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    Congratulations to Brian Guy (PhD candidate in Political Science), who will travel to Senegal, and Adhiraj Vable (MS ’12 in Environmental Studies), who will be going to India. As participants in the Fulbright program--the U.S. Department of State’s flagship international exchange program--these University of Oregon graduate students will study, conduct research, and promote mutual understanding between the people of the United States and the people of their host countries. They will also be...
  • Feeling your creativity stifled by an onslaught of coursework, writing,  and teaching--not to mention your friendships and relationships? Here is an opportunity to utilize your creative impulses and contribute in innovative ways to your community. The graduate student theatre troupe "Rehearsals for Life" is looking for a few more graduate students to join for 2012-2013. "Rehearsals for Life" is a project of the UO Graduate School, the Center on Diversity and Community (CoDaC), and the Office of...
  • “I like blending research and design to tell stories about the world, mostly through the medium of maps,” says Derek Watkins, a second-year master’s candidate in geography. “You present something clearly, and people latch onto it because it’s simple, but interesting.” Lately, more and more people have been “latching on” as Watkins’ newest map has gone viral among geographic blogs—and even some big venues of the mainstream media. Click here to read the full text of the interview.    
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