Faculty and Research News

Blonigen will continue his exemplary leadership as the Edward Maletis Dean of the Lundquist College of Business.
When companies tout the simplicity of their products, they may unknowingly invite customer dissatisfaction, new University of Oregon research finds.
As part of our goal to lead the nation in entrepreneurship education and research, the Lundquist College has made strategic investments in faculty to grow our pool of experts to a level few can match.
Master of Accounting students are already co-publishing along with faculty on the bleeding-edge topic of blockchain and artificial intelligence.
As more women have entered the biomedical field, they’re getting a bigger share of research grants, and the gender gap in research funding appears to be narrowing, but the gains have been uneven, according to new research by Chris Liu and coauthors
New research by Lundquist College alumnus Adam Kovar ’23 and instructor Charlie Bame-Aldred found that the NCAA football transfer portal can help some teams but not others, depending on the position a transferring student plays.
Associate professor of marketing Conor Henderson and his coauthors examined the role of racial diversity in advertising in a new study. "Those that viewed the ads with a diverse ensemble of models reported feeling more connection to society," he said.
How can gig workers with no central job site carve out a sense of belonging? Lundquist College PhD alum Sophie Pychlau dug in—and was surprised by what she found.
University of Oregon's management faculty are kind of a big deal. See how Lundquist College Ducks are soaring with impressive results in management research and teaching.
Introducing Momentum—our new digital publication. Join us for this new, immersive experience as we tell the stories of the Lundquist College of Business, its students, faculty, and graduates.
The Lundquist College of Business is pleased to announce that Nagesh Murthy has been named its 2024 Stewart Distinguished Professor.
Research by Sports Product Management Program cofounder and executive director Ellen Schmidt-Devlin and coauthor explored how virtual, immersive fan experiences in the metaverse are taking professional sports to a whole new level.
Research by UO accounting professors Laura Wellman and Dane Christensen explored communication between politicians and firms.
The 2023 edition of the yearly publication of the School of Accounting at the UO Lundquist College of Business.
New research by UO professor Behrooz Pourghannad and coauthor sheds more light on the social effects of large corporations working directly with smaller, overseas manufacturers to make their processes more climate friendly.