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A mother’s story fuels a lifelong career in women’s health

A mother’s story fuels a lifelong career in women’s health

Date: 6/11/2024
Ann Oluloro, BS ’12 (biochemistry, biology, Clark Honors College), works to bridge the gap of disparities for Black women in the health world as a doctor of gynecology.

Reflecting on a career of public service

Reflecting on a career of public service

Date: 6/11/2024
Mustafa T. Kasubhai, JD ’96, is a US magistrate judge for the District of Oregon and Oregon Law's 2024 recipient of the Frohnmayer Award for Public Service. Follow his journey from law student to first Muslim American federal judge.

Wings of Achievement chronicles student success stories

Wings of Achievement chronicles student success stories

Date: 6/11/2024
With scholarships, supportive communities, and wraparound services, the UO empowers students to chart their own paths to success. Meet nine students who are thriving as Ducks.

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Namika Sagara

BS ’02, MS ’09 (psychology), PhD ’09 (marketing), a behavioral economics consultant, assumed office as executive officer/chief behavioral officer for Tokyo-based GA Technologies.

Sravya Tadepalli
BS ’19 (Clark Honors College, journalism, political science), was featured in American Theatre magazine as an emerging critic who has found outlets for publishing work despite contraction in the field.
Alexis Lee
BS ’00 (business administration), former marketing operations manager for the Portland Trail Blazers and Moda Center, became president of business operations for the Portland Thorns of the NWSL.

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In Memoriam: Mark Stahlnecker (1979–2023)

Date: 6/12/2024
Mark Stahlnecker, BS ’02, grew from an adverse childhood to a man of many talents, in spite of a lifetime battle against his own body. Mark was career driven and an entrepreneur known for his committed work ethic.

In Memoriam: John Irvin (1931–2024)

Date: 5/28/2024
John Irvin, BA ’54, BL ’59, was an avid track fan and was on Bill Bowerman’s team for two years until allergies, track, and studies were a combination that proved just too much (Willamette Valley pollens and his studies won). His career as a labor attorney for the State of Oregon was a successful one, and he retired after many years as Senior Assistant Attorney General in 1995.

In Memoriam: Curtis Hopkins (1963–2024)

Date: 4/17/2024
Curt Hopkins, BA ’91, graduated from the Clark Honors College with distinction after writing a corona of sonnets about living in Spain for his undergraduate thesis. He wrote several features for <em>Old Oregon</em>, now called <em>Oregon Quarterly</em>.