"O" E-clips: highlights of media coverage involving the UO and its faculty and staff

UO E-Clips is a report prepared by Public Affairs Communications summarizing current news coverage of the University of Oregon.

Media Mentions for June 16

UO Graduation Day 101
KEZI: The University of Oregon estimates 35,000 visitors for Monday’s graduation ceremonies.

Screen Reading Retention
YouBeauty.com: A UO study found that subjects remembered more stories when reading the print edition of the New York Times as opposed to the website.

6 Oregon firms chosen for National Innovation Summit
Oregon Business Report: The University of Oregon will join six technology companies and other universities to present their ideas for new technologies at the third National Innovation Summit in Washington, D.C.

Media Mentions for June 15

UO International Student Athlete Graduates With Honors
KLCC 98.7: Rabea Stueckeman played on the Ducks' tennis team with a full-ride scholarship and is now graduating from the Clark Honors College with a double major in journalism and advertising and a minor in French.

Girls get into Science
The Register-Guard: The UO Women in Graduate Sciences program partners with local organizations to organize a program that encourages scientific appreciation among young women.

Media Mentions for June 14

Cheserek's freshman year at Oregon: 'Freaking phenomenal'
Portland Tribune:  Since he enrolled at Oregon in the fall, Cheserek has won the NCAA cross-country championship, the 3,000 and 5,000 titles at the NCAA Indoor Championships and, just Wednesday, the NCAA 10,000 outdoor crown at Hayward.

Oregon men are the 2014 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field National Champions, women finish third
Daily Emerald: As the day came to a close at Historic Hayward Field, the Oregon Duck men celebrated as they were crowned the 2014 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field National Champions.

Will Girls Ever Rock Misophonia Research?
Psychology Today
:  UO Doctoral candidate Rosemary Bernstein and Professor Heidemarie Laurent discuss the barriers women face in misophonia research.

NYCC SE 2014: Reimagining the Female Hero Panel - Top Creators on Top Character's Evolution
At the 2014 New York Comic Con UO professor Ben Saunders moderates a panel discussing the changing roles of female heroes in comics.

Late Media Mentions for June 13

Why more American dads are choosing to stay home
Provost Scott Coltrane weighs in on the discussion of an increasing trend of stay at home fathers.  

UO Board of Trustees prepare for sovereignty from the Oregon University System
Daily Emerald: In preparation for leaving the OUS, the board is adopting all applicable OUS rules, then gradually making changes and improvements over time.

As students move out, volunteers move in
As University of Oregon students move out of campus dorms, volunteers move in to gather donations for the Springfield Public Schools Brattain House.