Oregon Quarterly Spring 2022

spring OQ 16.9
Lauren Ponisio is testing the use of native plants as a way to help the beleaguered pollinators
Cybersecurity is the lifeblood of the internet—and a growth area in the computer science department 
The UO Hip Hop Jam celebrates diverse communities and hip-hop culture while teaching students the business of events planning
President Schill discusses the children's institute and the generous donor support that makes the project possible
Tiny marine larvae survive by turning carnivorous, study finds
Bala Ambati uses gene therapy to explore remedies to common vision problem called Fuchs' dystrophy
New dance faculty member says program will emphasize both Eurocentric and African dance forms
From UO theater to Hollywood, it wasn’t a straight path for Oscar-nominated filmmaker Skye Fitzgerald
Charity Woodrum overcame personal tragedy to pursue a career in space physics
Public relations student relies on teamwork and attention to detail to close cases in mock trial
Alumni who served over the decades recall experiences changing lives, including their own
The network started by Folake Owodunni is operating in three Nigerian cities
First-time author recounts track-and-field days at UO and running with Steve Prefontaine
Physics professor and art expert Richard Taylor recounts the story of "a true great of American art" who taught briefly at the UO 
Alumnus Tom Bode and his dog set out in search of Nefertiti in Crabtree Valley
Letters sing the praises of alumni association executive director Raphe Beck for his rendition of the UO fight song
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