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March 6

'Retooling' prevailing theories about ancient Oregonians

Archaeologists unearth a small, stone tool near Riley, Oregon, that may be one of North America’s oldest known artifacts.
March 6

Board action on tuition and fees closes engaged review process

The board's action follows a recommendation from the Tuition and Fee Advisory Board, which spent months reviewing financial information.
March 6

UO Board of Trustees approves city gift of downtown property

The site near the Lane Community College downtown campus will house the Eugene-area Regional Accelerator & Innovation Network.
March 5

UO board committees complete a day of full dockets in advance of winter meeting

Board committees convene to cover classroom scheduling, initiatives on sexual assault, real property transfers among others.
March 5

Presidential compensation and evaluation discussed at Presidential Factors Committee meeting

The UO is currently below the 25th percentile for presidential salary when compared to its eight defined peers.
March 5

Board committee votes to adopt recommended tuition and fee rates

The Finance and Facilities Committee of the UO’s Board of Trustees today voted to adopt 2015–16 tuition and fee rates.
March 4

Environmental law conference to focus on 'Changing Currents'

Numerous keynote speaker, panel discussions, workshops and more will tackle important environmental law topics.
March 4

UO opens annual excellence in advising awards nominations

One faculty and one professional advisor will each receive a $2,000 award at a campus event in May.
Interim President Scott Coltrane
March 3

Broad plan to address sexual violence discussed at forum

President Scott Coltrane reports that more than 100 changes will be put into effect quickly, most by the end of spring term.
Frans de Waal
March 3

Primatologist de Waal to discuss emotions among animals

De Waal will talk about empathy and altruism among primates in the annual Robert D. Clark Lecture.

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