In The News

September 8

UO brain research cited in guest commentary on concussions

The work of UO researchers on the effects of sports-related concussions was cited in a weekend guest opinion article in The Register-Guard.
Geraldine Ondrizek's "Shades of White"
September 4

UO art exhibit featured in local write-up

The works by Geraldine Ondrizek reflect on notions of race tied to an infamous skin color chart used in the 1950s and 1960s
September 2

Genetics research is latest cluster to be featured in local news

The proposal by a group of four faculty members would give the university a boost in the area of cutting-edge research in genetics and epigenetics
Photo by Mark Reid
August 28

Law school photography exhibit attracts newspaper review

The show includes 34 large images drawn from nature, including rivers, landscapes and flowers and will run through the end of the year
August 25

Biological networks cluster featured in Register-Guard

Proposal would bring in additional faculty researchers to grow the UO's cutting-edge disease genetics program
Marcus Mariota
August 25

NYT calls Mariota a 'prototype quarterback' in weekend profile

The UO quarterback's journey from his home state of Hawaii to the Eugene campus and his hopes for the season are chronicled in the story
Paul Slovic
August 22

Paul Slovic discusses Ebola and public fears with NYT, NPR

The UO psychology professor discusses the 'dread factor' that deadly diseases create in the popular imagination and how that can cause overreaction
August 22

Movie spotlights UO's link to storied high school football team

'When the Game Stands Tall' opens in theaters this week and was shown to UO football players in the Hatfield-Dowlin Complex
August 21

Sexual Assault Review Panel Chair Mary Diets invites public input on KMTR

Diets invited the campus community to attend the Aug. 27 panel meeting and to provide comment during an interview with KMTR
Jon Erlandson
August 20

Erlandson's work in Channel Islands featured in LA Times

Erlandson has been studying the islands for more than 30 years, uncovering evidence of some of North America's earliest inhabitants