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The discovery of one of North America’s oldest known artifacts. A new way of treating arsenic-contaminated water to make it safe to drink. A student concludes that people likely rolled the hats that rest atop Easter Island's famous structures. Big things happen here. And the media have noticed.

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The ceremony, presided over by UO interim President Scott Coltrane, will include student speakers. The commencement keynote speaker is Peter Hollens.

An observation by a UO graduate student leads to a collaboration with Bowdoin College to unravel sexual intrigue in some nematodes.

University of Oregon researchers continue to document how a meatpacking plant met the desire to fill low-wage, exploitive jobs.

Study documents the numbers and impacts of school changes by 86 foster children, but uncover potential game-changing routes to intervention.

Preparations have begun to implement a proven evidence-based therapy and study its effectiveness in reducing repeat child maltreatment issues.  

Computer modeling driven by data gleaned from Mount Lassen basalt opens window on water's role deep in the Earth and on the surface. —