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A 'data explainer' website gives the UO high marks for academics, diversity, campus quality and athletics.

The 22,000 presidential documents are returned for archival processing as an investigation into the records release continues.

UO Professor Marc Schlossberg will travel to Israel for research on sustainability and community quality of life.

Day of Service 2014

Students take to the community in day of service

More than 300 student volunteers expected to take to the nearby neighborhoods for seven different service projects.

New round of bargaining has decidedly different tone

Thursday's meeting kicked off the second-ever negotiation between United Academics and the university.

Improperly released records are returned to the university

The 22,000 pages from the presidential archives will now go through the normal review process.

Ed Colligan

Water consumption app takes first place in design competition

A total of 14 teams of undergraduate and graduate students took part in the Colligan User Interface Design Challenge.

Michael Pluth

NSF awards CAREER grant to UO researcher Michael Pluth

The UO chemistry professor will explore hydrogen sulfide interactions and expand an outreach program with area schools.

John Schellman

Memorial set for renowned UO scientist John Schellman

Schellman was a recognized scholar in protein chemistry and helped advance a renaissance in UO science programs

Policies review underway, panel named to advise on process

A new Policy Advisory Council will hold its first meeting Feb. 2 and advise the president on the review process.

Hugo Slim

UO students will travel to Oxford to study conflict resolution

Oxford human rights scholar Hugo Slim will address the students and campus community in a talk Tuesday, Jan. 27.

Hearth, new student wing taking shape at EMU expansion site

As work progresses on the new building, interior floors and ceilings are being installed along with portions of The Hearth.

Town halls showcase elements of effort to tell the story of the 'O'

The next in the series of presentations will take place Jan. 29 at the White Stag building in Portland.