Oregon Quarterly Winter 2022

OQ winter mag cover
Focus instead on activity, diet, and support for improved health, say UO researchers
Trygve Faste, the Tim and Mary Boyle Chair in Material Studies and Product Design, applies professional skills to teaching
University begins 2022 with innovation, resolve and lessons learned from the challenges of COVID-19
Virtual meeting spaces aren’t as inclusive as we’d like to think, and researchers aim to expose the inequities
African American Workshop and Lecture Series continues through Black History Month in February and beyond
New UO research examines the value of skylights in the effort to reduce fossil fuel use
A member of the UO Presidential Initiative in Data Science, Alvarado studies computers and how people use them
With a nudge from his creative writing professor, Nathan Harris authors a first novel of critical acclaim before turning 30
Writer Michael N. McGregor learned lessons of hustle, hope and perseverance from hoops coach Dick Harter
As the first woman and first Oregonian to helm the AFL-CIO, Liz Shuler leads the nation’s unions with conviction
It features important contributions made outside the limelight of the dominant culture
Pandemic brings AK Ikwuakor, BS ’07 (sociology), personal clarity and professional opportunities
Kirstin Valdez Quade, MFA ’09 (creative writing), is an award-winning novelist who is “profoundly grateful” for her UO education
When I tell people that I run the University of Oregon Alumni Association, they sometimes ask, “Is that a real job?”
Writers celebrated a cover with former housing official Marjory Ramey, Millennials and the "Cardboard Castle"
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