In The News

Jason Stenson of the Energy Studies in Buildings Laboratory checks the equipment inside the ESBL Climate Chamber
January 25

Science Friday chases bugs with look at UO research

The popular NPR program will feature research from the UO on microbial clouds and antibiotic-resistent pathogens found in dust.
Marc Schlossberg
January 22

Schlossberg talks bicycles vs. cars in Israel

The UO professor of city and regional planning is at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology on a Fulbright fellowship.
Steven Beda
January 21

Malheur occupation isn't the first for Oregon, UO's Beda says

An effort in the 1940s to suceed from Oregon and California to form the state of Jefferson echoes the events in Malheur County.
UO sociology professor Kari Marie Norgaard
January 19

UO’s Norgaard writes on sociology and climate change in CHE

In a commentary article, she says the natural sciences need help from sociology to understand the implications of climate change.
Ken Prehoda in his lab
January 13

UO's Prehoda talks cells and life on Think Out Loud

In a recent paper, Prehoda found that all multicellular life started through a single genetic mutation more than 600 million years ago.
Professor emeritus of psychology Marjorie Taylor
January 8

Unicorns, elves and dolphins: Marjorie Taylor on imaginary friends

The UO's Taylor, an emeritus professor of psychology, is described as the 'world's foremost expert on imaginary friends' in the UK's The Globe and Mail.
Lisa Calevi
January 6

UO’s Lisa Calevi promotes study abroad on The Street

The financial website The Street interviewed UO Global Education Oregon manager Lisa Calevi for a story on study abroad.
Troy Campbell
January 5

UO professor writes about Sanders, Trump and politics

Marketing professor Troy Campbell says both men are tapping into deeply held beliefs people were once afraid to voice.
Polly Irungu
January 5

The power of napping: UO student writes about the Nap Map

Student writer Polly Irungu explains the benefits of occasional napping and shows nap-friendly locations on the UO campus.
December 15

Sheine talks about cross-laminated timber in The Guardian

Sheine talked about the benefits of cross-laminate timber, a product being explored at the National Center for Advanced Wood Products.