Autumn 2022

Oregon Quarterly Autumn 2022 1

Education, Health & Wellness

UO Experts Address Youth Mental Health Crisis

The issue will be the focus of the new Ballmer Institute for Children’s Behavioral Health

Close-up of student in lab with computer chip
Environment & Sustainability

Center for Electrochemistry Generates Green Power

Students and faculty members search for solutions that will make green renewable energy work

Pandemic worker in mask with roses for Mother's Day
Education, Health & Wellness

Crunching the Numbers with Data Science

Data scientists contribute to pandemic testing breakthrough for Latinx groups, helping identify methods that tripled turnout

Art, Design & Literature

Beyond Amazing: Learning from 60 Years of Spider-Man

Professor of English Ben Saunders curates a 2022 exhibition at San Diego's Comic-Con Museum

Politics & Society

Helping Students See the Strength of Their Culture

Leilani Sabzalian co-leads the University of Oregon Sapsik'wałá Education Program for Indigenous students


Phillips: UO Is Better Together

Interim President Patrick Phillips on the start of the new year, the Ballmer Institute for Children’s Behavioral Health, and more

Environment & Sustainability

Documenting an Elemental Approach to Wildfire

UO alumnus Trip Jennings created a film titled Elemental, examining ways to live with wildfire

Media & Communications

Lorie Acio is on the Fast Track at MSNBC

The 2011 Clark Honors College graduate and journalism major is making headlines for her company's work in racial healing


Letters: Memories of rowing, reader kudos

Victoria Brown, first female coxswain of the Pac-8 conference, and kudos to Oregon Quarterly from across generations

Duck Life

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