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Oregon Outlook features Study Abroad alum Sarah Rosencrans

July 31, 2013

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A visit to the Lillis Business Complex cinched first-generation college student Sarah Rosencrans’ decision to attend the UO—that, and the offer of a Pioneer Award Presidential Scholarship that would allow her to graduate debt-free.

UO celebrates graduates, more than 200 international students

June 26, 2013

The Office of International Affairs (OIA), its International Student & Scholar Services (ISSS) and Study Abroad Programs (SA) congratulate all 5,000 graduates, especially the more than 200 international students and OIA student workers who received their degrees during the 2013 Spring Commencement Ceremony.

Watch an on-demand version of UO Commencement ceremony.

UO captures highest number of national achievers

June 24, 2013

Out of 502 graduating high school academic achievers, the University of Oregon has attracted the ghighest numbers nationwide for a toal of 58.

These students were designated as valedictorians or top academic achievers by their respective high schools.

Read the complete article in the Oregonian.

UO genocide prevention initiative announces project grant recipients

June 21, 2013

EUGENE, Ore. -- (June 17, 2013) -- A cross-campus initiative that seeks to motivate greater responsiveness to the prevention of genocide and mass atrocities has announced the recipients of its inaugural project grants.

UO's Wooten joins voices on Mali coup, post on Cultural Anthropology

June 10, 2013

The following is an excerpt of Folo Folo Kuma or A Prefatory Word by UO Professor Stephen Wooten.

Oregon Law Student Witnesses Historic Elections in Pakistan

June 10, 2013

This story was first published in the UO School of Law website.

UO journalism student abroad featured in Vienna Review

June 6, 2013

UO journalism student Sam Polloway co-authored a lead story for the Vienna Review, while participating in the AHA Journalism in Vienna program, spring term.

The article entitled Sick of Austerirty: The Crisis in EU Health Care describes the outcomes of many austerity measures and civil unrest in southern Europe.

The complete article is available online at the Vienna Review.

UO ranks again as a high producer of Gilman Scholars

June 4, 2013

The Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship program announced the fall 2013 and Academic Year scholarships recipients. Once more, the University of Oregon ranks among the highest producers of Gilman Scholars with nine recipients for fall 2013, tying for 8th in the country.

The UO tied with University of Wisconsin Madison, University of Minnesota Twin Cities, Central Washington University and California State University Monterey Bay, yet outperformed institutions such as Oregon State University, University California Los Angeles, and San Diego State University.

UO Receives Grand Challenges Explorations Grant For Research in Global Health and Development

May 22, 2013

Note: This story was originially published in Oregon Research on May, 21, 2013

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