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Wu Tsai Human Performance Alliance at Oregon researchers are connecting and collaborating with scientists and trainees around the world
Betsy Tanenbaum has been promoted to associate director of student success, inclusion, and alumni engagement at KCGIP. Her impact will be amplified by taking on a leadership role on the student success team that will include supervision.

Danielle Benoit, Lorry Lokey Chair of the Department of Bioengineering at the University of Oregon, has been elected to the 2023 class of fellows of the National Academy of Inventors (NAI). The honor recognizes her contributions to the field of biomedical engineering.

The Lundquist College of Business and the Phil and Penny Knight Campus for Accelerating Scientific Impact are celebrating a new $10 million gift to the University of Oregon in support of innovation and entrepreneurship as well as faculty excellence.
The Knight Campus Graduate Internship Program (KCGIP) awarded grant supporting a pathway for low-income students to enter the high-tech and manufacturing sectors and funding day-long 2023 Internfest event
A Knight Campus student research team earned a silver prize and were nominated for the Best Software Award, while competing at the iGEM 2023 Grand Jamboree in Paris
The Wu Tsai Human Performance Alliance at Oregon is featured in an Around the O story on the University of Oregon's partnership with nine other universities around the world to establish the Global Sport University Network.
A vivid, stunning visualization capturing the exquisite detail of affinity interactions critical for protein delivery is featured on the back cover of Advanced Healthcare Materials, highlighting the work done by Dr. Marian Hettiaratchi’s Lab.
Noelle Herceg is the second of four artists to be featured in the CFAR Project Incubator series spanning the 2023-24 academic year. The series is a partnership between the Knight Campus and the College of Design / Center for Art Research (CFAR). Herceg's series starts on Nov. 6 and will conclude on Dec. 4.
The fifth annual symposium will be one of the largest events ever hosted at Knight Campus. Members of our community should expect an increase in parking use and crowds moving through the main floors and skybridge throughout the day.