Items Tagged as: Literature

Literature professor Barbara Mossberg uses the metaphor of "purple" to describe her philosophy of interdisciplinary learning.

 

What would you say with your head in a noose?

Still gleefully a teenager at heart, Gayle Forman '95 has found an eager audience and her natural calling in the world of young adult fiction. 

Working with crewmates, Claire Getz assembled massive earthquake-sensor instruments that had to be hoisted and released overboard in specific locations at 20-minute intervals.

UO tests a new device that finds sunshine on cloudy days. The data will help guide the construction of new energy-efficient buildings or systems that make use of solar power.

Researchers in the UO lab of chemist Michael Pluth are part of a global battle against oxidative stress in the human body.