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 June 22-26:
- Studying The "Exquisitely Sensitive” Perinatal Period During Pandemic
KLCC: UO psychology professor Jennifer Ablow is featured about her new research.
- “Years of potential life lost” is the most sobering and sad Covid-19 statistic I’ve seen
Vox: The story features research by UO psychology professor Paul Slovic.
- Trump’s latest immigration restriction exposes a key contradiction in policy
The Washington Post: UO history professor Julie Weise contributes an op-ed.
- Trump On Immigration: White House To Increase Restrictions On Guest Worker Programs
International Business Times: The story mentions an interview UO political scientist Dan Tichenor did with NPR.
- U.S. Immigration Crackdowns Not Unusual During Times Of Crisis
National Public Radio: UO political scientist Dan Tichenor is interviewed.
- National survey shows that social service nonprofits are trying to help more people on smaller budgets as the coronavirus pandemic and economic downturn unfold
The Conversation: UO PPPM professor Dyana Mason writes for The Conversation. The story was picked up by the following outlets: Lee Enterprises, Newsify, Flipboard, Houston Chronicle, Connecticut Post, Inoreader, Newsblur, Idaho Press-Tribune, The Hour.
- Liability Waivers For COVID-19 Are Popping Up Everywhere. What Do They Mean?
Wisconsin Public Radio: UO law professor Liz Tippett is interviewed. This request is the result of a piece Tippett wrote for The Conversation