Oregon Quarterly

Portraits of 11 distinguished Oregonians who are featured in the exhibit
January 12

UO Libraries exhibit shares the diverse history of the campus

It features important contributions made outside the limelight of the dominant culture
Maxwell Foxman in the School of Journalism and Communication (credit: Cheyenne Thorpe, BS ’19
December 19

Maxwell Foxman Examines "The Elephant in the Zoom"

Virtual meeting spaces aren’t as inclusive as we’d like to think, and researchers aim to expose the inequities
Liz Shuler, AFL-CIO president, speaks to union supporters (credit: AFL-CIO)
November 29

Liz Shuler of AFL-CIO is A Voice for the People

As the first woman and first Oregonian to helm the AFL-CIO, Liz Shuler leads the nation’s unions with conviction
Unthank Hall and tour visitors (credit: Dustin Whitaker, University Communications)
October 6

Then And Now: DeNorval Unthank Jr. Hall

Welcoming its first residents this fall, DeNorval Unthank Jr. Hall launches the next evolution of UO student housing 
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

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