In The News

A total solar eclipse
May 3

Astronomers looking for the top spots to spend eclipse day

The UO's Scott Fisher wants to be sure he is in the zone of 100 percent totality for the Aug. 21 event
Kyu Ho Youm
May 3

Court gag orders could be unconstitutional, UO prof says

Kyu Ho Youm, a journalism professor and First Amendment scholar, questioned Deschutes County's use of the orders
Jon Erlandson of the UO Museum of Natural and Cultural History
April 28

UO's Erlandson questions new finding on peopling of Americas

The archaeologist says the idea of humans arriving 130,000 years ago needs much more support
The Duck Store
April 25

Duck Store incubator's business-boosting program spotlighted

The program helps new entrepreneurs get a leg up in the business development world
Newspapers on a table
April 24

Media week: UO scholars in the news in the past week

Journalists sought out UO scholars to share expertise on a range of subjects
Children at school
April 19

UO researcher questions use of public funds for charter schools

Gordon Lafer, of the Labor Education Research Center, looked at spending in California
Students in Sports Product Management
April 18

Article highlights UO's Sports Product Management program

The website Sole Collector profiles the UO program and its success with students
Road signs reading Economy and Environment
April 18

Law prof says green investing can help the bottom line

Susan Gary writes about environmentally conscious investing in a Register-Guard op-ed
EPA head Scott Pruitt
April 18

SOJC profs say EPA cuts would hurt at-risk communities

Deborah Morrison and Nicole Dahmen say the Trump budget endanger the poor, native communities
Newspapers stacked on a laptop
April 11

Media week: UO scholars in the news during the past week

Faculty experts fielded questions about many topics from numerous media outlets

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