In the News: Professor Connor Principe Weighs in on Ramifications of Recent Facial Attractiveness Study
The College of Arts and Sciences psychology faculty member cautions that care needs to be exercised by both those who report and read the study’s findings.
Updated through Aug. 31, 2016: Dr. Boykoff has provided extensive analysis on the 2016 Olympic Games to major news media all over the world, including The New York Times, BBC, Al Jazeera, USA Today, The Nation, The Atlantic and more.
Pharmacy Professor John Harrelson Awarded More Than $375,000 to Research New Therapies for Tobacco Addiction
The National Institutes of Health grant will fund research to evaluate a dietary agent, cinnamaldehyde, as a prototype for new orally-administered tobacco cessation agents.
Dr. Neudauer awarded $35,000 to support collaborative research project “Matroids in an International Research Community: generating new researchers.”
School of Pharmacy Associate Professor Fawzy Elbarbry and Post-Doctorate Fellow Khaled Abdelkawy Publish Article
The School of Pharmacy is pleased to announce that Associate Professor Fawzy Elbarbry and Post-Doctorate Fellow Khaled Abdelkawy have published an article in the European Journal of Drug Metabolism and Pharmacokinetics.
Dr. Ritter, the author of 101 Careers in Social Work, talks about what the profession is really like.
Published by Verso Books, Power Games chronicles the modern Olympic Games' social implications.
An expert on the politics of international sport, Boykoff opines on the Rio Olympics and Brazil's political and economic chaos.
Public Health Professor Moriah McSharry McGrath has been collaborating with the Community Alliance of Tenants to better research operations and get more information on the health impacts of eviction in Portland.
Boykoff's latest book, Power Games: A Political History of the Olympics, is expected to be released later this year.