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  • Food Studies
    What does the picture at the right have to do with graduate education at the University of Oregon? It represents Food Studies, one of four new graduate specializations that will officially become part of graduate curricula next year. The Provost has approved the graduate specializations starting in the 2013-14 academic year, continuing UO’s tradition of innovation in graduate education.  UO’s graduate programs strive to adapt and expand their curriculum in order to prepare students for the...
  • Linda Konnerth (Brian Davies/The Register-Guard)
    Last week the Graduate School hosted two events that showcased the innovative and passionate graduate student research taking place across campus. Three Minute Thesis On Wednesday, May 8, eleven finalists competed in our first ever Three Minute Thesis championship. The Three Minute Thesis challenges students to explain their research in layperson language in only three minutes and accompanied by only a single, static PowerPoint slide. Condensing months or years of research into a three minute...
  • UPDATE (5/6/2015): The UO Graduate School will host its first Three Minute Thesis championship even on Wednesday, May 8 in the EMU Fir Room at 4:00 p.m. Eleven finalists will have three minutes to explain their research in layperson language, accompanied by a single, static PowerPoint slide. No other props are permitted. Prize money will be awarded to judge- and audience-voted winners. Finalists are Jay Breslow (critical and sociocultural studies in education), “The Community Creativity...
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