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  • The provost announced today that Scott L. Pratt, professor of philosophy, will become the new dean of the UO Graduate School beginning in Spring term. As Acting Provost Frances Bronet communicated at the beginning of the search process, the position was proposed as an independent deanship reporting to the senior vice president and provost.    Pratt will be responsible for shaping, energizing and fostering excellence, innovation and inclusivity in graduate education at the UO.  The dean serves...
  • poster session underway
    Eighteen University of Oregon graduate students were awarded cash prizes Friday for their panel and poster presentations at the 6th annual Graduate Student Research Forum, held on Friday, February 20, 2015 in the Ford Alumni Center. More than 150 students participated in this year’s forum, which was organized around four themes that highlighted the impact of graduate student work: Science and the Social Good; Academy, Race and (In)Equality: Bridging Research and Practice; Human Rights,...
  • The deadline to apply for many Graduate School Fellowships and Awards is this Friday, February 20th. Apply now! Last year's Gary E. Smith Summer Professional Development Award winner, philosophy graduate student Dana Rognlie, will be presenting her research at this Friday's Grad Forum, offered at the Ford Alumni Center from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. She used the award to continue her research - a critical feminist philosophical reflection on the virtue of ‘courage’ that seeks to locate conceptual...
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