January 12

UO Graduate School offers 'The Write Time' for grad students

Students can drop in to the Graduate Student Center anytime between 8:30 and 11 a.m. on Wednesdays and Thursdays this term.
Strange sightings on campus recently will be explained Saturday.
January 11

Unidentified flightless object seen around campus

Reports of a large, birdlike object perched on a flatbed truck have led to speculation of a new and possibly archetypal visitor to campus.
Computer keyboard with light blue comment button
January 11

Comments sought on draft of strategic framework plan

The framework will serve as a guide for the university as it works to turn the vision for its future into reality.
UO law professor Jennifer Reynolds
January 8

Jennifer Reynolds to serve as interim ombudsperson

Reynolds will serve in the position through May 15 while the university conducts a search for a permanent replacement.
Toll in PR image for 2013 film 'American Jerusalem: Jews and the Making of San Francisco'
January 8

Popular history instructor Bill Toll dies at age 74

Toll's courses covered African American and Jewish history and were popular among students in both history and Judaic studies.
January 7

Nominations open for 2016 Distinguished Teaching Awards

The Ersted and Herman awards are given annually to faculty members who have shown excellence in teaching and pedagogy.
President Michael Schill
January 6

President Schill outlines plan to boost research, academics

The president plans to seek savings in central administration and put more emphasis on tenure-track faculty and research.
Carol Stabile
January 6

Carol Stabile to discuss 'G-Men Masculinity' at upcoming Noon Talk

The talk is part of the Center for the Study of Women in Society's regular series featuring faculty and graduate research.
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.