In The News

'For rent' sign
June 9

Student advocates for rent stability in op-ed article

Aurora Laybourn-Candlish writes in support of a tenant's rights law
Erlandson on the Channel Islands
June 8

Professor unearths new evidence of early human presence

The UO's Jon Erlandson found ancient stone tools on one of California's Channel Islands
Hands holding globe
June 6

Law professor talks about the economic upside to clean energy

Greg Dotson says some states are generating billions in economic value and jobs
Leslie Leve of the College of Education
June 6

Research teams in better position to find grant success

The UO's Leslie Leve says interdisciplinary work can draw funding when solo researchers struggle
Skyline image of Portland
June 1

UO faculty member discusses history of racism in Portland

Instructor Randy Blazak does research on hate crimes and hate groups
Paul Slovic at his desk
June 1

UO's Paul Slovic interviewed on the response to terrorism

The UO psychology professors talks with Newsweek about differing reactions to attacks
'Storyteller' sculpture of Ken Kesey in downtown Eugene
June 1

UO Libraries, profs in the spotlight on C-SPAN2 this weekend

A television crew visited campus in April to gather footage for the episodes
Veteran holding head in hands
May 24

Article looks at the role of 'moral injury' in veteran suicides

Professor Holly Arrow and doctoral student William Shumacher write in The Conversation
Michael Raymer (left) and Andy Marcus in their lab.
May 24

Is the U.S. falling behind in the race for quantum computing?

Physicist Michael Raymer believes greater investment would pay big dividends
Cris Niell
May 19

Research on mindfulness and mice featured in New York Times

Work by UO neuroscientist Cris Niell explores how meditation affects health