The changes are meant to make the college more competitive and boost the student experience

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