A look into the UO Libraries special collections, a fascinating resource for both scholars and community members.
With the University of Oregon producing a steady supply of entrepreneurs and well-educated techies, the southern Willamette Valley boasts a vibrant—if largely unseen—innovation network.
How the UO helps veterans transition from military service to higher education
Psychology professor Marjorie Taylor explores paracosms—the detailed worlds that some kids imagine—and documents the benefits of creative play.
“M” Jackson, a Fulbright-winning geographer, broadened the understanding of climate change and glaciers by immersing herself in the culture of those who are directly affected by it.
In June, John Frohnmayer, JD ’72, gave this speech to graduates of the political science department, but we think his words have resonance for the rest of us, too.
UO’s TeachOut program helps educators talk about issues related to gender and sexuality.
A new location-based website can help Oregonians learn about the state’s architectural history.
Classics professor Kevin Dicus is working to unearth an ancient city buried by one of the most devastating eruptions in history.
Do we lose ourselves by immersing too deeply in a digital reality?
Do the plates move the mantle, or does the mantle move the plates? Findings from scientists at UO and UW may provide the answers.