A University of Oregon professor authored a book and films to increase inclusivity for children who might otherwise not see themselves represented by their culture’s traditions.
In 2023, the Translational Opportunity Fund and Launch Oregon were major high notes in the UO’s innovation ecosystem.
Numerous early-career faculty received notable awards and multiple research centers were established.
Training future scientists and engaging with communities to increase earthquake resiliency are key features of the center.
The Blavatnik National Awards for Young Scientists aim to identify and encourage promising young scientists early in their careers with recognition and funding.
Five interdisciplinary teams have been awarded seed funding through the joint support of the Office of the Vice President for Research and Innovation and the Environment Initiative to pursue interdisciplinary research projects.
Presidential Undergraduate Research Scholars alumni earn placement at top graduate programs and are selected for competitive fellowships.
The UO Foundation Trustee Excellence Fund provides seed funding to faculty from any discipline.
Seven faculty and one staff member are recognized for their contributions to the University of Oregon research enterprise.
Founded in 2021, the Women’s Innovation Network is a nine-month program that helps UO faculty, graduate students, and entrepreneurs navigate the technology transfer process.
Examining ideophonic imagery in Werikyana creation story as a part of a 30-year language revitalization partnership.
The UO will lead a regional innovation engine strategic planning process to develop the mass timber industry from supply chain to sustainable, affordable housing.