Oregon Quarterly Summer 2022

Oregon Quarterly cover salutes Chuck and Gwen Lillis
Retired board chair Chuck Lillis reflects on eight years of leadership in a wide-ranging conversation with President Schill
Chuck and Gwen Lillis have served the UO in many ways. Mostly, they listen, lead, and dare the university to be great.
The World Athletics Championships Oregon22 give unprecedented opportunities to showcase UO contributions to society
This summer holds special meaning for NBC broadcaster, UO faculty member, alumnus, and “the voice of Hayward Field”
It’s a time of change and achievement for the UO says President Michael Schill, in his opening essay for the summer issue
Knight Campus scientist Damien Callahan studies elite athletes for clues about muscle rehabilitation after injury
A virtual reality simulation designed by a University of Oregon professor could help spur people to environmental action
The six-time All American runner reflects on the legacy and future of Hayward Field for both athletes and spectators
UO running great Raevyn Rogers, whose image is enshrined upon the Hayward Field tower, is set to show the world what she can do
It had been six years since Devon Allen played competitive football for the Ducks. That didn’t stop him from chasing a historic twofer
The UO alumnus, a voice for his people, looks to preserve and restore Coquille culture for future generations
The alumna and environment champion is a policy assistant in the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy
Letters in the summer issue were abuzz about bees, conservation, and Quarterly kudos
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