Steve Duckworth is the University Archivist for OHSU’s Historical Collections & Archives. He holds an MLIS from Drexel University and also serves as a lecturer in archives programs for Emporia State University and Rutgers University. Previous positions include processing archivist positions for the University of Florida (Gainesville), the National Park Service (Anchorage, AK), and the PACSCL Hidden Collections project (Philadelphia, PA). His efforts focus on accessibility and usability of archives, highlighting hidden figures and underrepresented populations, and mentoring archives students and new professionals through an ethic of care lens.
Nathalie McDowell Johnson (1959-)
Dr. Nathalie McDowell Johnson, a dancer and physician, moved to Oregon to focus on women’s breast health and cancer education. She is known for her empathetic treatment style, based in large part on her personal experience with cancer. A practicing surgical oncologist, Johnson is the medical director of Legacy Cancer …
Walter C. Reynolds (1920–2020)
Walter Cornelius Reynolds was the first African American graduate of the University of Oregon Medical School (now Oregon Health & Science University) and one of only two Black doctors practicing in Portland in the mid-twentieth century. A clinical assistant professor of family planning at Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU), …