University of Oregon
| University of Oregon |
|Motto||Mens agitat molem|
|Pioneer in Molecular Biology|
The University of Oregon is organized into five colleges (Arts and Sciences, Business, Design, Education, and Honors) and seven professional schools (Accounting; Architecture and Environment; Art and Design; Journalism and Communication; Law; Music and Dance; and Planning, Public Policy and Management) and a graduate school. Furthermore, UO offers 316 undergraduate and graduate degree programs.
The university is a member of the Association of American Universities, a group of leading research universities in the United States. It is also classified as a "Very High Research Activity" university, according to the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education. UO has comparatively small research spending totals for an AAU level university. According to the National Science Foundation, Oregon spent $111 million on research and development in 2018, ranking it 151st in the nation.
The university has 19 research centers and institutes. The university also maintains nine "research core facilities". The Institute of Molecular Biology was established at the university in 1959.
Alumni on Wikispooks
|Fred Chang||US||Spook||Former Director of Research at the National Security Agency.|
|David E. Jeremiah||25 February 1934||7 October 2013||Mariner||Colin Powell’s “indispensable right-hand man”|
|Ken Kesey||17 September 1935||10 November 2001||US||Spook||American hippy spook|
|Kristin Skogen Lund||11 August 1966||Norway||Businessperson||Norwegian executive with deep state ties. Double Bilderberg in the 2010s.|
|William Roth||22 July 1921||13 December 2003||US||Spook|
|Spooky US lawyer, Le Cercle|
|Kaare Sandegren||18 March 1929||29 July 2021||Norway||Union organizer||Norwegian Labour Party politician, trade Unionist and diplomat. Attended Bilderberg 1969 as deputy head of the foreign policy think tank NUPI.|
|Charles Walker||11 September 1987||UK||Politician||Tory MP. Opposes vaccine passports.|
|Ron Wyden||3 May 1949||Oregon Senator|
|Peter deFazio||27 May 1947||Politician||U.S. Representative for Oregon. Opposed Patriot Act.|
- https://ncsesdata.nsf.gov/herd/2018/html/herd18-dt-tab020.html |