Oregon Quarterly

October 6

Wu Tsai Alliance Means Peak Performance for Everyone

The UO is one of six founding partners in the prestigious new Wu Tsai Human Performance Alliance
President Michael Schill (credit: Charlie Litchfield, University Communications)
October 6

President Schill: Five Questions

From the pandemic to a record-breaking fundraising campaign, the president shares his views on the state of the university
Invisible Landscapes and the Clark Honors College
October 6

Invisible Landscapes and the Clark Honors College

A College of Design professor and her class investigate a Black settlement displaced by Eugene's Alton Baker Park
Pioneer Cemetery and a few creepy creations (credit: Melanie Griffin, Eugene, Cascades & Coast)
October 6

Ghost Stories and Folklore of Mac Court and Pioneer Cemetery

On the eve of Halloween, UO folklorists deconstruct terrifying tales from a creepy campus
Idemaru and Rosie, a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel (Dustin Whitaker, University Communications)
October 6

Profile: Kaori Idemaru, professor of Japanese linguistics

Idemaru won a Remote Teaching Award for converting a course on Japanese phonetics and pronunciation to the online world
Jana Schmieding (photo credit: Kevin Scanlon)
October 6

Native Voice: Jana Schmieding, Rutherford Falls

With Rutherford Falls, Jana Schmieding promotes Indigenous representation in Hollywood
Robert Steadward
October 6

Game Changer Steadward Supports Paralympic Athletes

Robert Steadward has been honored for devotion to Paralympians and other athletes with disabilities
Lois Youngen baseball card
October 6

Lois Youngen is in a League of Her Own

The latest gift from trailblazing baseballer Lois Youngen supports other female athletes
Journalism student Lauren Yang Brown is a social media "campus correspondent"
October 6

Student Fact Finder Has Her Ducks in a Row

Journalism student Lauren Yang Brown is a social media "campus correspondent"
Merryn Roberts-Huntley, Mrs.Oregon America (photo credit: Danielle Elizabeth)
October 6

In-Duck-ted as Mrs. Oregon America

The business instructor believes in the value of pushing yourself to try new things, and she put this belief to the test

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