General Social Sciences Program
General Social Sciences (GSS) is a new program that provides students the flexibility to design a major that combines courses from several departments across campus. The program offers students a variety of options depending on their interests. For the career minded student, GSS provides career training combined with the analytical skills of a liberal arts education. For the intellectually curious student, GSS offers the study of particular themes across several social science disciplines. And, for the student who just has trouble choosing a major from the vast number offered here at the UofO, GSS offers a curriculum across several departments.
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Want to enroll in the major or need more information? Click here for GSS adviser office hours.
College of Arts and Sciences Scholarships and Fellowships for Continuing Students
We strongly encourage you to apply, even if you think you don’t qualify!
Application Deadline: February 25, 2019
The College of Arts and Sciences is currently accepting online applications for the following GSS scholarships: Hazel Leonard Buck Scholarship ($1,000) * Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors * Major in general social science * Academic merit
Clayton and Sheryl Steinke General Social Sciences Scholarship ($6,000) * Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors * Major in general social science * Academic merit
GSS student, Austin Cruz, worked alongside student athletes, committing to long days and solidifying relationships, while attending UO. Check out Behind the Scenes with the Equipment Staff article in Emerald Media.
OR Prisoners’ Parole Assistance Internship Application for Fall 2018 – Spring 2019 Due Date: Monday, June 25, 2018 at 5:00 pm In this internship you will have the opportunity to staff Oregon parole cases with a licensed mitigation investigator and a group of your peers. You will review prior hearing transcripts; prison records such as disciplinary reports, work history, inmate account statements, counselor notes, and programming history; psychological evaluations and other mental health records; the Post-Sentence Investigation Report detailing the facts of the crime at the time ...