News and Achievements


— The Rhodes Scholarship finalist and UO athlete is featured in a new video from the College of Arts and Sciences
— The coming-of-age memoir of a queer Muslim immigrant, who struggles to establish her identity while honoring her religious beliefs, has been chosen as the Common Reading selection for the upcoming academic year.
— Almost 500 undergraduate students or recent graduates will present research projects at the University of Oregon’s Undergraduate Research Symposium.
— The number of students seeking support from the UO for their disabilities has risen sharply in recent years, and the Accessible Education Center is rising to meet the need.
— Charles Petrik, a UO junior double majoring in Global Studies and Geography, has been awarded the “Key into Public Service” scholarship.
— Schoonover, who will replace Kimberly Johnson, begins his new position on May 1. A national search will be held for the new permanent vice provost
— Abdirahim Mohamoud, a UO junior majoring in Political Science, has been chosen as a finalist for the highly competitive Harry S. Truman Scholarship.
— Oregon Quarterly profiles future Rhodes Scholar Nayantara Arora for its Mighty Women of Mighty Oregon issue
— Nayantara Arora, a senior majoring in neuroscience, Colleen Uzoekwe, a senior majoring in human physiology, and Lucy Roberts, a 2023 graduate, are among the finalists for the 2024 awards. All three are native Oregonians.
— KEZI highlights partnership around LCC's new Transfer Center, which offers students opportunities to meet with prospective transfer institutions to discuss admissions, academics, financial aid.

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