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President Scott Coltrane reports that more than 100 changes will be put into effect quickly, most by the end of spring term.

Workers are especially needed to help complete the eligibility check and to direct people at Matthew Knight Arena.

The board will decide whether to approve an advisory panel's recommendation for a 3.7 percent increase in tuition and fees.

Environmental law conference to focus on 'Changing Currents'

Numerous keynote speaker, panel discussions, workshops and more will tackle important environmental law topics.

UO opens annual excellence in advising awards nominations

One faculty and one professional advisor will each receive a $2,000 award at a campus event in May.

Frans de Waal

Primatologist de Waal to discuss emotions among animals

De Waal will talk about empathy and altruism among primates in the annual Robert D. Clark Lecture.

Margaret Casanova with Marcus Mariota

Margaret Casanova, longtime UO supporter, dies at age 99

She and husband Len Casanova were big supporters of the athletic department and students.

Judith Hibbard

UO tool shows patient interest improves health and cuts costs

Two-year study of 32,000 patients, using Judith Hibbard's Patient Activation Measure, finds better health outcomes in nine of 13 indicators.

Vaccination effort kicks into high gear beginning March 2

More than 3,000 UO students have already received meningitis B vaccines in advance of the large-scale clinic beginning March 2.

Oregonian notes NSF and Sloan awards to UO chemists

The story notes recent awards to Michael Pluth, George Nazin, Michael Harms and Shannon Boettcher.

Randy Sullivan chemistry demo

Springfield middle school students set Campus Bound visit

About 800 seventh-graders will visit campus in early March to get a taste of what a college education is like.

University amends lawsuit response to clarify it won’t seek fees from student

President Scott Coltrane has announced that the university is dropping the counterclaims against a student in an ongoing lawsuit against the university.

Lynn Stephen

Lynn Stephen chosen to deliver two prestigious lectures

Stephen, director of the Center for Latino/a and Latin American Studies, will give lectures in Pittsburgh and Puerto Rico.