UO researchers and scholars were featured in stories about music habits of soldiers, diabetes, new religious movements, climate change lawsuits, masculinity, women in STEM and President-elect Trump’s Twitter habits.
UO folklore and English professor Lisa Gilman discussed her book on listening habits of U.S. troops in Iraq and Afghanistan on Oregon Public Broadcasting’s Think Out Loud. The interview also aired on other NPR affiliates around the region.
Here are some other places where UO researchers were mentioned in the media:
- Research by UO biologist Karen Guillemin and doctoral student Jennifer Hampton Hill was featured in ScienceDaily and EurekAlert!.
- UO sociologist Marion Goldman was quoted in New York Magazine’s story To Understand Pizzagate, It Helps to Understand Cults.
- UO law professor Mary Wood and post-graduate research fellow Charles W. Woodward IV, co-authored a piece on a climate change lawsuit for The Conversation. The piece was picked up by dozens of other outlets, including The Raw Story.
- Research by Tony Silva, a sociology doctoral student, was featured in a New York Magazine story on masculinity.
- Science News for Students interviewed Kelly Sutherland, a biology professor in the Clark Honors College, about her work with jellyfish.
- UO political scientist Joe Lowndes wrote about President-elect Donald Trump’s social media habits for The Huffington Post.
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