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Dr. Michelle Scalise Sugiyama published in UK Daily Mail & PsyPost

Study of hunter-gatherers suggests team-based play fighting builds up the skills used in lethal raiding: UK Daily Mail & PsyPost   Dr. Michelle Scalise Sugiyama

Snodgrass, Sugiyama featured in TheScientist

Dr. Josh Snodgrass and Dr. Lawrence Sugiyama were featured in an article in TheScientist, entitled “Amazonians Offer Clues to Human Childhood Development,” about their research, the Shuar Health and Life History Project. Click here to read the full article!

Dr. Stephen selected for 2018 Incubating Interdisciplinary Initiatives award

Dr. Lynn Stephen and Dr. Erin Beck (political science) received the 2018 Incubating Interdisciplinary Initiatives award from the Office of the Vice President for Research and Innovation, for their research, “Gendered Justice: Addressing Violence Against Women in Guatemala and the U.S.” ...

Dr. Carol Silverman co-authored American Theatre magazine article

Together with Romani activist/scholar Dr. Petra Gelbart, Dr. Silverman co-wrote a news article that appeared in American Theatre magazine in response to the renaming of Actors Equity “Gypsy Robe” to the “Legacy Robe”. ...

Scalise Sugiyama, Mendoza, White, & Sugiyama publish in Human Nature

Drs. Michelle Scalise Sugiyama, Marcela Mendoza, Frances White, and Lawrence Sugiyama published a study entitled, “Coalitional Play Fighting and the Evolution of Coalitional Intergroup Aggression,” in Human Nature. Scalise Sugiyama and her colleagues identified a previously unrecognized ...

Dr. Klaree Boose published in Journal Physiology & Behavior

Read more about Dr. Boose Study of bonobos publication with the Journal of Physiology & Behavior in Around the O.

Dr. Erlandson interviewed in Ventura County Star newspaper

Dr. Jon Erlandson and partners were interviewed for a story in California’s Ventura County Star about the remains of a 10,000-year-old Native American man uncovered in 2005 on one of California’s Channel Islands. The story centered on the reburial of the remains, nicknamed the Tuqan Man, found ...

Boose, White, Brand & Snodgrass publish bonobo research

Dr. Klaree Boose, Dr. Frances White, graduate student Colin Brand, and Dr. Josh Snodgrass published a study entitled, “Infant handling in bonobos (Pan panics): Exploring functional hypotheses and the relationship to oxytocin” in a special addition of the journal Physiology & ...

Dr. White receives Wayne T. Westling Award

Dr. Frances J. White was awarded the Wayne T. Westling Award for exemplary service to the university over a period of years through participation in university committees, advisory bodies or faculty elective positions, and for inspired leadership and commitment to the principles of shared ...

Congratulations, Dr. Stephen!

Congratulations to Dr. Lynn Stephen and Dr. Erin Beck (political science) for the selection of their project, “Gendered Justice: Addressing Violence Against Women in Guatemala and the U.S.” for a 2018 Incubating Interdisciplinary (I3) Award by the UO Vice President for Research and ...
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