News Archive

On June 16, the University of Oregon’s Environment Initiative will host a half-day webinar to provide updates on the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act and the Inflation Reduction Act.
The Board of Trustees of the University of Oregon and its committees will hold meetings June 5-6. Public meetings will be held in the Giustina Ballroom in the Ford Alumni Center (1720 E. 13th Avenue) on the University of Oregon’s Eugene campus.
Journalists are invited to a forum on reading literacy featuring experts from the University of Oregon College of Education. Each panelist will spend a few minutes talking about their research in reading literacy, recap what they are doing to address the reading crisis and discuss what families and teachers can do to be part of the solution. The remainder of the time will be a question-and-answer session with journalists and other stakeholders. 
On Thursday, May 25, nearly 450 UO students and recent graduates will present their projects at the Undergraduate Research Symposium. The annual event showcases students’ hard work and research across all academic fields – 67 majors across all the UO’s schools and colleges will be represented.
A team led by the University of Oregon has been awarded $1 million from the National Science Foundation to drive innovations in mass timber architecture, engineering, and construction in the Pacific Northwest.
The language that adolescent girls use in texts and on social media reflects day-to-day changes in their moods, new University of Oregon research shows.
Exposure to opioids in the womb affects the development of important neural circuits that regulate respiratory activity, new University of Oregon research shows.
Worms exposed to a cannabinoid became even more interested in the kind of food they already prefer, new University of Oregon research shows.
Adopted children’s genetic characteristics can influence the parenting they receive, according to new research.
The University of Oregon Board of Trustees voted unanimously today to name John Karl Scholz — a distinguished economist, professor, and current provost at University of Wisconsin-Madison — as the university’s 19th president.