Science & Memory Science & Memory is a project of the University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communication with a mission to tell complex stories of climate and environment throughout the Pacific Northwest and beyond. Faculty and students explore topics focusing on complexity in the environment such as salmon and other species, human experience in a changing world, resiliency, and environmental issues related to climate. Our goals are threefold: • use the journalistic, creative, and strategic tools of our professions to produce thoughtful and crafted work for audience understanding
 • connect complex issues through innovative scholarship and research and through compelling story forms
 • provide unparalleled experiential learning for students that will better prepare them for career and life
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Andrea Willingham Brian Amdur Dan Morrison Emma Pindell Karly DeWees KJ Hellis Madison Cameron Mackenzie Moran Miro Merrill Paige DePaepe TJ Daniel Will Saunders Talia Berniker Kevin Camacho Sam Coffaro Gabi DaSilva Allison DelFium Lauren Fields August Frank Rhianna Gelhart Gabi Gomez Ashley Graves Katey Harris Emily Haugbro Sydney Humble Kara Jenness Hannah Lewman Roy Liu Ian McTigue Brittany Smith Chloe Spencer Natalie Waitt-Gibson Zishan Wang Emilie Weiss Ben White Andy Abyeta Arty Farkas Ben McBee Breanne Schell Clint Wilson Emma Pindell Evan Norton Hayla Beck Jen Jackson Karly Dewees Kelsey Brunner Kyra Bailey Maria Kjellstrand Mel Burke Miro Merrill Nick Walcott Paige DePaepe Sierra Morgan Spencer Orofino Taylor Richmond Will Saunders Adrian Garcia Alex Morrison Elora Overbey Grant Lemons Guru Amar Khalsa Helen Torney Jesse Crowell Jessica Hollowell Thurman Julia Reihs Julianne Parker Kevin Mataraci Lili Bayarmagnai Madison Kirby Mary Jane Schulte Mel Burke Mike Hobitzal Monica Sagowitz Pam Cressal Ryan Hagan Taylor Richmond
Faculty Team Torsten Kjellstrand Marquis Blaine Dan Morrison Deb Morrison
Ed Madison Troy Elias Artie Farkas, SOJC Operations and Sound Engineer Clint Willson, LSU Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering Guest Faculty

Assistant Professor Troy Elias and Professor Ed Madison photograph the scenery on a walk into town as they discuss the political ramifications of climate change.

Troy Elias gets the "gram.

Assistant Professor Troy Elias makes his first ever s'more.

The 4th of July celebration on Main Street in Cordova, 2016.

Professor Clint Wilson sitting by Sheridan Glacier, reading something scholarly.

Artie Farkas, skipping rocks at the lake in front of Sheridan Glacier.

Dan Morrison, contemplating pensively.

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