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Student Resources

  • The Physics Drop-In Help Center
    As we navigate through the necessary precautions implemented in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we no longer have the option of staffing the Drop In Tutoring Center. Rest assured, we have come up with a creative solution to keep this valuable resource available, albeit in a more course specific fashion.  Instructors will be delivering course content through a means that will be accessible to students at any time. Our plan is to have GEs set up “office hour/Drop in” Zoom session during the normal class meeting times, i.e. during times you would normally attend the course in which you are enrolled. This “flipped” version of the class may require more than one GE to accommodate these (hopefully) large discussion sessions, which may then be broken into Break-out Rooms via Zoom.  We believe this framework will work quite well for students as there is a guarantee that the GE staffing the Drop-In session they attend is well acquainted with the approach taken to the subject material by their instructors. This is somewhat similar, yet different than the tutorials that some courses utilize in that the tutorials are driven by guided group problem solving sessions whereas these sessions are intended to be driven by student inquiry. Of course some Instructors may be planning to utilize the course meeting times for other engagement opportunities, those instructors and GEs will have additional remote office hours available. Stay safe, and WASH YOUR HANDS!
  • Tutors for Hire
  • Dreamers
  • One Stop Diversity Resources
  • The North Star Project: is a community of undergraduate students, graduate students, and physical science faculty at the University of Oregon. The North Star Project aims to strengthen the physical sciences and STEM by creating learning environments and a culture that attracts and retains inspired, enthusiastic, and talented students from diverse backgrounds. Programs include: a two-week summer program for incoming undergraduates, a mentorship program, research lecture series, social activities, and a fellowship where you get paid to do research.
  • Respect: working together to end bias and hate.
  • As a member of the University of Oregon community, you have a right to learn, work, and live in an environment free of discrimination. To report an incident or raise concerns regarding harassment or discrimination please contact Dr. Scott Fisher: rsf@uoregon.edu.
  • University of Oregon Ombuds Program provides a safe and confidential place to seek information, discuss concerns and conflicts, explore options, and identify possible resources. An ombudsperson can assist in resolving concerns in an informal, confidential, impartial, and non-escalating manner.
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Student Groups

  • Society of Physics Students
  • Women in Physics
  • UO SACNAS: Society for the Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science
  • University of Oregon Women in Graduate Sciences
  • CMiS: A Community for Minorities in STEM is an organization established at the University of Oregon to promote the participation and success of minorities in STEM.
  • LGBT+ in STEM: UO LGBT+ in STEM aims to create a community for LGBT+ people in the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields, while providing education around LGTB+ issues for all people in the STEM fields.