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  • Matthew Pittman
    Matt Pittman will be traveling to Oxford, U.K. to the Oxford Internet Institute, an academic center at the University of Oxford, U.K., dedicated to examining the societal implications of the internet. Here he will engage with scholars from various fields to gain new perspectives on his research, which focuses on social media, binge-watching, ethics, and consumer well-being. In particular, Pittman will focus on how college students use  social media to connect with friends and acquaintances....
  • In a recent interview with the Department of Philosophy's Thinking Duck, Graduate School Dean Scott Pratt reflected on his transition from his role of professor to leader of the graduate school, and shared his visions for the school going forward. What differentiates administrative from academic work? For me, my work as an administrator is continuous with my work as a philosopher and a teacher.  As a teacher, my task is to provide students with what John Dewey called “educative experiences”—...
  • The University of Oregon Graduate School administers a range of fellowships and research awards annually, resulting in the support of 25 students for the upcoming 2016-17 academic year. These awards, most of which are donor supported, range from $500 to $18,000 per year and, in some cases, include tuition support. This year the Graduate School expanded the University of Oregon Dissertation Research Fellowships from one award last year to thirteen this year, including school and college-funded...
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