This fifth cohort reflects Knight Campus’ strong support for Oregon residents and for women in STEM. Sixty percent of the 2023 cohort is female and fifty percent of students are graduates of Oregon high schools. Additionally, half of this year’s group represent people of color as well as people who identify as more than one racial or ethnic group.
BioE students organize science outreach event at local elementary school for May the 4th Day
Internationally recognized researcher Andrew Emili will discuss his work developing innovative technologies to map cellular protein interaction networks on a global-scale
Ethan Dinh was one of two UO students to be named as scholars
Bioengineering student Kaylee Meyers gets prestigious Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) award from the National Science Foundation
"As we continue to expand, so too does our impact," says Robert Guldberg, Vice President and Robert and Leona DeArmond Executive Director, in the latest Knight Campus Executive Director Update.
The Knight Campus has joined Instagram! Please be sure to check out our posts as we launch this new social media platform. You can find our account by searching for @uoknightcampus on Instagram.
The free community science talk is open to the public and supports the goal of engaging the public in the excitement and creativity of scientific research.
The talk detailed the Plesa Lab's tools and methods to explore protein function at large scales
Danielle Benoit, an expert in therapeutic biomaterials, is the inaugural Lorry Lokey Chair of the Department of Bioengineering as the department embarks upon its next phase of growth. Learn more about Danielle, who is the keynote speaker at Science Knight Out on April 11.