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  • Zhou, Allison M. (University of Oregon, 2018)
  • Rheingold, Charlotte (University of Oregon, 2014)
  • Zhou, Allison M. (University of Oregon, 2018)
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • James, Tate (University of Oregon, 2017)
    The Japanese animated television show (or “anime”), Puella Magi Madoka Magica, has garnered significant popularity. Anime fans and critics alike often hail the show as a progressive criticism of the magical girl genre. ...
  • McNulty, Robert Weybright (University of Oregon, 2013-05-14)
    Data on marine mammals, specifically information on their stock numbers, seasonal migrations, population structure, habitat use, and behaviors is limited. This study of island-associated resident pods of the long nosed ...
  • Singsank, Lauralei (University of Oregon, 2020-08)
    Sook Ching is a Chinese term meaning “purge through cleansing.” Operation Sook Ching took place in Singapore from February 21 to March 4, 1942. It was a military operation carried out by the Japanese with the intent of ...
  • Lancaster, Ruben (University of Oregon, 2020-08)
    Mating is vital for sexually reproducing species, yet the ideal mating strategy for males and females can differ. The ensuing conflict between the sexes – namely, sexual conflict – results in a decrease in population level ...
  • Unknown author (University of Oregon, 2019)
  • Unknown author (University of Oregon, 2020-01)
    Editorial board for Volume 16 Issue 1 Winter 2020 of Oregon Undergraduate Research Journal
  • Unknown author (University of Oregon, 2021-01)
    Editorial board for Volume 18 Issue 1 Winter 2021 of Oregon Undergraduate Research Journal
  • Unknown author (University of Oregon, 2020-08)
    Editorial board for Volume 17 Issue 1 Spring 2020 of Oregon Undergraduate Research Journal
  • Claveria, Marina (University of Oregon, 2014)
    This paper reads the poetry of Mina Loy alongside her Feminist Manifesto (1914) as an expression of personal politics that would come to the forefront of third-wave feminism. By looking at her more expressive works of ...
  • Grudzien, Ania (University of Oregon, 2020-08)
    Nobel Prize winner Czesław Miłosz is one of the most influential poets, prosiest, philosophers, and diplomats, his works spanning two centuries and multiple continents. Born in 1911, in what is now modern-day Lithuania, ...
  • Scott, Jessica; Lahtinen, Johnmichael; Engbeck, Erin; Berling, Terri; Ferra, Katie; Gregory, Alexander; Otto, Natalie; Pemstein, Garret; Tan, Wayland; Tinkham, Gail (University of Oregon, 2014)
    The 10-student Environmental Leadership Program team, Wetlands Wildlife, collected data on Delta Ponds, a 61-hectare waterway site owned by the City of Eugene bordering the Willamette River. We used two primary monitoring ...
  • Currie, Luke (University of Oregon, 2019)
    Through an analysis of Søren Kierkegaard’s Diapsalmata from the first volume of Either/Or, a work which exhibits strikingly contemporary ways of thinking, this paper seeks to uncover the complex and paradoxical ways in ...
  • Fox, Violet (University of Oregon, 2020-01)
    This research includes a literature review, historical background and policy overview, as well as three interviews with women experiencing homelessness, and two interviews with shelter staff in Eugene, Oregon. The purpose ...
  • Fellman, Dimitra (University of Oregon, 2021-01)
    The Social Hygiene Society of Portland, Oregon (later renamed the Oregon Social Hygiene Society - or OSHS) was founded in 1911 in order to combat venereal disease in the city and eventually across the state. Oregon’s efforts ...

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