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 May 25-29:
- This Week in Tech: A Floating 3D Printed House in Prague
Architect Magazine: The story mentions research by Kevin Van den Wymelenberg, associate professor of architecture and director, Biology and the Built Environment Center, Leslie Dietz, Wet Lab manager, and Mark Fretz, research assistant professor of architecture.
- People must regain control over food supply chain after coronavirus, says new U.N. envoy
Reuters: UO law professor Michael Fakhri provides expert commentary. The story was picked up by dozens of other media outlets.
- How the coronavirus exacerbated Oregon’s bitter political divide
New Yorker: UO political scientist Joe Lowndes and PPPM professor Benjamin Clark provide expert commentary.
- 3 Ways Scientists Think We Could De-Germ a Covid-19 World
Wired: Kevin Van den Wymelenberg, associate professor of architecture and director, Biology and the Built Environment Center, is interviewed.
- The Finance 202: Stocks keep climbing as hopeful investors look past the pandemic's economic toll
Washington Post: UO economist Tim Duy is featured.
- CAFE 541: Matt’s Picks: A last list of solely COVID-19 lockdown activities?
The Register-Guard: The story mentions the College of Design’s Center for Art Research.
- Coronavirus: Can we stay safe as lockdown eases?
BBC: Kevin Van den Wymelenberg, associate professor of architecture and director, Biology and the Built Environment Center, is interviewed. The research is also mentioned in a story in The Oregonian.
- Why Native Americans took Covid-19 seriously: 'It's our reality'
The Guardian: UO history professor Jeffrey Ostler provides expert commentary.
- Why stores are saying “hero bonus” instead of “hazard pay”
Marketplace: UO law professor Liz Tippett is interviewed.
- 8 great online learning resources for journalists and journalism educators
Medium: UO journalism professor Damian Radcliffe writes for Medium.
- Editorial: Setting a course for economic revival in Oregon
The Oregonian: The story mentions research by UO economist Tim Duy.
- Holding an election in middle of pandemic
Colorado Springs Gazette: UO political scientist Priscilla Southwell provides expert commentary. This story originally ran in High Country News.
- UO's HEDCO Clinic offers family services during COVID-19
KVAL/KMTR: Beth Stormshak, head of Counseling Psychology and Human Services, is featured.
- Coronavirus, underlying issues drive fruit packing house workers to strike
Spokesman Review, via the Yakima Herald-Republic: Bob Bussel, director of the Labor Education and Research Center, provides expert commentary.
- The Common Application Introduces an Optional Covid-19 Writing Section
Forbes: The story mentions a previous interview with Jim Rawlins, assistant vice president and director of admissions.