Workplace

April 20

Office of Sustainability announces inaugural Sustainability Awards Program

University of Oregon students, teachers and employees will be recognized for their achievements and efforts related to sustainability.
April 20

Biochem graduate student awarded AHA predoctoral fellowship

Rachael Cunningham, a student in the Vickie De Rose lab, will receive $50,000 over two years to help start her career.
April 20

45th Earth Week at the UO will be a busy one

Activities will range from speakers and documentaries to a day of service Saturday, April 25.
Elliot Berkman
April 20

Study finds social interaction before economic transactions raises fairness

UO professors blended social and economic models to study how people cooperate better when negotiations begin.
UO architecture professor emeritus John Reynolds
April 20

Symposium will honor professor John Reynolds' sustainability legacy

A symposium May 17 honors emeritus professor John Reynolds, who was a catalyst for steering Eugene away from nuclear power.
April 17

First of two climate surveys on sexual assault to begin

Invitations to students to take part in a survey by the AAU will go out soon, with a local survey to launch in about a month.
April 17

UO issues reminder about political activity in the workplace

With an election coming up in May, it's time to remember the political do's and don'ts for public employees.
April 16

Duck Days and track meet will boost campus traffic Friday

Visitors to campus are advised to walk, bike or ride the bus to avoid traffic congestion and limited parking.
April 16

Workshops help move campuswide diversity plan forward

The new IDEAL framework allows departments to choose from a menu of strategies that best fit their organization.
April 16

IAAF World Championships are coming to the UO in 2021

The event will mark the first time in the IAAF's 33-year history that the championships will be held in the United States.

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