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.
What's Your Story? Enter the 2015 Northwest Perspectives Essay Contest.
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.
The Children’s Healing Art Project helps kids with serious illnesses relax and express themselves.
Dave Patrone, BS '66, MBA '68, chair of the campaign cabinet, discusses the university's ambitious plan to raise $2 Billion to further its academic mission.
As curator of the Kinsey Institute’s art collection, Catherine Johnson-Roehr '80, MA '89, continues a provocative conversation started by the world’s most famous sex researcher.
In his new memoir, UO assistant professor Alex Tizon, BA ’84, explores Asian American male identity.
The university announced its amibitious $2 billion campaign, becoming the largest fundraising effort ever attempted by any organization in Oregon.
Starting spring 2015, a new sports-focused exchange program will open up extraordinary cross-cultural learning opportunities for undergraduates in Oregon and Singapore.
A new grant could help a UO professor speed the discovery of new treatments for human diseases and at the same time shave millions off the cost of drug development.