Police tape
December 14

Study finds largely Black cities are over- or under-policed

Analysis led by Benjamin Hansen focused on race-specific effects of police expansion
Historical photo of pediatric clinic in Italy
December 3

History of fascism, reproductive rights offers lessons for today

Languages prof Diana Garvin explores the connections between the two in WWII Italy
Books standing on end
November 30

Book club focused on disability justice seeks faculty members

The group explores how ableism, racism and other forms of oppression are intertwined
Emmanuel Akyeampong
November 23

International expert on African studies to speak to campus

Emmanuel Akyeampong will discuss ties among Africans and African Americans
Jeffrey A. Beaver
October 29

Law school alum gives back to help future generations

Jeffery Beaver created a scholarship fund for underrepresented, disadvantaged students
Knight Law Center
October 28

Oregon Law faculty focus on access to justice in scholarship

New research is essential to reimagining how legal and social structures provide justice
Racing to Change poster
October 27

Museum's exhibit on Eugene's civil rights history goes digital

Oregon Black Pioneers and the Black community were key partners on the collection
Stella-Marie Akindayomi
October 27

Empowering students through guidance and mentorship

Duck of the Week: Stella-Marie Akindayomi is an academic counselor and retention specialist
Susan Gary
October 22

Law professor’s anti-racism effort brings new initiative to Portland

A new grant supports an estate planning program for the African American community
Monitoring team members
October 21

New grant will expand COVID-19 testing in Latinx communities

A $4.9 million NIH award will allow the UO to reach underserved Oregon communities