Workplace

Hilary Gerdes
November 30

A legacy of supporting student access and success

Duck of the Week: Hilary Gerdes served as director of the Accessible Education Center
Leadership Academy meeting
November 29

UO Leadership Academy seeks applicants for 2022-23 class

UO faculty members and staff can apply by Jan. 24, 2022, to be considered
Phishing graphic
November 29

New Outlook button will ease reporting of phishing emails

Employees and students using UOmail will gain the button in early December
UO emblem
November 23

UO trustees to discuss academic initiatives, capital projects

University finances and the tuition-setting process for fall 2022 are also on the agenda
Matt Carmichael and the Duck
November 16

UOPD chief departing for leadership role at Texas university

Matthew Carmichael, who has been at the UO since 2016, is moving to be closer to family
Laptop with Teams logo on screen
November 16

UO phone service moving to Teams for most employees

The change will increase communications flexibility for faculty and staff in 2022
Toy duck with O next to yellow pompom streamers
November 15

UO employees are recognized for their years of service

The latest list includes milestone anniversaries reached in April through September
Tayla Yogi
November 9

Creating relationships and challenging worldviews

Duck of the Week: Tayla Yogi is a community director at Kalapuya Ilihi
UO President Michael Schill
November 4

President thanks employees, announces two extra days off

Dec. 22-23 will be paid holidays, and the vacation cap increase is extended to fall 2022
Jules Jones
November 2

Sustaining healthy relationships and work environments

Duck of the Week: Jules Jones is an executive assistant in the College of Arts and Sciences

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