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: Shane Hall, Stephanie LeMenager and Stephen Siperstein
January 5

Climate change meets the humanities in new text by UO team

A new textbook is the first guide to incorporating climate change issues into university-level humanities courses.
January 4

Drug, alcohol amnesty is part of the UO's student conduct code

UO conduct officials are making the reporting process clear to ensure students get all the help and support they need.
sick leave notice tacked to a bulletin board
December 30

Updated policy extends sick leave to all part-time employees

Beginning Jan. 1, the University of Oregon will implement a new policy that complies with a new Oregon law, extending sick leave to part-time workers.
A snowstorm in December 2013
December 28

‘Tis the season for a reminder on bad weather

Campus rarely closes due to weather, but when it does alerts are sent by text and email and posted on the Web.
December 21

Additional candidate for AVP and Title IX position sets visit

The candidate, from the initial pool of applicants, will be on campus for two days, Jan. 4-5, for interviews and a public presentation.
December 17

Work groups formed to address issues for black students at UO

The 13 work groups will be led by members of the university’s senior leadership and will craft recommendations by Jan. 29.
Oregon Charitable Fund Drive
December 16

UO employees lead the way in annual Charitable Fund Drive

So far, UO employees have donated $137,737 of the overall university employee donations of $225,840.
December 15

Partnership renewed with Chinook Book app for local discounts

Smartphone application allows people to download and use coupons from local merchants without having to use paper.