Board of Trustees

November 6

Search firm selected for presidential search

The search committee has selected a national firm with extensive experience working with universities, including UO
University of Oregon sign
November 6

Board approves final round of mission statement revisions

Board of Trustees voted to adopt the final draft of the UO mission statement Wednesday, Nov. 5.
November 1

Board of Trustees to meet and vote on the UO mission statement

The Academic and Student Affairs Committee of the Board of Trustees of the University of Oregon will meet on Monday, Nov. 3, to consider a revised and updated...
October 27

Locations announced for the public forums on presidential search

Events will be held in Eugene and Portland in November to provide multiple opportunities for on-campus and off-campus groups
October 21

Public forums on presidential search to be held in November

In addition to listening sessions, the search committee has an online survey for individuals who wish to share input about a new president
October 15

Provost shares revised mission statement, seeks input

The Office of the Provost has shared a new draft of the university mission statement on its website and, once again, asked the campus for its input
September 24

Additional faculty members added to search panel

Executive and Audit Committee votes unanimously to expand presidential search advisory group to include two additional faculty members
Ford Alumni Center
September 23

Board of Trustees Executive and Audit Committee to meet Sept. 24

The committee will meet via teleconference to discuss increasing the number of members on the Presidential Search Advisory Group
Dad's Gate
September 19

Presidential search committee membership announced

UO Board of Trustees appointed the members of the search committee who will meet for the first time on Oct. 1
Interim President Scott Coltrane (left) and Board of Trustees Chair Chuck Lillis (Photo by Tim Christie)
September 12

Board adopts presidential search and recruitment plan

The University of Oregon began the search for its next president with a vote by the Board of Trustees on Thursday, Sept. 11

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