In The News

UO political science professor Joe Lowndes
May 12

Joe Lowndes talks politics with Newsweek and Al Jazeera

The UO political science professor talks about Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump in a pair of interviews
Marketing professor Aparna Sundar
May 11

Aparna Sundar talks about color and consumer with Forbes

In an interview with Forbes, Sundar talks about using color to influence consumer perception
UO political science professor Alison Gash
May 11

UO professor interviewed on gender and bathrooms on public radio

Gash said the controversy around gender-neutral bathrooms is part of a long-running backlash against the LGBTQ community
The entrance to 942 Olive, the UO's new innovation hub in downtown Eugene
May 10

UO's new hub for innovation featured in Register-Guard

The building will be home to two UO programs, the university’s Product Design Program and Tyler Invention Greenhouse.
Shorebird on the Copper River delta
May 6

MediaShift spotlights SOJC climate program in Alaska

The Science and Memory Project teaches students how to report on complex topics in science
UO advertising professor Deborah Morrison
May 5

Today's graduates embrace multiple job titles, UO prof says

Deb Morrison calls for ad agencies to embrace a new trend away from single-subject job descriptions
The women's a cappella group Divisi performing
May 4

Divisi scores for women's a cappella and lands on ESPN

The article follows Divisi as the group competed in the finals of their first International Competition of Collegiate A Cappella.
Students in a UO science lab
May 4

Sky high: UO featured in United Airlines magazine

The issue highlights UO programs such as Sustainable City Year and its track heritage.
UO President Michael Schill
May 2

President Schill talks about realignment with the Chronicle

The president discusses recent decisions on marketing and the UO's $2 billlion fundraising campaign in a video interview.
UO business professor Troy Campbell
April 22

UO prof sees way to win over climate change deniers

One way to get climate change opponents to support solutions to the problem is to reframe the threat, Campbell says.