Following on the phenomenal success of the Atlas of Oregon, published in 2001, the Department of Geography has launched an ambitious project to produce a one-of-a-kind atlas that captures the extraordinary story of Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton National Park and the surrounding region.
In an election year where the topic of race is front and center, Joseph Lowndes, assistant professor of political science, has come out with a new book that examines the role of race in shaping contemporary politics.
A child in Kenya looked upon this scene of people standing in line to receive aid, lifted a disposable camera to his eye and clicked.
Being an immigrant in Oregon has historically been more challenging than in other states and Oregon continues to present unique problems for migrants, a new UO study shows.
In January 2009, Portland, Ore. will become the largest U.S. city to swear in an openly gay mayor.
Economics Professor Larry Singell has been named Associate Dean of Social Sciences for CAS.