With strong ties to both the UO and Nike, Ellen Schmidt-Devlin understands the powerful meaning behind the exclusive Women In Flight Title IX Jordan 1 Mids - and is committed to telling its story.
Women In Flight had the honored privilege of sitting down with former Olympian Jackie Joyner-Kersee to get her thoughts on Title IX, her personal journey, and her work to empower young students through sport.
Courtney Nagle is entering her 5th season as head coach of Oregon women's tennis program after leading her squad to the NCAA tournament for the 1st time since 2018 last season. As both a head coach and a mother to her daughter, she knows the importance that role models plays in developing young women.
Introducing the Women In Flight Title IX Air Jordan 1 Mid. Only two pairs exist in the entire world, designed by Elizabeth Brock-Jones and Kendal Bagby in collaboration with Tinker Hatfield, and representing the triumphs of women everywhere in honor of Title IX's 50th anniversary.
Seven recent and former female Ducks will return to Hayward Field for the World Athletics Championships held on U.S. soil for the very 1st time!
Experiential learning is an invaluable asset for career development. A group of student-athletes interacted with real professionals in various industries as part of the LA Experience, an Oregon-led trip to the City of Angels full of networking, programming, and adventure.
Sports have been a part of Jordan's life since the very beginning. As a now Oregon alum, she looks back on her time at UO and how soccer shaped her into the person she is today.
While we've already been celebrating 50 years of Title IX for the past six months, June 23rd marks the anniversary date from when the legislation was passed into law in 1972. With this milestone, we honor both the progress made over the past 50 years and highlight the need for initiatives like Women In Flight that provide opportunities and support women in sport.
Learn how a group of students in AHA, UO's full-service, student-run ad agency, took us on as a client to help bring the Go Do Anything campaign to life.
As a young girl, Abby always had an interest in science and a dream to one day work for NASA. Now, she is a postdoctoral scholar in the UO College of Arts and Sciences conducting research on Alzheimer's disease.