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Eugenia Lollini wins VPRI Undergraduate Fellowship

Congratulations to Anthropology major Eugenia Lollini for winning a Vice President for Research and Innovation (VPRI) Undergraduate Fellowship! Eugenia will use her $5,000 award to conduct summer research for her Cultural Anthropology honor’s thesis: “Before the Spectacle: Shaping Gender and ...

Hailay Reda awarded the John & Jay Haines African Student Scholarship

Congratulations to Hailay Reda who was recently awarded the John & Jay Haines African Student Scholarship for 2016-17. The award is an endowed scholarship from UO Office of International Affairs.

Esma Redzepova & Folk Masters

Friday, April 29 at 7:30pm Beall Concert Hall 961 East 18th Avenue, Eugene, OR Tickets are available at the door or in advance from the UO Ticket Office, 541-346-4363. The concert of the UO World Music Series (a program of the UO School of Music and Dance) is made possible by the UO Department of ...

Congratulations to Theresa Gildner’s awarded funding by the Wenner-Gren Foundation

Congratulations to Theresa Gildner who was recently awarded funding by the Wenner-Gren Foundation for her dissertation research project, “Life History Tradeoffs between Testosterone and Immune Function: Testing the Immunocompetence Handicap Hypothesis.” Larry Sugiyama is co-advisor of ...

Mauricio Magana has accepted a tenure track position with the Department of Mexican-American Studies at the University of Arizona

Mauricio Magana has formally accepted a tenure track job in the Department of Mexican-American Studies at the University of Arizona, Tucson. Mauricio also received job offers from Marquette University and Fordham University, but decided recently on the University of Arizona. Congratulations on ...

Habeom Kim is awarded NSF East Asia & Pacific Summer Institutes

The NSF East Asia and Pacific Summer Institutes awarded Habeom Kim for his research entitled “Understanding the process and impact of long-term human migration from a spatial landscape modeling perspective: a case study of a prehistoric Bronze Age culture in Korea.” ‘ Habeom will ...
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Tobin Hansen is awarded the Mellon International Dissertation Research Fellowship

CONGRATULATIONS TOBIN!! Tobin is one of 80 awardees, selected from a total of 1,000 submitted applications from graduate students at 116 universities. This year’s awardees represent thirty-five universities and twelve disciplines: anthropology, area and cultural studies, art history and ...

Dr. Lamia Karim to deliver keynote lecture at upcoming conference at Santa Clara University.

Associate Professor of Anthropology Lamia Karim has been invited to present the Keynote Lecture at the 43rd Annual Western Sociology and Anthropology Departments Undergraduate Research Conference at the University of Santa Clara on April 23, 2016.

Grad Fair – April 3-7, 2016

Order your graduation essentials starting March 28 at The Duck Store. Don’t miss The Duck Store’s Grad Fair on April 3-7 at the 13th Avenue & Kincaid Street location. Pick up your online order or shop for everything you need, and meet with vendors for regalia, class rings, announcements and ...

John Swogger presents “Zap! Pow! Dig! Comics, Communication, and Pacific Archaeology”

John Swogger, Archaeological Illustrator and Comic Book Writer from Wales, will be presenting his research tomorrow at 4 PM in the Knight Library Browsing room. His presentation is entitled: “Zap! Pow! Dig! Comics, Communication, and Pacific Archaeology” ...
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