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Gottfredson appoints 21-member community council to provide input on furthering the goal of creating a diverse and supportive campus environment

The eight-member panel began its examination of the UO’s practices and procedures for preventing and responding to sexual misconduct and assault

The couple's $125,000 gift, along with other gifts they have made to the UO and LCC, will help students on their path to a bachelor's degree

Johnson Hall

KVAL-TV highlights the UO’s fundraising efforts

KVAL-TV noted that private giving to the University of Oregon topped $100 million in donations for the seventh straight year

Caroline Federighi

Federighi Earns NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship

The former Ducks goalkeeper is one of just 29 spring female student-athletes in all three divisions to be awarded an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship

Vision planning to guide future development at UO

The University of Oregon is seeking national expertise to help it envision and accommodate future development on campus

John Chalmers

State task force seeks UO professors' expertise on saving

John Chalmers and Bill Harbaugh testify before a legislative task force looking at ways to encourage people to save money for retirement

UO Foundation submits proposal to develop EWEB site

The concept includes affordable housing, restaurants, shops and hotel space along with renovation and reuse of historic buildings

Kate Armstrong rides her bike across the Autzen foot bridge.

The UO on two wheels

Bicycles and the University of Oregon go together like The Duck and Autzen Stadium.

Board of Trustees members meet with academic leadership

Mary Wilcox, Rudy Chapa and Ginevra Ralph spent the day learning more about the university’s academic policies and procedures

Celebration of life will remember UO library specialist

The university community is invited to attend the Thursday memorial for Susie Scroggins in the Knight Library Browsing Room

UO to host conference on exploring opportunities in big data

The Office for Research & Innovation and the Graduate School will host the Big Opportunities with Big Data conference on Friday, Aug. 8

Their journey nearing its end, students take last look at Vienna

After four weeks of exploring, writing and recording, a team of UO journalism students prepares to say goodbye to the sights and sounds of Vienna