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March 23

Morse Center panel to discuss state education funding

Panelists will talk about ideas for reversing the trend toward crowded classrooms, fewer teachers and reduced opportunities in Oregon public schools.
President Emeritus Dave Frohnmayer
March 22

Symposium to celebrate the career of Dave Frohnmayer

U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden will receive the 14th annual Frohnmayer Award for Public Service at a reception following the symposium. Both events are in Portland.
Duncan Campbell
March 17

Child advocacy program marks 10th anniversary

This year marks the 10th anniversary of the Oregon Child Advocacy Project, a program started with a gift from Portland philanthropist and UO alum Duncan...
Rachel Grant, the first UO Frohnmayer Fellow
March 16

UO names first Frohnmayer Fellow for Oxford trip

Rachel Grant was part of the Carnegie Global Oregon FIG and was named a Carnegie Ethics Fellow for the Future at a conference in New York last year.
A tax preparation session
March 4

UO students again offer free tax prep service

No appointment is necessary to receive help from volunteer tax assistants, and clients are served on a first-come, first-served basis at the Saturday sessions.
January 29

Law school dean to step down, return to faculty

Michael Moffitt, who joined the law school in 2001, will return to faculty position, where he focuses on mediation, negotiation and civil procedure.
UO President Michael Schill
January 25

President Schill to discuss access and education

Schill in November announced the Oregon Commitment, which provides many in-state students the support they need to graduate in four years.
Margaret Hallock introducing the governor at a Morse Center event
January 20

Margaret Hallock retires after more than 30 years at UO

As a tribute to her contributions, the Morse Center is establishing the Margaret Hallock Program for Women's Rights to carry on her work.
January 5

Wayne Morse Center’s resident scholars deadline arriving soon

Two resident scholars will be selected to pursue research on topics in politics and policy or the future of public education.
From left: Gordon Hirabayashi, Minoru Yasui and Fred Korematsu in 1983
November 17

UO law grad Minoru Yasui to receive Medal of Freedom

Yasui was one of three men who challenged the forced internment of people of Japanese ancestry after the start of WWII.