Oregon Undergraduate Research Journal: Vol. 20 No. 1 (2022)

 

Cover art by Olivia Wilkinson

Recent Submissions

  • Trebon, Tillena (University of Oregon, 2022-05)
    This study investigates the perceptual consequences of nonnative versus native hesitation sounds in evaluating male speech. When the phonetic quality of a hesitation sound is consistent with native speaker hesitation sounds, ...
  • Khalife-Hamdan, Raimy (University of Oregon, 2022-05)
    Twentieth-century French thinker Emmanuel Levinas’ distinction between the sacred and the Holy — the spiritual journey “du sacré au saint” — is key to understanding his philosophy. While the sacred emanates from ...
  • Everson, Hannah N (University of Oregon, 2022-05)
    The intertidal lepadomorph barnacle Pollicipes polymerus lives gregariously, preferentially settling on conspecifics. This study asks if and how P . polymerus individuals gain in overall fitness from gregarious settlement. ...
  • Taylor, Jay; Woods, Micah; Schmitt, Kyla; Beaudoin, Sarah (University of Oregon, 2022-05)
    Editorial board for Volume 20 Issue 1 Winter 2022 of Oregon Undergraduate Research Journal
  • Wilkinson, Olivia (University of Oregon, 2022-05)
    Taken near Fisher Mountain, WY at my family’s cabin, this polyphemus moth sat like this on our screen door for over 24 hours. It was important to me to capture its because it was truly massive: its wingspan was at least ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Wilkinson, Olivia (University of Oregon, 2022-05)
    Smaller things tend to go unnoticed, especially when they exist around us and touch our daily lives in minute ways. Crouch down, look up, or step closer, and there is a world of beauty and movement just about everywhere. ...