UO researchers and scholars were recently featured in stories about alcohol consumption while pregnant, product design, EPA cuts and the Boston Marathon, among others.
A new paper on by UO health economist Gulcan Cil earned national media attention. Her research found that warning labels about drinking while pregnant are working. The news appeared in dozens of media outlets, including Health, Fit Pregnancy and Philly.com.
Here are some other places where UO researchers were mentioned in the media:
- Racked, an outlet covering national retail, interviewed UO product design professor Beth Esponnette about 3D printing from home. A similar story appeared in Yahoo! Canada Finance.
- UO law professor Liz Tippett was quoted in the Wall Street Journal about the potential consumer harms of mass ads soliciting lawsuit participants.
- Deb Morrison and Nicole Dahmen, both professors of journalism, wrote a piece for The Conversation titled In planned EPA cuts, US to lose vital connection to at-risk communities. The story was picked up by dozens of other outlets, including the Associated Press, SF Gate and San Antonio Express-News.
- Dahmen also co-authored a piece with UO psychology professor Paul Slovic about the effects of an image for The Conversation. The story, How much power can an image actually wield?, was picked up by the Associated Press.
- UO marketing professor Lynn Kahle talked to Wallet Hub about the economic impact of the Boston Marathon.
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