Alumni

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November 11

On Veterans Day, and all year, the UO honors those who served

The university has a long history of students and alumni who answer the call
The Oregon Center for Electrochemistry (Photo By Chris Larsen, University Communications)
October 5

Green Power at the Oregon Center for Electrochemistry

Students at the Oregon Center for Electrochemistry research how energy is generated, stored, and transported
Sarai Villalobos, a UO lead field supervisor with Oregon Saludable: Juntos Podemos (Eliza Loera)
October 5

Crunching the Numbers with Data Science

Data scientists contribute to pandemic testing breakthrough for Latinx groups, helping identify methods that tripled turnout
Leilani Sabzalian (Photo by Nic Walcott, University Communications)
October 5

Leilani Sabzalian and Indigenous Education

Leilani Sabzalian co-leads the University of Oregon Sapsik'wałá Education Program for Indigenous students
After college, Jennings made films with National Geographic (Photo by Sarah Quinn)
October 5

An Elemental Approach to Wildfire with Trip Jennings

UO alumnus Trip Jennings created a film titled Elemental, which focuses on wildfires on the West Coast 
Lidia Yuknavitch (Photo by Andy Mingo)
October 5

With "Thrust," Lidia Yuknavitch is No Duck Out of Water

With the publishing of her latest novel, author Lidia Yuknavitch finds her pond
Peter DeFazio (Jack Liu)
October 5

Peter DeFazio: A Force for Progress

After more than three decades in office representing the people of southwestern Oregon, Peter DeFazio, MA ’77, is retiring
Lorie Acio
October 5

Lorie Acio is on the Fast Track at MSNBC

The 2011 Clark Honors College graduate and journalism major is making headlines for her company's work in racial healing
Raphe Beck (illustration by Bridgette Coyne)
October 5

The Pendleton Round-Up Wasn't this Cowboy's First Rodeo

Alumni association executive director Raphe Beck is a legit cowboy at the annual Eastern Oregon event
Lorry Lokey
October 4

Remembering philanthropist and UO supporter Lorry Lokey

 Lokey, who gave the UO more than $150 million over almost 20 years, died Oct. 1

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