Oregon Quarterly

Garrett Hongo
May 26

Garrett Hongo's Quest for Artistic Perfection

Garrett Hongo is the first UO professor to receive the Aiken Taylor Award, recognizing the poet's distinguished career
Sharleen Nelson with her son Cory Huffman, BA '07 (religious studies) and daugher Kaylee Crum (Huffman), BA '16 (sociology) posing in a "Then and Now" photo. Photo Courtesy of Sharleen Nelson
May 10

A Modern Mother’s Day Tale

Sharleen Nelson shares the winding life path she took, first as a single mother and then as a first-generation student 
Recent grads Connor Bussey and Adam Faris
May 10

Recent grads turned TikTok entrepreneurs

Recent graduates Connor Bussey and Adam Faris take on the popular TikTok platform
Lauren Ponisio surveys burned land being replanted
April 6

Biologist Explores Fire-ravaged Land as Bee Habitat

Lauren Ponisio is testing the use of native plants as a way to help the beleaguered pollinators
Yingjiu Li, computer science
April 6

Cybersecurity Researchers Help Protect the Internet

Cybersecurity is the lifeblood of the internet—and a growth area in the computer science department 
hip hop event
April 6

Hip-hop Event Showcases Rap and Event-building Skills

The UO Hip Hop Jam celebrates diverse communities and hip-hop culture while teaching students the business of events planning
Michael Schill, photo by Charlie Litchfield
April 6

President Schill On The Ballmer Institute for Children’s Behavioral Health

President Schill discusses the children's institute and the generous donor support that makes the project possible
larvae carnivore
April 6

Oregon Institute of Marine Biology Discovers Carnivorous Marine Larvae

Tiny marine larvae survive by turning carnivorous, study finds
Bala Ambati
April 6

Knight Campus Researcher Enlists Gene Therapy To Fight Eye Disease

Bala Ambati uses gene therapy to explore remedies to common vision problem called Fuchs' dystrophy
Hannah Thomas
April 6

Hannah Thomas Steps Up to Lead New Dance Degree

New dance faculty member says program will emphasize both Eurocentric and African dance forms