Items Tagged as: Alumni

A new book, Conversations with Ken Kesey, offers a fascinating collection of interviews with Ken Kesey '57, arguably Oregon's most colorful literary figure.

Nearly 40 years after Steve Prefontaine's death, the track star's legacy stretches far beyond Hayward Field, inspiring runners of every stripe.

We love to track Duck migrations!
Click through the slideshow above to see more fans in flight.

Almost 60 years ago my mother, Loella Armstrong, moved from Empire, Oregon, to the University of Oregon with three young daughters and a dog.

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.

Many products developed by Ducks have achieved success far greater than what their creators originally imagined.

Through rigorous product testing, Rodger Voelker, PhD ’96, hopes to improve safety for medical marijuana users.

An unexpected phone call brought Native American teenager Mel Sandholm ’75 to the UO—and a career spent encouraging critical perspectives in the classroom.

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Two talented math minds at UO tackle an abstract concept in "representation theory"

UO graduate student Hilarie Sorensen witnessed an emerging phenomenon along the Pacific Northwest coastline.

Early-warning systems give communities critical seconds or minutes before a quake hits