News Archive prior to Feb. 2015

Oregon study details brain pathways linking visual function, running

Findings, in mice, add fuel to evidence that processes governing active movement and sensory processing in the brain are tightly connected

UO’s Oregon Young Scholars Program on campus this week

For many high school students in Oregon, college preparation doesn’t begin until their senior year.

Emmy-winning journalist named Chair of Journalism Innovation and Civic Engagement at UO

Andrew DeVigal is also the first professor of practice in the School of Journalism and Communication

Sports science experts to meet at the University of Oregon

International event will draw clinicians and scientists together with coaches and athletes ahead of World Junior Track and Field Championships

UO researcher finds that kids who know fast-food brands weigh more

Study suggests that parents should use a 'first language' of food that has less fat, salt and sugar.

UO School of Journalism and Communication announces Hall of Achievement inductees, young alumnus winner

The University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communication (SOJC) has announced its 2014 Hall of Achievement (HOA) inductees, Dana Wade and Brent Walth, and this year’s recipient of the Eric Allen O

UO postdoc awarded $60,000 Knights Templar Career-Starter Grant

Wayne Tschetter is examining the development of neural circuits connecting the eye to the brain.

Knight Law Center awarded LEED Gold certification

The University of Oregon’s Knight Law Center makes changes to earn LEED certification

Sleep quality and duration improve cognition in aging populations

UO-led research finds women sleeping longer and struggling with quality

Paul J. Clifford named Associate Vice President of Advancement and Executive Director of the UOAA

He will oversee the UO alumni association, including membership, the annual giving and regional advancement programs