Run with a Researcher interview featured on Eugene television

Runners at the UO

Learn something cool from someone interesting while you do something fun. That’s the goal of a program called Run with a Researcher, a series of daily runs led by UO professors during the 2016 U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials.

Elizabeth Skowron, professor in counseling psychology and human services at the UO, joined Molly Blancett, media relations manager at the UO, on KEZI television to talk about the program. 

“The idea is to come out and have fun, and engage with us and talk about the kinds of work we’re doing,” Skowron said. 

The runs start at 8 a.m. July 1-10 (no runs July 4-5) from the UO Student Recreation Center.

For the full story, see Interview: Run with a Researcher.

Elizabeth Skowron is an Oregon expert on counseling psychology and prevention science, early childhood adversity and family-based interventions. Learn more about UO experts on the Media Relations website.