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March 11

Arsenic-cycling findings by UO’s Jin draw quick media coverage

The UO research done south of Eugene has worldwide implications for making water in affected areas safer to drink.
March 11

US News graduate rankings for 2016 include UO programs

The School of Law, School of Education and several science programs were included among the nation's best.
March 10

UO President Emeritus Dave Frohnmayer dies at age 74

The former UO president quietly battled prostate cancer for more than five years before passing in his sleep Tuesday.
March 10

OA forum will help leaders develop their multiplier effect

Two half-day sessions will be offered April 9 as part of the sixth annual Officers of Administration Leadership Forum.
March 9

School of Music and Dance offers a week of musical events

Puerto Rican Bomba, chamber music, jazz and gospel will be performed on campus and in downtown Eugene.
Connie Ballmer
March 6

Board of Trustees hears update on presidential search progress

Trustees could be called back as early as April to begin interviews and make a selection if a strong enough pool of candidates is identified.
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.

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