In The News

President Schill with students on move-in day
July 1

‘Disarmingly charming,’ Schill wins praise after first year

The UO's new president brings a "breath of fresh air" to campus, a profile article says
UO political science professor Alison Gash
June 29

UO professor demands change for LGBTQ equality after Orlando

Gash is concerned that the Orlando shooting was fostered by a political climate that allows LGBTQ individuals to be “routinely vilified”
The HEDCO Building on the UO campus
June 29

Newspapers note latest gift to historic UO fundraising campaign

Both The Register-Guard and The Oregonian covered the endowment gift to the HEDCO Clinic at the UO
Runners at the UO
June 28

Run with a Researcher interview featured on Eugene television

Counseling psychology professor Elizabeth Skowron talks about the daily runs during the Olympic Trials
Leslie Leve of the College of Education
June 27

UO professor weighs in on spanking and aggression

Leslie Leve provides expert commentary on aggressive behavior in children
Hongmi Lee (far left) and Brice Kuhl (second from right) with other lab members.
June 20

UO researcher's mind-reading study draws media coverage

Brice Kuhl used fMRI to explore facial recognition patterns in a project that conjures our abilities to read the minds of others
Tim Duy
June 14

UO's Tim Duy says Fed unlikely to hike rates this summer

The UO economist said the data needed to justify higher rates hasn't surfaced yet
Erica Hartmann
June 10

Antibacterials may do more harm than good, UO scientist says

Erica Hartmann says the ubiquitous hand gels may just make bateria stronger
UO chemistry professor Geri Richmond
June 9

Geri Richmond urges more steps to weed out bias in science

Richmond says implicit bias still works against women and scientists from other nations
Tim Duy
June 7

UO economist talks about Oregon unemployment in WSJ

Tim Duy says the numbers are good, but maybe not as good as some suggest