A long-awaited renovation will link the best of the “old” EMU with a new design that reflects current and future students’ values and priorities. 

Does the public trust doctrine that protects air, water, and endangered species apply to climate? We’re going to find out.

What have these tough economic times taught about finding a balance between family and work? A student reflects on her father's work in the Alaskan oil fields during the recession of the mid 2000s.

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

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.

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

In an excerpt from her new book, Wild Within, Melissa Hart weaves a story of rehabilitating injured raptors, starting a family, and falling in love with helpless creatures.