Oregon Quarterly

October 2

Ethnic Studies: A Chinese Adoptee Examines "Otherness"

A Chinese adoptee explores otherness within a family that is loving but different
October 2

Psychology Major Studies Mental Health in Ghana

Tracking the stigmatization of mental illness across Africa
October 2

Broadway House Jazz Jams Turn 10

Philosophy professor & musician shares history of the famed Broadway House concert series
October 2

Biochemistry Graduate Shines at Advanced BioCatalytics

A command of the scientific method serves cancer therapies, stem-cell treatments, and agriculture
October 2

Biology Graduates Bond at the National Institutes of Health

Anisha Adke and Zoë Wong bonded over biology. Now they're research fellows at the National Institute of Health.
October 2

Set Apart, and Soaring

A mother’s nontraditional path through college ends with self-acceptance
October 2

Letters to the Editor Autumn 2019

The summer issue's 100th-anniversary feature on UO heroes prompted plenty of feedback
October 2

Download the Autumn 2019 Issue (PDF)

Visit OQ on Issuu to view or download the Autumn 19 edition or any of our previous issues
July 10

100 Ducks Who Made A Difference

100 years of innovators and inventors, game-changers, trailblazers, humanitarians—inspirations to us all
Professor Amy Lobben (middle), with geography alumna Josie Imrie (left) and geography major Arielle Alferez
July 10

Spatial Data Science: Geography Maps a Course

Ducks trained in spatial data science are landing exciting jobs and serving humanitarian ends

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