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Welcome Tom Dishion, Ph.D.

ORI is pleased to welcome longtime collaborator Tom Dishion, Ph.D., as an ORI senior scientist.

Categories: Press Releases

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Sonja Yokum Named Research Scientist

Sonja Yokum, Ph.D., has been promoted to Research Scientist at ORI. She has been as associate scientist here since 2006.

Categories: Awards & Recognition

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ORI's work is featured in Open for Business Magazine

ORI and other Eugene based firms are featured in the cover article - "EdTech Evolution; How combining education and technology can create a new cluster for innovation."

Categories: ORI in the news

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Creating Nurturing Environments

Stand for Children sponsors a free talk by ORI Senior Scientist Tony Biglan.  Weds., May 13, 7-8 pm at ORI.

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ORI receives award from Oregon Psychological Association

The Oregon Psychological Association (OPA) presented their “Outstanding Service Award” to ORI. This award is given to an individual or organization who, through their work, have promoted

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Society of Behavioral Medicine Honors Scientist

ORI scientist Herb Severson, Ph.D., has received a prestigious award from the Society of Behavioral Medicine for outstanding work in translating behavioral medicine from research into practice.

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The Perils of Smokeless Tobacco

The New York Times editors call on FDA to impose strict rules on marketing & use of e-cigarettes and smokeless tobacco.

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ORI Diversity Interest Group scholarship winner announced

UO student Chi-Wing Ng selected to receive the $2000 ORI Diversity Interest Group scholarship for 2015.  

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Prevention Research and Terrorism

This week in the New York Times - ORI Senior Scientist Anthony Biglan discusses how prevention science can improve research on terrorism.

Categories: Research Dissemination

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Mindful Eating for Teens and Families

The Family Eating Awareness and Skills for Teens (FEAST) project based at the Center for Family & Adolescent Research (CFAR) in Albuquerque was featured in the Albuquerque Journal on Feb. 18.

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