UO researchers share expertise on COVID-19, April 12-16

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From the New York Times to the Washington Post, University of Oregon researchers have been at the forefront of media coverage around COVID-19 as journalists seek out experts on the national and world response, reaction and preparation for the virus.

Here are some of the stories featuring UO faculty members from the week of April 12-16:

From April 15:

What former foster children went through when the COVID-19 pandemic closed college campuses
The Conversation: Deanna Linville, associate professor and research scientist at the College of Education’s Center for Equity Promotion, co-authors a piece for The Conversation. The story was picked up by the following outlets: The Houston Chronicle, Beaumont Enterprise, Stamford Advocate, The Hour, Connecticut Post, Greenwich Time, Danbury News-Times, Associated Press, Financial Times

From April 13:

University of Oregon Theatre Adapts During COVID-19 Pandemic
Hult Center: Dorothee Ostmeier, UO Theatre Arts Department Head, is featured.

State record-keeping on vaccinations leads to patchwork approach
The Hill: PPPM professor Ben Clark provides expert commentary. 

COVID-19’s risk factors played hard on our psychology: How did we do?
The Denver Post: UO psychology professor Paul Slovic provides expert commentary. 

Oregon employers mull requiring COVID-19 vaccines
The Seattle Times: UO law professor Liz Tippett provides expert commentary. This story also appears in The Oregonian

How COVID-19 changed our streets
Oregon Public Broadcasting: PPPM professor Marc Schlossberg is featured. 

Oregon employers weigh requiring COVID vaccines
Oregon Public Broadcasting: UO law professor Liz Tippett provides expert commentary. The story originally ran on KLCC.