In The News

An architect's rendering of the new Hayward Field.
April 20

The Week That Was in Social Media, April 13-19

Our top social posts of the week included the unveiling of the new Hayward Field
Researchers install undersea monitoring equipment in Antarctica.
April 13

The Week That Was in Social Media, April 7-12

Top social posts of the week include a UO researcher leading a team that installed undersea monitoring equipment in Antarctica
Law professor Liz Tippett
April 12

Secrecy rules can put lawyers in the hot seat, prof writes

In an article for The Conversation, Liz Tippett writes about the reasons for attorney-client privilege, and its pitfalls
Newspapers on a table
April 11

Media week: UO scholars in the news in recent weeks

UO experts were interviewed on topics ranging from virtual shoe testing to climate change
One student cuts a baseboard while aother prepares another baseboard for cutting.
April 6

The Week That Was in Social Media, March 31-April 6

The start of spring term, OregonBILDS and how students spent spring break were among our top social posts
Yellowstone National Park.
March 30

The week that was in social media, March 24-30

Oregon women making the Elite Eight for the second year in a row was among the top posts
Nicole Dahmen
March 30

Professor on school shootings and photojournalism ethics

Photojournalism professor Nicole Dahmen wrote about the use of graphic photos of school shootings
Newspapers stacked on a laptop
March 30

Media week: UO scholars in the news in recent weeks

UO experts provided commentary on tariffs, behavior change, gun laws and other topics
Tablet computer open to news site
March 29

Journalism professor says paying for your news is important

Damian Radcliffe spoke with the Daily Mail UK about the growing trend of online news paywalls
Data Center
March 27

Data ethics needed to protect democracy, prof writes in op-ed

Philosophy and ethics professor Colin Koopman calls for a new ethos of data science before it’s too late

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