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Phil Knight being interviewed for televsion (Photo credit: CBS News).
April 19

Phil Knight discusses new book on CBS Sunday Morning

The book recalls the days when Knight was selling his new athletic shoes from the trunk of an old Plymouth, which foreshadowed  the rise of Nike.
Leslie Leve, College of Education
April 11

Daily Mail covers early childhood research by UO prof

Story covers work by Leslie Leve that found some early childhood behaviors may be warning signs of antisocial problems later in life.
The Duck with a 3-on-3 tournament player in 2012
April 5

Youth basketball tourney gets time in the spotlight

Students in the Lundquist College of Business staged the fundraiser to benefit two local scholarship funds, one at KIDSPORTS and one at the UO.
UO doctoral student Ricardo Valencia
April 5

Washington Post highlights UO work on child immigration

Ricardo Valencia, a doctoral student in the School of Journalism and Communication, studies unaccompanied children who migrate to the United States.
Karen Guillemin
March 29

UO prof featured in Jefferson Public Radio interview

The interview will air live at 8:05 a.m. PDT on Tuesday. Listeners can tune in live or access an archived edition of the interview via the Jefferson Public...
RAIN Eugene Accelerator
March 24

UO students embracing entrepreneurial activities

A regular column in The Register-Guard highlights the work of students in UO entrepreneur programs and showcases efforts to connect the university to the...
Whitney Wagoner
March 23

Whitney Wagoner talks sports marketing with FOX Business

Wagoner, director of the Warsaw Sports Marketing Center in the Lunquist College of Business, told the website that sports and cars are a good mix.
Vice President for Equity and Inclusion Yvette Alex-Assensoh
March 17

U.S. needs new inspiration to keep its doors open

Vice President for Equity and Inclusion Yvette Alex-Assensoh writes about the need for a new generation of activists to protect 50 years of progress on access.
UO journalism professor Alex Tizon
March 15

Professor's story unravels an Alaskan mystery

Alex Tizon delves into the disappearance of two men and how the search to uncover their fate brings two families together in a strange and surprising way.
Postdoctoral researcher Erica Hartmann
March 3

UO researcher cooks up chemistry for kids

Hartman wrote "The Adventures of Meg A. Mole, Future Chemist," a child-friendly publication issued by the American Chemical Society.

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