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Vineet Bhagwat
April 11

Studies by two UO professors referenced in Businessweek article

Studies by Vineet Bhagwat and Stephen McKeon in the Lundquist College of Business were recently featured in an article for Businessweek
A competitor pitches his venture during the elevator round (Photo from @OregonNVC)
April 4

KGW-TV highlights 23rd Oregon New Venture Championship

The Lundquist College of Business’ Oregon New Venture Championship helps graduate students make their business plans a reality
Judith Hibbard
April 1

Wall Street Journal looks at Judith Hibbard's 'PAM'

The Wall Street Journal featured a story focused on the Patient Activation Measure developed by a team led by the UO's Judith Hibbard
Stephanie LeMenager
April 1

New York Times features UO's new 'climate fiction' course

New York Times education writer Richard Perez-Pena writes about the UO graduate-level course "The Cultures of Climate Change" in the newspaper's March 31 issue
Ilya Bindeman
March 31

NSF story showcases the work of UO's Bindeman

Ilya Bindeman's research on the Yellowstone supervolcano featured on National Science Foundation website
UO School Psychology Program's Early Literacy Research Team
March 26

Oregonian: UO's school psychologist doctoral program fourth-least-expensive

Oregonian story cites ranking of top school psychology programs by the online site Best Psychology Degrees
March 20

UO faculty weigh in on concussions

Two members of the Center for Brain Injury Research and Training have penned a guest commentary in the Register-Guard on concussions
Bettina Cornwell
March 18

Washington Post covers UO research on serving water with veggies

Research from Lundquist professor Bettina Cornwell provides basis for Washington Post story on kids and veggies
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"

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