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Paul Slovic
April 22

UO’s Slovic elected into American Academy of Arts and Sciences

The UO psychology professor, noted for his research on how people perceive and act on risky issues, joins an elite membership of the world's top leaders. 
Brad Foley
April 22

Dean Brad Foley to give public talk April 29 as part of his five-year review

The dean of the School of Music and Dance will provide a retrospective of the past five years and a look ahead.
Professor Rashawn Ray
April 21

Guest professor to lead weekend conversations on sexual assault prevention

Rashawn Ray from the University of Maryland will be on campus Friday and Saturday to lead the talks.
Image of person using laptop and cellphone
April 21

Analog U: Disconnect to reconnect

Earth Day offers a chance turn off (the devices) and tune in (to the nondigital world). 
Museum of Natural and Cultural History
April 21

Museum of Natural and Cultural History named to Top 50 list

The website College Rank put the MNCH at No. 38 on a list of 'most amazing' college museums.
Katie Lynch
April 21

UO advisor joins state environmental literacy council

Katie Lynch, co-director of the Environmental Leadership Program at the University of Oregon, has been invited to join the Oregon Environmental Literacy Plan
April 20

Office of Sustainability announces inaugural Sustainability Awards Program

University of Oregon students, teachers and employees will be recognized for their achievements and efforts related to sustainability.
April 20

Biochem graduate student awarded AHA predoctoral fellowship

Rachael Cunningham, a student in the Vickie De Rose lab, will receive $50,000 over two years to help start her career.
April 20

45th Earth Week at the UO will be a busy one

Activities will range from speakers and documentaries to a day of service Saturday, April 25.
Elliot Berkman
April 20

Study finds social interaction before economic transactions raises fairness

UO professors blended social and economic models to study how people cooperate better when negotiations begin.

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