The development of an opera by Ethan Gans-Morse, MMus ’13, provides a template for how new works can be created for a 400-year-old art form.
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For former foster kids in Oregon, college dreams are coming true thanks to a new tuition-and-fee waiver program.
Oregon-based forestry expert Darin Stringer BS ’93 is helping bring forests back to the rocky soils of Lebanon.
Francophone fur traders, Native American explorers, and Oregon before the Corps of Discovery.
In his memoir, My Life as a Foreign Country, poet and army veteran Brian Turner, MFA ’96, reflects on his life as a soldier—in and out of combat.
In Central Africa, members of the Gabon-Oregon Center's Urban Sustainability Program help create a Master Plan to revitalize the campus of Gabon's national university.
Entries to the 2015 Northwest Perspectives Essay Contest are now closed. Please join us on campus on Thursday, May 28 for a reading of the winning essays, hosted by author Lidia Yuknavitch.
The Children’s Healing Art Project helps kids with serious illnesses relax and express themselves.
Dave Petrone, BS '66, MBA '68, chair of the campaign cabinet, discusses the university's ambitious plan to raise $2 Billion to further its academic mission.
In his new memoir, UO assistant professor Alex Tizon, BA ’84, explores Asian American male identity.
Forbes joins the conversation on atmospheric trust litigation with a piece on UO Law Professor Mary Wood, which draws from OQ's Autumn 2014 cover story.
The program is ranked first in the nation by America’s Best Architecture and Design Schools 2015.
Maps generated by the UO Infographics Lab help visualize migration patterns in a complex landscape.