UO faculty making an environmental impact on campus, in our community, and in the world.
External resources can be found by using the UO's subscription to the Pivot database. For support with developing transdisciplinary research proposals and connecting with other researchers on campus, please contact the Environment Initiative. For assistance with, or to set up a personalized search in the Pivot database, please contact Research Development Services.
Interdisciplinary Centers, Institutes, and Programs
Awards & Recognitions
Our students, staff, and faculty develop concrete strategies, creative practices, and analytical availabilities to combat our environmental issues. Their research has been awarded on campus and away, and displays the UO’s commitment to approaching environmentalism from many lenses.
Twelve current, former, and future Ducks have received 2018 graduate research fellowships from the National Science Foundation.
A $4.52 million grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation will support a research platform for racial and climate justice. It is the largest humanities award in UO history.
Mark Carey’s 20 years of research in a region of South America strongly affected by glaciers have elevated him into international mountaineering fame.