Oregon Quarterly Autumn 2020

Oregon Quarterly Autumn 2020
A walk-through reveals the exciting potential of the Phil and Penny Knight Campus for Accelerating Scientific Impact
Interviews with wives and children of Bracero farm workers reveal the impact of the program on Mexican families
Persecuted in Algeria, Nina Kerkebane is devoted to helping marginalized groups
UO Junior Donna Hooshmand analyzes usage of Netflix and Hulu–all while adjusting to life far from home
Research yields a philosophy for overcoming addiction and taking pride in self-improvement
Recent UO graduate Desirae Brown examines a parallel between Black student movements on campus 50 years apart
Professor and protégé find research is in their DNA
Student’s Twitter feed serves as a vaccine for rapid spread of COVID-19 misinformation
Talented researcher paves a path for future scientists
Student's art installations blend lessons learned from biology, ecopoetry
Assistant Vice Provost’s young adult novel on systemic racism comes at a pivotal moment
Niria Garcia finds inspiration—and a calling—fighting for the Favela
Do forest fires hurt public health? An economics student finds an answer, and a future
PhD graduate's research helps big enterprises identify and defeat hacking attempts
Using lessons taught at the SOJC, Tyson Winter runs NASCAR's high-speed social media
Deanna Lynn receives research honor for examing design projects that generate less carbon
Climate change, dwindling resources making water issues more crucial for Oregon communities
For Kateyln Swarringim, adapting to her pet's needs created new understandings
Readers responded to the George Floyd protests, the denaming of Deady Hall, toppled statues, and more
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