Oregon Quarterly

Tom Bode and companion Luna
April 6

Adventure Follows Quest for Giant Doug Fir Near Albany

Alumnus Tom Bode and his dog set out in search of Nefertiti in Crabtree Valley
Caricature of UOAA's Raphe Beck holding a beer and papyrus lyrics to Mighty Oregon
April 6

Letters to the Editor

Letters sing the praises of alumni association executive director Raphe Beck for his rendition of the UO fight song
spring OQ 16.9
April 6

Download the Spring 2022 Issue PDF

Download the latest issue of Oregon Quarterly as a print magazine
Breaking Barriers: Women in government
March 7

Breaking Barriers: Women in government

UO alumnae have held key positions in national, international, state and local positions, creating a legacy of women in public service
COE Professor Advocates Rethinking Focus on Weight
January 19

College of Education Researcher: Rethink Our Focus on Weight

Focus instead on activity, diet, and support for improved health, say UO researchers
Faste design students post their projects
January 19

Teaching by Design with Trygve Faste

Trygve Faste, the Tim and Mary Boyle Chair in Material Studies and Product Design, applies professional skills to teaching
Lessons from the pandemic and the UO's future (Charlie Litchfield, University Communications)
January 19

Lessons from the Pandemic and the UO’s Future

University begins 2022 with innovation, resolve and lessons learned from the challenges of COVID-19
Ramón Alvarado (credit: Dustin Whitaker, University Communications)
January 19

Ramón Alvarado: Computers, Ethics, and the Nature of Knowledge

A member of the UO Presidential Initiative in Data Science, Alvarado studies computers and how people use them
Claudia Schreier, right, will lecture on the creative process (credit: Dmitry Beryozkin)
January 19

Looking Back, Going Forward with Lecture Series

African American Workshop and Lecture Series continues through Black History Month in February and beyond
Nathan Harris (credit: Laurel Sager)
January 19

Nathan Harris and "The Sweetness of Water"

With a nudge from his creative writing professor, Nathan Harris authors a first novel of critical acclaim before turning 30

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