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Natural Sciences

Geraldine Richmond Elected to National Academy of Sciences

A womanShe becomes only the eighth woman among 200 members of the National Academy chemistry division.

Fenton Hall Transformed

A staircase, floor design and new officesFenton Hall looks nothing like its former self (on the inside at least).

Cadaver Lab Moves Into Old Chemistry Space

A young man in a laboratoryAnd chemistry moves into a sparkling, spacious new lab.

Study Abroad, In Your Own Backyard

Students on a rock formation outdoorsCan studying “abroad” can be just as enriching in your state’s backyard as it is when traveling to other countries?

Science Award Winners

Red signals travel to blue neuronsMore than 25 UO scientists received prestigious national and international honors for their work over the past year.

Online Extras

Eyes on the Prize

A man in a laboratory

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

Mathematical Marvels

A colored circle that makes up part of the floor design

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

His McKenzie

A man holding a caught fish outdoors

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

An Independent Board?

The outside of a building

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

A woman with a shovel in a deep hole

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