In The News

March 18

KVAL covers UOPD lieutenant with Unity Tour

The television network features Lt. Andy Bechdolt, who will ride in his third Police Unity Tour to honor those who have died in the line of duty
Jim Rawlins
March 7

UO admissions director's comments on SAT changes go nationwide

Jim Rawlins, former president of the National Association for College Admission Counseling, called changes "potentially helpful and useful"
UO President Michael Gottfredson receives Evans Scholarship plaque
March 4

UO's Evans Scholarship House makes multiple RG headlines

The newspaper publishes two-story package about 58-year scholar relationship between UO and Western Golf Association
Elliot Berkman
February 28

Berkman talks 'brain training' on The Academic Minute

UO psychology professor discusses "brain training" on northeastern Public Radio network's "The Academic Minute"
February 27

UO E-Clips: Media mentions through February 27, 2014

UO Service Learning Program hosts panel of advocates for unique gift economy; Elliot Berkman explains stance on brain training tools.
February 26

UO E-Clips: Media mentions through February 26, 2014

Controversial activist Keith Lierre to speak at Environmental Law Conference, Tim Gleason comments on pending legislation.
Men's Journal
February 24

Richard Chartoff featured in Men’s Journal story

UO chemistry professor was recently featured in a Men's Journal article about building a better condom
February 21

UO E-Clips: Media mentions through February 21, 2014

The unique sport Kendo is practiced on UO's campus and local comedians perform for the Quackin' Me Up Comedy series.
February 21

UO E-Clips: Media mentions for Feb. 20, 2014

The Evans Scholars Foundation announcement, a physics instructor tackles the issue of women in STEM fields and local law enforcement work with UO Police
February 20

UO honors college student makes legislative appeal for Chapman renovation

The senior from Medford tells legislators that improvements to Chapman Hall are needed for the honors college to continue attracting Oregon's best

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