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President Coltrane sent a mass email to communicate with faculty and staff on the same day that the UO’s annual campus safety statistics were published

Preliminary results from a survey of almost 1,000 UO students are among the first data from a campus climate survey to be released

New seed fund is established to make investments in emerging local companies with help from students in the Lundquist College of Business

The Duck got in on the fun at the "We are Oregon" pep rally at Hayward Field (Photo by Brinkley Capriola)

UO Week in Photos: Week of Welcome

The weekly AroundtheO photo gallery focuses on the people and places that make the University of Oregon special

UO gets nod for sports product programs in Portland

A story in The Oregonian highlights the university's efforts to expand its sports product programs and become a national leader

The Ducks will wear uniforms that honor cancer survivors against Arizona (Photo from GoDucks.com)

United We Fight: Oregon Ducks Play 4 Kay

The Ducks will wear black uniforms with pink details to help raise awareness for the Kay Yow Cancer Fund and the fight against women's cancers

Volleyball def. Colorado, 3-1

Weekly Sports Roundup

The weekly sports roundup is a list of all the home and televised Ducks sporting events this week and the results of their contests last week

Gathering of UO boards to mark homecoming anniversary

More than 300 members of university advisory boards will come together as part of the 100th anniversary of homecoming

Ivan Akhmetev and Tatiana Neshumova

Free lecture series to highlight themes in Russian literature

Two Russian literary scholars will give three talks at the Knight Library Browsing Room, with each followed by an open discussion period

College of Education's HEDCO Building

Education cluster hire proposal featured in The Register-Guard

Story outlines plan to boost the College of Education with new faculty hires to maintain and expand its expertise in a variety of fields

University revises GTF proposals and prepares for possibilities

The UO recently revised its previous proposals relating to health insurance, salary and absences as part of the contract negotiations

Daniel HoSang

Daniel HoSang appointed to equity and inclusion post

HoSang will work on issues relating to diversity, professional development and graduate students as well as direct CoDaC

UO provides more affordability to Oregonians; celebrates retention and diversity

The university continues to be one of the most diverse institutions in the state and continues to help more Oregon students enroll