Lizard hunting

Our caravan exits Highway 31 onto a two-track road that crawls into the sagebrush of Summer Lake Basin. I pull over in a prodigious dust cloud to caution the two trailing vans.

The night of the civil war basketball game in early January of this year, I put my phone on silent, scared of the vulnerability of putting months of work in the public eye. I steeled myself against the temptation to check my texts and Twitter notifications.

Inspired by the fractal patterns of nature, a UO team is developing technology that may restore vision in people with retinal diseases.


The syllabus was a piece of art.

Ming Canaday has turned obstacles into opportunities and is now paying it forward.

Instructor of Gospel Choirs and Ensembles, School of Music and Dance

A Jordan Schnitzer Museum initiative provides an artistic outlet for people dealing with grief and illness.

How spoofing an exotic flower of the Andes may solve an evolutionary puzzle

A UO researcher has just helped refine the process of drug intervention efforts for teens

A folklorist examines the impact of combat on troops through the songs they play