Oregon Quarterly Spring 2019

Outside House, an experiment in using design to make a place where the land comes first, was conceived by Erin Moore, AIA, associate professor, and head of the UO's School of Architecture & Environment. Visit Outside House.

Christoph Lindner (center, back), dean of the College of Design, with students organizing the HOPES Conference (left to right): Zachary Sherrod, Madeline Chu, Kahei Lee, Dani Valdez, Emma Stone, Shelby Stagi, and Isabela Ospina. Photo by Chris Larsen
April 3

Designing the Future: College of Design Embraces Innovation, Diversity

The College of Design is shaping the future with its research, institutes, and student initiatives

Craig gathers cattails on the Umpqua River and cleans them for weaving projects
April 3

Harmony at Hollering Place: Landscape Architecture Student Serves Oregon Tribes

Amanda Craig’s landscape architecture skills serve Oregon tribes through her unique combination of art and science

Professors José Meléndez (left), John Arroyo (right), and Gerardo Sandoval comprise the Access and Equity Research Group. Photo by Charlie Litchfield, University Communications
April 3

Policy and Planning Trio Engages Diverse Communities

A new policy and planning research team studies how underrepresented groups participate in the public process

Photo by Dustin Whitaker, University Communications
April 3

Profile: Jenny Lin, Assistant Professor, History of Art and Architecture

Assistant professor in the Department of the History of Art and Architecture examines Asian stereotypes

(Super) Imposition, 2018, by Sarah Mikenis
April 3

Art + Design Alumni Make Their Mark in Art, Ceramics

A sample of some of the School of Art + Design students and alumni who are on the rise

"Time" by Anya Kivarkis
April 3

College of Design: New Books and Projects

The latest from Jenny Lin, Anya Kivarkis, Jack Ryan, Tannaz Farsi, and others

April 3

Biologist Researches Built Environments

Willem Griffiths wanted a career in research. He’s chasing goals despite fading eyesight.

Linguists are using new software to peruse archival documents for indigenous words. Photo courtesy of National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
April 3

Linguists and Native Americans Team Up on Indigenous Languages

Linguists and Native peoples are revitalizing languages and restoring culture

During her first year in forensic anthropology, Lee worked on more than 300 sets of bones.
April 3

Forensic Anthropologist Learns from "the Sound of Bones"

Finding humanity through skeletons and helping the living by listening to the dead

Left to right: David Crinnion, Tanner Stickling, and Justin Lebuhn
April 3

Fantastic Plastic: Algotek Aims for Environmental Solution

Recent UO graduates launch a business to help solve a pressing environmental challenge