Academics and Research

Image from a fishing boat shows bycatch species hauled in with targeted fish species
March 16

Changes in ocean fishing could save some species from extinction

A UO-led study finds mammals, turtles and birds caught by mistake would benefit from reforms
Lisa Heyamoto
March 9

UO team asks Americans how to restore trust in the media

Journalism instructors Lisa Heyamoto and Todd Milbourn look behind the low approval numbers
Childen at day care
March 8

Early career researchers face a childcare-conference conundrum

UO's Nicole Swann says family needs too often derail professional visibility of women scientists
Volunteers remove debris from a collapsed building in Mexico City after the Sept. 19, 2017 Puebla earthquake
March 7

Earthquake study by UO scientist will help his native Mexico

Diego Melgar experienced the 1985 quake and is now helping Mexico track a new fault line
Father and son rescued after Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico
March 6

Symposium will focus on migration across the Americas

The Center for Latino/a and Latin American Studies will host the March 8 event
Hunting with eagles in Krygyzstan
February 27

UO anthropologists to lead new field school in Kyrgyzstan

Work by Jeanne McLaughlin, Pat O’Grady and their students will help preserve the nation’s history
Artist image of Knight Campus interior
February 26

Internship program marks a step forward for the Knight Campus

Two existing master's-level programs have been combined under the Knight Campus banner
Image shows the Olympic rings in front of a stadium
February 23

Olympic sponsors must be on top of their game to be remembered

UO prof T. Bettina Cornwell probes how consumers remember, right or wrong, who sponsored an event
Girls using technology at a conference in London in 2016
February 22

Now is the time to push research on the teen years, profs say

UO psychologist Nick Allen takes the lead on a call for investments in adolescents to support teens
Recent wildfire in the American West
February 21

New fuel added to a hot debate about ice age extinctions

Jon Erlandson found evidence of massive fires in North America that may have followed a comet strike