In The News

Nicole Dahmen
September 16

Facebook news feeds may be changing history, prof writes

Journalism professor Nicole Dahmen says the website's news feed may mask important issues
University of Oregon sign near campus entrance
August 23

UO sees budget challenges, but not a current shortfall

This year's budget is balanced, but rising employee costs will bring difficult issues
Matthew Halls conducting an orchestra and chorus at the the Oregon Bach Festival.
August 19

Oregon Bach Festival attracts 20,000 people in 2016

The annual celebration of Bach’s work continues to garner international recognition, year after year.
Sanjay Srivastava
August 15

A funny thing happened on the way to the psych study

Seeing a need for a humorous timeout in the serious subject of psychology studies, UO professor Sanjay Srivastava cam
SOJC student Christian Hartwell interviewing a protester in Argentina.
August 15

Study abroad teaches SOJC students real-world lessons

The trip included a visit to newspaper offices recently trashed by armed thugs trying to silence the publication
Ben Hansen
August 10

Study on 'ban the box' rules cited in multiple news stories

The study raises questions about the effectiveness of limiting criminal history questions on job applications
Vinyl record on a turntable
July 22

KWVA catches some airwaves with its new EMU studio

New KWVA studio gives student broadcasters a tailor-made space
Jennifer Freyd
July 22

Sincere apologies are healing, UO psychologist tells Verily

Jennifer Freyd helps probe the wisdom of "forgive and forget" in a feature story in a magazine devoted to empowering women
Chris Minson
July 21

Hot stuff: UO's Chris Minson discusses heat and training

Minson is quoted in an Outside magazine story about athletes who train in hot weather
Line drawing made by a child in art therapy
July 21

Art as therapy is featured in article about JSMA programs

The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art has many programs that help children and adults through art therapy

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