Fulbright scholar Caitlyn Clark didn't know studying renewable energy would lead to meeting the Queen of Spain.
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The $50 million gift is the largest the university has ever received. The university will name its college of veterinary medicine in recognition of the donor who made the historic gift.
Public research institution in the state. We chase the hard questions — climate change, public health, sustainable energy, poverty, social policy — for the benefit of all.
In 2017 research funding — setting a record for the third year in a row. That’s more than all other Oregon public universities combined. And students make real contributions to solving tough challenges.
Global economic footprint. Our diverse community has a positive impact that extends across Oregon and the world.
We’re OUT THERE — building a future that’s smarter, healthier and more just. We push the edges of what’s known because we have a responsibility, to our state and to the world.