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Featured FIGs: Human Hierarchies, It's a Smaller World After All, and Justice, Beauty, and Nature

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Featured FIGs: Hidden History, Hip Hop and the Politics of Race, and Human Genome

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Featured FIGs: Face to Face, First and Forced, and Guess Who's Coming to Dinner

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Featured FIGs: European Grand Tour, Explicit Content, and Exploring Africa

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Featured FIGs: Digging Up History, Digital Humanitarians, Education Revolution

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Featured FIGs: Chemistry of Sustainability, Cultural Encounters, and Development Safari

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Featured FIGs: Carnegie Global Oregon, Chemistry in Nature, and Chemistry of Climate Change!

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Featured FIGs: Animal Behavior, Bella Italia!, and Breaking the Wall

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2016 FIG Information is Live!

FIG Info is Live!

Today is the day! Information about all of the 2016 First-Year Interest Groups is now available!

FIG What?

Not sure what taking a FIG means? Check out what FIGs mean by reading about them here.

Daphne Gallagher, a UO Faculty, sits smiling at the camera while being interviewed about her research.

FIG Faculty Featured in Around the O Article

Digging Up History's faculty, Daphne Gallagher, was recently featured in an article on the Around the O blog! Her anthrolpological research with Shea trees explores the populations and cultures who care for and develop the trees. Gallagher's work examines agricultural methods and climate adaption, focusing on the narow belt between West and East Africa where the trees grow. Read more on her research in the article here!

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