Bass is among four 2017 recipients, which also include former MFA in Writing faculty member David St. John.
Articles, webinars and personal support are available through the Employee Assistance Program.
Pharmacy Professor John Harrelson has earned significant grants to advance his research into tobacco cessation treatments. His work is not only uncovering new options for patients to improve their health, but also training future scientists along the way.
Dr. Goodrich begins his appointment on July 1.
Dr. Currie served as a surrogate for Obama for America during the 2007-2008 campaign cycle and again in 2012.
The new homepage provides a clean, modern design that simplifies the user experience, providing clear pathways and a modern visual representation of the university.
In the News: Professor Laura Edwards-Leeper Discusses Denmark's Pioneering Decision to Declassify Transgenderism as a Mental Health Disorder
Edwards-Leeper, an international expert on the psychological elements related to transgenderism, provided analysis of Denmark's decision to Scientific American.
The name change aligns the school with national trends in healthcare, and psychology's role in these developments.
Academic advisor Mike Shingle was the first in his family to attend college. Today, he helps other students navigate the college experience and find their own path to success.
Oregon Business magazine profiles the highly regarded political pundit in its January 2017 edition.