If approved as proposed, a public institutional board for the University of Oregon would provide a springboard for “astonishing” successes, university President Michael Gottfredson said May 14, at a campus gathering with faculty and staff.
University of Oregon President Michael Gottfredson welcomed the Oregon Social Learning Center's annual conference to the UO today (April 26) by paying homage to OSLC work from more than 30 years ago that supported his own academic research on the causes of crime.
The investiture of University of Oregon President Michael Gottfredson may still be nearly six weeks away, but some deadlines are fast approaching for those wishing to attend and/or participate in the May 30 event.
University of Oregon President Michael Gottfredson announced on Thursday (April 4) the formation of a Selection Advisory Committee for Provost, which will guide the national search for a successor to Senior Vice President and Provost Jim Bean, who will return to the faculty July 1.
I am writing to let you know about a planned reorganization within central administration. I have decided to combine our existing University Relations and University Development operations to form a single unit, University Advancement.
With Oregon’s leading universities pulling together, there’s reason for optimism about the state economy in 2013, University of Oregon President Michael Gottfredson said Wednesday (March 20) during his keynote discussion at the 2013 Economic Forecast at the Hilton Eugene & Conference Center.
Michael Redding, vice president of university relations at the University of Oregon, announced today (March 7) that he has accepted a position at the University of Illinois, Chicago. He will begin his new job April 30.
A tuition bill before the Oregon Legislature will make college more affordable for the state’s high school graduates and should be approved, University of Oregon President Michael Gottfredson said Wednesday, in testimony to a House committee in Salem.
The Williams Council is inviting proposals for the 2013-2014 Williams Fund Instructional Project Grants at the University of Oregon.
Projects are meant to enhance the undergraduate student learning experience through use of innovation and creativity in coursework. The proposals may be for new or existing classes that need financial support to be expanded or revamped.