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  • Klebes, Martin; Lollini, Massimo; Gaede, Franny (University of Oregon, 2022-05)
    The University of Oregon and the University Libraries support six open access journals, which is enabled via our Oregon Digital partnership with Oregon State University and the digital publishing expertise within the ...
  • Wakefield, Eleanor (University of Oregon, 2023-09)
    "Sparrows were feeding in a freezing drizzle That while you watched turned to pieces of snow Riding a gradient invisible From silver aslant to random, white, and slow. There came a moment that you couldn’t tell. And ...
  • Salaz, Alicia M. (University of Oregon, 2022-11)
    The letter below was written to the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy in response to its August 2022 memorandum establishing new federal policy on public access to the products of publicly funded research. ...
  • Davis, Tashia (University of Oregon, 2014)
    In the timeline of criminal justice, integrating education into the prison system is a fairly recent development that did not emerge until the early 1900s. In Oregon in particular, we can track these changes through the ...
  • Chambrose, Starla (University of Oregon, 2020-01)
    OURJ is just one of the many platforms on campus that seek to broadcast undergraduates’ research achievements. I would be remiss to neglect mentioning the Undergraduate Research Symposium (URS), which celebrates its tenth ...
  • Chambrose, Starla (University of Oregon, 2021-01)
    I know I’m not the only one who is more than a little glad that 2020 is finally behind us. Yet while I was reflecting on all the tumult of the last year, I wondered if I should be so quick to try and wipe it all from my ...
  • Ginieczki, Taylor Sarah (University of Oregon, 2022-05)
    As I reflect on my last year at the University of Oregon, it is clear that last fall brought us more than a return to in-person education. It also brought us the next chapter of the pandemic, one of learning how to integrate ...
  • Chambrose, Starla (University of Oregon, 2020-08)
    It would be an understatement, I think, to say that the last few months have been an unexpected challenge. From the COVID-19 pandemic to the racial injustice sparking civil unrest across the country, the headlines that ...
  • Chambrose, Starla (University of Oregon, 2021-06)
    As for many students this past year, the COVID-19 pandemic completely derailed my research plans. I had been working on my thesis in a lab in the Institute of Ecology and Evolution since the winter of my sophomore year. ...
  • Pearman, Joshua J. (University of Oregon, 2019)
    Our inspiration to conduct research can come from anywhere. For some, it might be an interesting idea from a lecture, or a unique detail from a research article. For others, it could be an observation of the world around ...
  • Pearman, Joshua J. (University of Oregon, 2019)
  • Rheingold, Charlotte (University of Oregon, 2015)
  • Dorning, Sandra (University of Oregon, 2017)
  • Grealish, Aidan (University of Oregon, 2015)
  • Dorning, Sandra (University of Oregon, 2017)
  • Zhou, Allison M. (University of Oregon, 2018)
  • Rheingold, Charlotte (University of Oregon, 2014)
  • Zhou, Allison M. (University of Oregon, 2018)
  • Ginieczki, Taylor Sarah; Taylor, Jay; Schmitt, Kyla (University of Oregon, 2022-11)
    In more ways than one, our 2021–2022 school year set major records. In the fall, the most students to ever attend the UO matriculated as Ducks. In the spring, Eugene received so much rain that April was the 7th-wettest ...

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