In The News

Jess Kokkeler
January 19

The week that was in social media, Jan. 14-19

Take a look at some of the social media posts from the UO over the past week
Damian Radcliffe, SOJC professor, working at a computer
January 19

Prof's 10 seminal moments in the history of audio storytelling

Journalism professor Damian Radcliffe identifies important moments in audio storytelling
Dan Tichenor
January 18

Prof comments on historical links to debate on legal immigration

Professor Dan Tichenor talks about the national-origins quotas in the 20th century
Law professor Liz Tippett
January 17

Legal reforms needed to counter workplace harassment

Law professor Elizabeth Tippett writes about cracks in workplace rules that let sexual harassment flourish
Jennifer Freyd
January 12

Professor describes how institutions betray sex assault victims

Psychology professor Jennifer Freyd writes about institutional betrayal and how it can be countered with courage
Flag with bitcoins
January 11

Can Venezuela really back a cryptocurrency with oil?

Finance professor Stephen McKeon questions whether the country will deliver for petro holders
Newspapers stacked on a laptop
January 8

Media week: UO scholars in the news in recent weeks

News outlets sought out UO experts on sexual harassment, volcanoes and other topics
UO geophysics professor Doug Toomey spoke about the need for an earthquake early warning system.
December 21

Early earthquake detection could save thousands, prof says

Professor Doug Toomey and seismic technician Leland O’Driscoll share their expertise with The Oregonian
A stack of newspapers
December 18

Media week: UO scholars in the news in recent weeks

UO researchers were featured in stories about the Alabama election, earthquake early warning and hand washing
UO political science professor Joe Lowndes
December 13

Moore's loss won't stop his firebrand politics, prof writes

Political science professor Joe Lowndes analyzes the election results in The Washington Post

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