In The News

University of Oregon President Michael Gottfredson
January 17

ODE: Five things to know about UO President Michael Gottfredson

A story in the Oregon Daily Emerald aims to give readers an up-close familiarity with Michael Gottfredson, based on five comments about his personal background.
UO Weekly Wrap
January 17

UO Weekly Wrap for Jan. 10-17

A recap of news you may have missed, showcasing UO stories about students, faculty, staff and alumni
January 15

RG editorial cites UO efforts in recruiting top students

The UO is taking the right approach by focusing its academic recruiting on the top high school students in Oregon and elsewhere, The Register-Guard said.
Kate Brown
January 15

City Club meeting at UO welcomes Oregon Secretary of State

Kate Brown discusses electoral reform, and will return to campus in March to revisit the issue.
President Gottfredson at Rotary Club of Eugene (photo by Jennifer Winters)
January 15

UO president speaks with Eugene Rotary Club

Michael Gottfredson discusses change, achievement and the relationship between the university and the community with the service club's members.
The Ken Kesey Collection is housed in the Special Collections & University Archives at the UO Libraries.
January 14

UO Libraries works with OPB on new Kesey documentary

Today (Jan. 16), OPB will host a free, public pre-screening of its new Oregon Experience special “Ken Kesey,” at 7 p.m.
January 10

UO's Network Startup Resource Center cited in influential blog

The Network Startup Resource Center is featured on the ICANN Blog, a publication from one of the world's most influential organizations for Internet governance.
UO's Ifo Ekpre-Olomu will stay in school for his senior year to earn his degree (photo courtesy of
January 10

UO Weekly Wrap for Jan. 3-10

The Weekly Wrap provides highlights of news you may have missed during the week and showcases UO stories about amazing students, faculty, staff and alumni
January 8

Simplicity 2.0: UO's Woo answers three questions for software company blog

Vice provost for information services and chief information officer is featured in the Simplicity 2.0 blog that was posted on Jan. 8
January 8

Wall Street Journal story gives shout-out to Oregon

A story published in the Wall Street Journal credits to the state of Oregon for its website that shows how public money is spent in the state.