The University of Oregon is the state's flagship institution, with alumni around the globe. It is among the 108 institutions chosen from 4,633 U.S. universities for top-tier designation of "Very High Research Activity" in the 2010 Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education. The UO also is one of two Pacific Northwest members of the Association of American Universities.
David M. and Nancy L. Petrone Faculty Scholar & Associate Professor, Department of Sociology and Director of Undergraduate Studies
Expert on sexuality, masculinity, gender, transgender issues, and body image, especially related to youth.
Gender Masculinity Bullying Lgbt
Associate Professor, Musicology and Ethnomusicology
Loren's main area of research and teaching is American music of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.
Protest Music American Ethnic Music Hip Hop Music Musicology
Assistant Professor, Department of Marketing, Sports Product Management
Expert in marketing, consumer behavior, product design and package design.
Marketing Consumer Behavior Product Design Package Design Food Labeling
Associate Professor, Department of History
Expert on immigration, Latino immigration, race and identity.
Race Immigration Latino Immigration Migration Identity Immigration Policy
Professor, Director of Clinical Training & Philip H. Knight Chair, Department of Psychology
Child psychology expert, focusing on early stressful experiences on the neurobiological and psychological development
Clinical Prevention Research Stress Neurobiology Executive Functioning Video Coaching Translational Neuroscience Child Maltreatment Foster Care
Department of Marketing
Expert in advertising and marketing, focusing on difficult and high context communications
Marketing Advertising Sponsorship Consumer Behavior Sports Marketing
Department of Physics, Center for High Energy Physics
Expert in physics and astronomy, focusing on elementary particles and fields
International LInear Collider Gravitational Waves Large Hadron Collider Astronomy Particle Physics LIGO
Professor, Constitutional Law
Carrie Leonetti is an expert in wide-scale surveillance, wrongful convictions, prosecutorial charging, privacy, and search and seizure.
Evidence Constitutional Law Criminal Procedure Research
Professor, Department of Earth Sciences
Geomorphology expert, focusing on landslides and landscape evolution
Geomorphology Surface processes Quantitative geomorphology and earth surface processes Climatic and biotic controls on geomorphology
Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Environmental Studies
Bioethics and Philosophy of Biology and Microbiology (special interests: the Human Microbiome)
Recent Continental Philsophy Bioethics Philosophy of Biology and Microbiology Social and Political Philosophy
Industry Experience (1)