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Chuck Lillis, chair of the UO Board of Trustees, with President Michael Schill
June 1

President pledges to bust myths and raise up the UO

At his investiture, President Michael Schill says the UO has the tools to be a great research university
President Michael Schill
June 1

Investiture talk explores challenges facing public universities

Those challenges range from admissions to academic freedom to decreased state funding
A child at the tidepool touch tank at the new Charleston Marine Life Center
May 18

Charleston Marine Life Center opens a new window to the sea

The combination museum and aquarium provides a showcase on the majestic Oregon coast, the deep sea and the Oregon Institute of Marine Biology
Geri Richmond
May 18

President honors Geri Richmond with National Medal of Science

Richmond is the second UO faculty member to win the medal, which also went to psychology professor Michael Posner in 2008
The Green Garter Band performing
May 10

#MightyOregon100 contest reveals school spirit

The call went out, and the music rolled in.
Rehearsal at the School of Music and Dance
April 27

Academic Ducks: School of Music and Dance

Students immerse themselves in a supportive community of artists and scholars who learn, perform and socialize together.
Members of the all-female a cappella group Divisi
April 26

Divisi lands in national singing finals in New York City

Divisi placed first in both the quarterfinal and semifinal rounds to earn a place in the finals with nine other collegiate groups.
Children playing on the finished court.
April 18

College of Education scores a win for kids in Nicaragua

Since joining with Courts for Kids, the college has helped with projects in Panama and the Dominican Republic as well.
Robert Clark Honors College exterior view
April 7

Academic Ducks: Robert D. Clark Honors College

The Robert D. Clark Honors College emphasizes scholarship and research in a tight-knit, dynamic community of students and faculty.
Sexual Assault Awareness Month ribbon
April 1

UO joins together for Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Ducks across campus were asked to speak openly about the issue of sexual violence to begin a month-long observance of Sexual Assault Awareness Month.

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