In The News

Paul Slovic
October 27

UO's Slovic tackles Ebola fears in Washington Post article

Paul Slovic has been quoted widely in the media about why people fear the Ebola virus despite the low risk of encountering it
Ed Madison
October 24

New video workshop gets attention for digital storytelling

The Digital Skills Workshop offers a new way to teach teachers how to use technology to help students meet new Common Core standards
October 24

Rawlins on writing: Don't let college essays drive you nuts

UO admissions director Jim Rawlins is featured in a USA Today article that offers high school students tips for writing a good admissions essay
Paul Slovic
October 8

UO psychologist discusses risk in Oregonian story on Ebola

While the odds of infection are low, people's perceptions are driven by 'our gut feelings,' says Paul Slovic
Robert and Beverly Lewis Center for Neuroimaging
October 6

Neuroscience proposal is the latest in RG series on clusters

The Neurons to Mind proposal would help cement the UO's standing as a leader in the field and allow it to reach new heights
October 3

Forbes calls AD Rob Mullens the man behind the Ducks

An article called Mullens one of the top college sports executives and someone who is helping shape the field nationally
October 2

UO tops list of most influential colleges in Oregon

The ranking by the higher education website Noodle.com adds to the university's rankings in other state and national metrics
October 1

UO gets nod for sports product programs in Portland

A story in The Oregonian highlights the university's efforts to expand its sports product programs and become a national leader
The HEDCO Building on the UO campus
September 29

Education cluster hire proposal featured in The Register-Guard

Story outlines plan to boost the College of Education with new faculty hires to maintain and expand its expertise in a variety of fields
September 26

UO athletics make Top Ten list of most economically efficient

The list measures which schools win the most championships for the least amount of money and is prepared by Texas A&M University

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