In The News

Erica Hartmann
June 10

Antibacterials may do more harm than good, UO scientist says

Erica Hartmann says the ubiquitous hand gels may just make bateria stronger
UO chemistry professor Geri Richmond
June 9

Geri Richmond urges more steps to weed out bias in science

Richmond says implicit bias still works against women and scientists from other nations
Tim Duy
June 7

UO economist talks about Oregon unemployment in WSJ

Tim Duy says the numbers are good, but maybe not as good as some suggest
Image shows the NemaMetrix’s ScreenChip system
June 7

UO biology spinout draws funds to expand its technology

UO faculty members Shawn Lockery and Janis Weeks developed the science behind the technology of Eugene-based NemaMetrix
UO architectural history professor Keith Eggener
June 7

UO prof interviewed on cemeteries as picnic grounds

The UO's Keith Eggener holds an endowed professorship in architectural history
Artist's rendering of new Berwick Hall exterior
May 25

Article features new campus home for Oregon Bach Festival

The Register-Guard story describes the building's features and the role of donors Phyllis and Andrew Berwick
Alexi Pappas at Hayward Field
May 24

Filmmaker and ex-UO runner Alexi Pappas profiled in NYT

The story looks at her upbringing in California and her struggle to balance her artistic interests with her running schedule
Mock trial teams huddle up before a December competition
May 20

Clark Honors College mock trial team featured in Register-Guard

Story previews a public event being held Saturday and details the team's history and new national recognition
Standing in front of a Shaker table are (from left) Chris Specce, Jonah Takagi, Dylan Davis, John Arndt, Wonhee Arndt, Darin Montgomery and Jean Lee.
May 17

New York Design Week features work by two UO professors

The Shaker-inspired work of professors John Arndt and Wonhee Arndt are discussed in two magazine articles
English professor Ben Saunders
May 12

Ben Saunders tells the tale of the JSMA EC comics exhibit

Comics aren’t all superheroes. They tell tales of crime, war, drama, horror and politics and they are about to take the UO campus by storm.

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