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Silenced: Women and the Broadcast Blacklist

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Professor Carol Stabile’s research looks at some of the female artists whose careers were all but obliterated after their names appeared in the notorious book, Red Channels.
Right: Actress and musician Hazel Scott had her own television variety show before the Hollywood blacklist forced her off the air.

What They Did on Their Summer Vacation

A Mallard duckSix years ago, two UO economists launched a summer camp for low-income teens to help them get on track for college. Now seven of those summer students are attending the UO.

Google This: The Story of Science

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Brendan Bohannan’s training in science communication has profoundly changed the way he teaches, conducts fieldwork and tells stories about his research into biodiversity.

Dean's Page

A man in suit and tieBeyond bragging rights, faculty awards are part of the mix that helps us attract the most talented students and support the prosperity of our state.

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Natural Sciences

A womanGeri Richmond honored, new cadaver and chemistry labs and more...

Social Sciences

A buffaloCapturing the McKenzie, the new Atlas of Yellowstone and more...


Man wearing crown and king's clothes in theater hallThe serious business of comics, the value of kindess and more...

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Eyes on the Prize

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As Cris Niell can tell you, there’s more to recognizing a face than meets the eye. A lot more.

Mathematical Marvels

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The remodel of Fenton Hall incorporates design elements that illustrate the beauty of math.

His McKenzie

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Rick Gurule is one of several students who've documented the fragility of the McKenzie watershed.

An Independent Board?

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Keep apprised of the progress toward establishing an independent board for the UO.

Football Wins = Decline in Male Grades

AA football study by UO economists, released just before the Rose Bowl, has been picked up by the media far and wide.

Digging It

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Doctoral candidates Daniele McKay and Leslie McLees dig deep for answers to their research questions.