Oregon Quarterly Summer 2021

Oregon Quarterly Summer 2021 cover shows the Duck and graduates (credit: Chris Larsen, University Communications)
Through fresh collaborations on academic strengths, the UO will reimagine public service for a new era
Fundraising fuels advances for students, applied science, post-pandemic economic recovery, and more
Prioritizing career readiness in the business school with new programs and networking platforms
From budgeting to credit cards to investing, a new financial wellness program is helping students manage money
A poet survives “shredding” and the virus to thrive in the UO’s prestigious Kidd writing program
Pairing up with the Common Reading program, an alumna helps the UO explore Indigenous and Black concerns
A baseball injury redirected Raoul Liévanos into an academic career studying equity and the environment
Theater alumnus Michael Govier wins an Academy Award for his animated film, If Anything Happens I Love You
The Duck softballer and human physiology alumna scores as a hitting coach with the Milwaukee Brewers
Journalism graduate Faris Cassell sleuths a 60-year-old mystery involving the Holocaust
Sean Andries (BS ’06, theater arts) joins the board of directors of the Oregon Cultural Trust
High heat and high blood pressure forced James Livesay to trade baseball for the wood products field 
Feedback on author Anne Helen Petersen's "Can't Even," student resolve, and the "12 Words" essay
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