News Briefs

See the links below for in-brief news and updates about campus operations and events.

May 16

Economics professor honored with transportation research award

Wesley Wilson was recognized for his research and work in transportation economics
May 15

Three UO board members schedule spring office hours

The sessions are with trustees who represent faculty, staff and students
May 8

UOPD holds free pepper spray classes May 10 and 11

The classes are open to students and employees
May 7

University Senate voting will be open through May 11

Faculty and staff members can place their votes through the DuckWeb portal
May 4

UO Today: Sarah Wald discusses environmental humanities

She is an associate professor of English and environmental studies
April 30

UO Today: Fiction writer discusses character development and voice

Danielle Evans wrote ‘Before You Suffocate Your Own Fool Self’
April 23

Deadline to register to vote in May primary is Tuesday, April 24

New registrations and updates of existing voter files can be done online
April 19

Faculty members can open classrooms to visiting parents

During Parent and Family Weekend, May 11-13, students' relatives get a peek into academic life
April 17

HR seeks feedback on changes to OA employment procedures

Comments on the changes are being sought and need to be submitted by April 27
April 9

UO professor discusses research and studying in Africa

Melissa Graboyes, an assistant professor of history in Clark Honors College, is interviewed on UO Today

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