UO researchers share expertise on COVID-19, May 3-7

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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 May 3-7:

From May 7:

What will Utah look like after the pandemic? Panel offers insight into the future
KSL: Nico Larco, professor of architecture and urban design, is featured.

How can a one-minute kindergarten test help teachers tackle the ‘Covid slide?’
Dallas Morning News: UO education professor Gina Biancarosa is featured. 

‘Feel-Good Time’ Near Petco Park, But Other MLB Cities Far from Economic Hits
UO economist Tim Duy is quoted.

From May 6:

Oregon Grapevine: UO Survey on Family Life in the Pandemic
KLCC: UO psychology professor Phil Fisher is featured.

Moving College Rec Programming to Outdoor Spaces
Athletic Business: Brent Harrison, associate director for programs in Oregon's Department of Physical Education and Recreation, Cody Weaver, associate director of facilities, and Al Diaz, Al Diaz, assistant director for operations, are featured.

From May 3:

5 Nudges That Work Better Than a Vaccine Mandate, According to an Employment Law Expert
Inc.: The story mentions a piece UO law professor Liz Tippett wrote for The Conversation. 

Rethinking Streets During COVID-19
Capital Public Radio: PPPM professors Marc Schlossberg and Rebecca Lewis are featured.