Oregon Quarterly Summer 2016

Three decades ago, UO-trained shoe designers created a new generation of basketball shoes
The UO’s Sustainable Cities Initiative is collaborating with leaders to help cities become greener and more livable
A UO research project explores the effects of climate change on Northwest tribes
A new center at the UO is researching ways to keep data secure while working to define privacy in the digital age
Scientists at the Center for Translational Neuroscience create practical fixes for some of our most vexing problems
Pulitzer-prize winning SOJC professor Héctor Tobar thrives on helping journalism students find their voices
The Olympic Team Trials return to Hayward Field in July, and there are plenty of Ducks to watch
A winner in Oregon Quarterly's 2016 Northwest Perspectives Essay Contest by UO alum
Tickle the ivories: there is a jackpot of pianos available at the UO School of Music and Dance
Biology professor Brendan Bohannan studies how humans interact with microorganisms
A Clark Honors College grad is already using her considerable legal skills to advocate for prisoners.  
The urgent need for better health care in rural communities drew UO business school grads to the town of Oakridge
A geology lab volunteer makes an amazing discovery on his first shift
Letters to the editor include illustrations, compliments to the spring issue, and a call for more letters
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