Brad Foley
February 10

UO featured in Chronicle article on resource budgeting method

The article uses the UO as an example of how resource-centered management can boost funding.
February 10

Open houses, survey will help guide future campus growth

People are being asked about their favorite, and least favorite, campus places as part of the UO Campus Physical Framework Vision Project.
Relief carving of intertwined UO
February 6

Public sessions planned to discuss presidential search

Open sessions will be held on Feb. 11 at 9 a.m. in the Knight Law Center and at the 3 p.m. University Senate meeting.
February 6

New chief human resources officer selected

Jamie Moffitt announced that Nancy Resnick has accepted the position of chief human resources officer.
February 6

University budget process underway despite unknowns

An advisory board is about to make its budget recommendations, followed by a public forum with students.
Will Laney
February 5

New information security officer aims to improve data protection

Will Laney plans to establish a new information security program to help protect important data.
Marshall Sauceda
February 5

Celebration of life set for former UO director Marshall Sauceda

A celebration of life for Marshall K. Sauceda will be held Saturday, Feb. 7, at 11:30 a.m. in the Many Nations Longhouse.
February 4

UO now included in prestigious science foundation

Doctoral students in STEM fields are now eligible for funds through the Portland chapter of ARCS.
February 4

Williams Council extends deadline for instructional grants

The deadline for submitting proposals for 2015-16 Williams Instructional Grants has been extended through Monday, Feb. 9.
Bill Phillips
February 4

Nobel laureate in physics returns to UO to talk Einstein and light

Bill Phillips filled a large lecture hall for his visit in 2008 and returns to dazzle and educate anyone interested in science.