In The News

U.S. Supreme Court chambers
July 6

Kennedy's retirement could hurt LGBT rights, prof's article says

Professor Allison Gash argues the justice's departure leaves LGBTQ rights on shaky ground
Chinese radio telescopes
July 5

Professor's article looks at the future of science in China

Richard Suttmeier says politics plays a bigger role in Chinese science than in many other nations
K-pop boy band BTS
June 27

K-pop could be America's next musical invasion, prof writes

Susanna Lim says the infectious pop from South Korea is catching on with mainstream listeners
Newspapers on a table
June 22

Media week: UO scholars in the news in recent weeks

UO experts were sought out for stories on immigration, archaeology and Facebook, among others
Image shows a view of San Miguel Island off California
June 16

UO archaeologists reveal story of 10,000-year-old remains

UO team worked with a Native American tribe studying the remains and returning them for burial
Dyana Mason
June 15

Professor publishes article on president's immigration policy

Dyana Mason writes about what happens to immigrant families under Trump’s new approach
Daniel Lowd
June 14

UO professor publishes article on Facebook's AI use

CIS professor Daniel Lowd has been published at numerous publications for his article on AI
Newspapers stacked on a laptop
June 6

Media week: UO scholars in the news in recent weeks

UO scholars were sought out for stories on Bill Clinton, cryptocurrency and charitable donations
A rainbow flag
June 4

UO professor explores LGBTQ violence in schools

Education professor Julie Heffernan surveyed 27,000 students on violence and bullying
Winter drainage at Fern Ridge west of Eugene exposes mud rocks to weathering
June 1

UO researchers uncover information on the birth of earth

Ilya Bindeman led researchers to discover more pieces to earth’s puzzling geologic history