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Research

Listening in

Understanding messages from the biological chat room

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Where there’s a need, there’s a class

She’s a gifted teacher, a community collaborator, an inspiration. She’s happiest juggling a variety of projects, grants, and classes. And she’s fiercely dedicated to helping people age independently. The beneficiaries of Sharon Johnson’s energy, creativity, and care are thousands of citizens in Southern Oregon.

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Inspired by Our Past, Designed for Our Future

“What a century it has been,” says Leslie Burns, chair of the Department of Design and Human Environment. “From our humble beginnings teaching sewing and home decorating to now being one of the top research programs in the country, we are definitely inspired by our past and designed for our future.”

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Our most important triumphs are failures that never occur

“Of all the fields that relate to health practice, public health is the only one that focuses primarily on prevention.”

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Swimming with Sam

“Jeff Collins is living the goal of IMPACT – finding his niche and passion and working to his full potential as part of the community and his peer group”