UO researchers and scholars were recently featured in stories about sexual health and professional balance, the politics of the musical “Hamilton” and transgender bathroom policy, among others.
David Wagner, associate professor of management, recently co-authored a study on how sexual behavior at home can influence a person’s workplace productivity. The research was featured in dozens of outlets around the world, including in Forbes and New York Magazine.
Here are some other places where UO researchers were mentioned in the media:
- UO musicology professor Loren Kajikawa wrote an op-ed in The Register-Guard about politics in the hit Broadway musical Hamilton.
- Raghuveer Parthasarathy, an associate professor of physics at the UO, commented on a study about microbiome diversity in MIT News.
- UO political scientist Alison Gash updated a story for The Conversation that explains policies on transgender bathroom use.
- Bio-inspired designs by Beth Esponnette, assistant professor of product design, are featured in a story in Core77.
- Ben Clark, an associate professor of planning, public policy and management at the UO, provided expert commentary in Inside Nova’s story “Potomac Nationals stadium proposal nears 'best and final' pitch.”
- The UO’s Sustainable City Year Program announced its partnership with TriMet, the Portland region’s major transit agency, for the 2017-18 academic year in a story in Mass Transit Magazine.
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