In The News

Angela Joya
February 19

UO professor's thoughts on ISIS land in national conversation

Angela Joya discusses how ISIS attracts young fighters in an article for the academic website The Conversation.
Brad Foley
February 10

UO featured in Chronicle article on resource budgeting method

The article uses the UO as an example of how resource-centered management can boost funding.
Connie Ballmer
February 9

Search committee discusses confidentiality in op-ed article

Committee Chair Connie Ballmer also pledges to keep the selection process transparent and provide ongoing updates on progress.
Bill Walton with student Leah Braunstein
February 5

Library fan Bill Walton stops by the UO to see Kesey collection

In town to broadcast the men's basketball game, Walton joins two former Merry Pranksters for the library visit.
February 3

NY Times story features UO map of mule deer migration routes

The UO's InfoGraphics Lab is working with universities and agencies in Wyoming on an atlas of wildlife migration.
Arnold Ismach
January 16

Former journalism school dean Arnold Ismach dies at age 84

Ismach led the School of Journalism and Communication from 1985 to 1994 and was known for his civic engagement and good humor.
January 15

UO's Erlandson and Jenkins land in National Geographic story

Their research on the Channel Islands and in Oregon's Paisley Caves add to emerging new debate on the first Americans.
Marcus Mariota
January 14

Mariota makes it official: His next stop is the NFL

The UO's record-setting quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner says he will not return next year and will enter the NFL draft
January 14

Articles say the UO comes out a winner despite football loss

The university's effort to build name recognition through its athletics program has succeeded, news reports say.
Helen Neville
January 12

National Geographic focus on 'Baby Brains' taps UO research

Project involving Head Start led by Helen Neville is among examples of research focusing on poverty, brain development.

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