The University of Oregon is set to award 119 doctoral, 611 master’s, and 52 microcredential degrees this term. Congratulations to all those who have reached this momentous milestone. We are looking forward to celebrating your hard work at commencement ceremonies over the coming weeks.
May 17, 2024 - An wrap-up of the 2024 Graduate Research Forum and a list of winners from this year, invitations to Non-traditional Career Paths for Social Science and Humanities PhDs, NSF fellowship info sessions, student service opportunities, and more.
May 3, 2024 - An invitation to attend the Graduate Research Forum on May 10 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the Ford Alumni Center. Stop in as your schedule allows. All students and community members are welcome and encouraged to attend. We look forward to seeing you there!

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We join the UO Alumni Association in recognizing the work of a few extraordinary graduate alumni this month during PRIDE. Become inspired.
The Division of Graduate Studies hires a new Director of Admissions, Colin Johnston, who will bring global and domestic higher education experiences to support graduate students and programs.
Education graduate students, Sue Wilson, Casey Tiemann, and several graduate alumni are helping Professor Joanna Goode implement Computer Science for All in high schools across the country.
Graduate students Emily Wilke, Cayla Lussier, Janice Fong, Jo Hermida, and Madison Cook, along with Professor Ben Clarke, show that early teaching should focus on building a bridge to later math learning.

UO PhD candidate on motherhood, her maternal health studies, and pursuing her passion.

Emma Reed, graduate student in human physiology, co-leads new research with Professor Chris Minson, on the effect of cold plunging on heart health. Read more about their study published in the Journal of Thermal Biology.
David Bayne, UO grad alum, earned a PhD in communication disorders and sciences. He now teaches and supervises students who offer the only in-person gender-affirming voice care in Ithaca.
Rosa O'Connor Acevedo, Philosophy PhD Candidate, shares her remarkable findings on the representation and documentation of enslaved women in colonial records.
Postdoctoral researcher Angel G. Rivera-Colón's research reveals what Pacific acorn barnacles can teach us about how large populations evolve. Read his enlightening essay.
University of Oregon graduate programs in education and law specialty programs are among the top in the country, according to the latest U.S. News & World Report Best Grad Schools 2024.