Oregon Quarterly Autumn 2016

How the UO helps veterans transition from military service to higher education
The southern Willamette Valley boasts a vibrant—if largely unseen—innovation network
A look into the UO Libraries special collections, a resource for both scholars and community members
A new location-based website can help Oregonians learn aboutthe state’s architectural history
Psychology professor Marjorie Taylor explores paracosms and documents the benefits of creative play
UO’s TeachOut program helps educators talk about issuesrelated to gender and sexuality
In June 2016, John Frohnmayer, JD ’72, gave this speech to graduates of the political science department
Assistant Professor of Middle Eastern Studies travels to Egypt and Turkey to research political economies
“M” Jackson broadened the understanding of climate change by immersing herself in the culture of those affected by it
On the 60th anniversary of his death, we celebrate the legacy of James Landye, BS ’32, JD ’34
Student Cameron Kokes finds late-night studying comfort on the second floor of the Lillis Business Complex
Meet the varsity ski team of 1952, who persuaded administration to establish competitive skiing as a varsity sport
When Win Min, BS ’16, reaches his final destination, he will be back where he began—but with much to offer his country
Letters to the editor include connecting with the readers, shoe references, and neuroscience questioning 
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