Women in Graduate Science is changing the game for female researchers today—and those of tomorrow
Debate was one of the UO’s early strengths, and today it’s building on a history of participation and championships
From obesity to hunger in schools, education faculty members are addressing our complicated relationships with food
Whether it’s speed on the track, fluency in Spanish, or artistry on canvas, Raevyn Rogers is true to her talents
A UO sociologist examines labor conditions for Walmart workers in China—and a resistance movement
Her father’s death prompted Ellen Chandler to explore philosophy—and ask challenging questions
By day, Leif Karlstrom is a specialist in volcanology. He's also a classically trained violinist and bluegrass fiddler.
Recent gifts will increase the number of endowed faculty chairs and support students
Tech exec Stephen Gillett ’98 has applied valuable lessons learned from his UO days and as a video gamer
They met in the Emerald newsroom, and now Molly Bedford and Ryan Knutson are a media power couple in New York
Duck Tale: Jim Harrang was a lover of the outdoors, benefactor to his university and friend to his community.
Readers share memories of Max's Tavern back in the day and history classes with professor Paul Dull