Exterior of the ombuds office
May 16

New ombuds office offers comfort to those seeking support

An open house will be held at the new office on E. 17th Avenue on May 18
A scene from commencement 2015
May 13

Campus asked for comments on new diversity framework

The draft represents two years of work by the university; comments are due by May 26
UO President Michael Schill
May 12

President discusses next steps in leadership evolution

Schill looks ahead to a period of greater stability in university leadership
Deady Hall
May 6

President outlines process for reviewing building names

President Michael Schill announces procedure to be used in considering whether to dename buildings.
The UO emblem on Dads Gate
April 29

Dean of students candidates coming to campus

The first candidate is Peter Gitau, formerly at Northern Kentucky University and now with a higher education consulting company.
President Michael Schill presents the Green Resilient Office certificate to the Department of Sociology.
April 28

More campus offices receive green certification

The Green Office Certification Program promotes environmental initiatives and rewards campus units for participating.
Relief carving of intertwined UO
April 19

Senate elections and town hall reminder

Elections for the University Senate and elected University Standing Committ
UO President Michael Schill
April 18

President Schill wants to keep the conversations going

The president will launch an 'Open Mike' post on his website to share thoughts and comments on university issues.
Stained glass version of the university seal
April 15

UPDATE: Candidates for student success leader to arrive soon

The new hire will focus on a universitywide strategy for improving undergraduate student retention and degree-completion rates. One candidate has withdrawn.
Children's art display
April 15

Art of Childhood shows the world through a child's eyes

An art show featuring work by children in UO child-care centers is currently on display in the learning commons at the HEDCO Education Building.