In these extraordinary times, our faculty are conducting research and offering advice, solutions, and expertise on the coronavirus—to understand its effect on us, our well-being, and society.
It’s been six months since the first confirmed case of coronavirus in the United States was announced: what do we know? COVID-19 continues to confound, subsiding and resurging. The economy falters, buildings close and open, we hunt for useful virus data while managing upended lives.
But knowledge steadies us, illuminating the way forward. To help chart that course, Oregon Quarterly consulted five UO experts: data specialist Ellen Peters, economist Tim Duy, law professor Latisha Nixon-Jones, architecture professor Kevin Van Den Wymelenberg, and biologist Janis Weeks. What questions are they asking? What issues are they examining? What do they think we need to know?
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