Senyo Ofori Parku
Guru Amar Khalsa
Jessica Hollowell Thurman
Mary Jane Schulte
Torsten Kejllstrand, Professor of Practice Filmmaker and Visual Storyteller
Mark Blaine, Senior Instructor II Former Director of Journalism and Science Initiative Leader
Dan Morrison, Senior Instructor Visual Journalist
Deborah Morrison, Carolyn Chambers Distinguished Professor of Advertising
SOJC Director of Advertising
Juan-Carlos Molleda, Edwin Artzt Dean and Professor, SOJC
Lauren Wilcox, Senior Development Director, SOJC
Scott Chambers, SOJC Partner & U of O Alum
Kelsey Bruner, University of Colorado journalism student intern
Artie Farkas, Sound Technician
Clint Willson, Mike N. Dooley Professor, Director of the Center for River Studies,
Louisiana State University
Troy Elias, SOJC Assistant Professor
Ed Madison, SOJC Assistant Professor
Pam Cressall, SOJC Alum and Videographer/Producer
Dean Molleda with students Anna Rath & Abbie Winn on Sheridan Glacier
Scott Chambers enjoying the views.
Lauren Wilcox brought green and yellow to the glacier.
Troy Elias and Ed Madison photograph the scenery on a walk into town as they discuss the political ramifications of climate change.
Pam Cressall returned to Alaska in 2016 as an alumni after the original 2014 trip.
Assistant Professor Troy Elias makes his first ever s'more.
Kelsey Brunner photographing Sheridan Glacier.
Professor Clint Willson sitting by Sheridan Glacier, reading something scholarly.
Artie Farkas, skipping rocks at the lake in front of Sheridan Glacier.
Dan Morrison, contemplating
This project began in 2013 as a “climate reporting project” to explore climate issues in the Pacific Northwest. In our first year, as we stood in the Orca Adventure Lodge bunkhouse and looked at the range of stories, faculty leaders realized two connected themes grew from the work: scientific fact and human experience. Our project offered a perspective of how the world is understood, through science and through memory. Thus, the name was born.
Science & Memory has been a labor of love by students and faculty from the beginning. All of the assets – words, images, art – are produced by students and faculty working together. To list credits for each, to name each of the people who worked in Alaska and in Eugene would be a formidable task. Over one hundred students have contributed in some way. But a few should be named here because of their investment and beyond obligation work ethic.