From the Vice President

RESCHEDULED: State of Research presentation by David Conover

State of Research presentation by David Conover
 
After being postponed due to a death in the family, David Conover’s presentation on the “The State of UO Research: Celebrating Achievement and Prospects for the Future” has been re-scheduled for Tuesday, Jan. 9, 2018, at 3 p.m. in the EMU Crater Lake North and South rooms. Stay tuned to Around the O for more details.
 
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OVPRI addresses government shutdown

UPDATE: President Trump signed a bill on Jan. 22 to extend government funding, bringing a partial government shutdown to an end. 

 

 

On the eve of federal government shutdown, Senior Associate Vice President for Research and Innovation Cass Moseley sent the following message to Principal Investigators and Designated Grant Administrators.

 

January 19, 2018

Dear PIs and DGAs:

Letter from the Vice President: Fall 2017

Dear Members of the UO Research Community,

There are multiple signs hinting that the UO is on the threshold of a dramatic increase in research productivity, excellence and impact. This gathering wave is not confined to just one school or college or campus. It’s occurring across the entire university. That was to have been the theme of my Oct. 31 campus presentation on “The State of UO Research,” but the passing of a family member forced me to postpone my talk.

Leve appointed associate vice president for research

Dear Colleagues,

I am pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Leslie Leve to the position of associate vice president for research in the Office of the Vice President for Research and Innovation. Dr. Leve leads federal research grants that focus on developmental pathways and intervention outcomes for children and families. She is a nationally-renowned researcher in Prevention Science and brings significant experience in research administration to our team.

2017 Interdisciplinary Award in the Humanities and Social Sciences

Three teams of University of Oregon researchers have received the 2017 Interdisciplinary Award in the Humanities and Social Sciences. Generously supported by the University of Oregon Foundation, these vital awards provide $25,000 in seed funding to conduct preparatory work on projects, paving the way for additional external funding.

The program prioritizes projects that investigate the interrelationships between human activity and the environment. The recipients of  2017 awards are:

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