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May 5

Volunteers needed for second round of meningitis vaccine clinics

Volunteers are needed to help with the second in a series of meningitis vaccine clinics being held on the UO campus to inoculate students against the potenti
May 5

Budget process yields strategic investments in academics, campus support

New faculty positions and support for the library, science literacy and SAIL are among the funded initiatives. 
May 4

OA classification and pay project to be discussed at May 7 meeting

A review of OA positions and compensation began last fall following a recommendation by the OA Council.
May 4

New license allows universitywide access to Office 365 software

The office software can be installed on personal and university-owned desktop and laptop computers and smartphones.
May 4

Drivers to get warning before being given "the boot" on campus

Drivers who fail to pay traffic citations will be warned before having their vehicles immobilized by the wheel locking device.
May 4

Come one, come all to inaugural ‘O Show’ awards night

Student athletes will be honored for their accomplishments at the inaugural awards show at Matthew Knight Arena.
May 4

Joint board committee meeting will focus on student service and conduct changes

Trustees will discuss several issues important to students when they hold a joint committee meeting this Friday.
UO philosophy professor Naomi Zack
May 4

New book by philosophy professor Naomi Zack tackles black rights

Discussions on white privilege distract from the real issues raised by racial profiling in American policing, according to one of the key claims in a new boo
Chase Salazar
May 1

‘Conference of Champions’ highlights Pac-12 students’ academic success

Chase Salazar, a University of Oregon chemistry student, will be featured on “Conference of Champions,” a one-hour special that premiered Sunday, May 3 on th
Brad Shelton, Scott Coltrane (at podium) and Randy Kamphaus (far left)
May 1

UO leaders travel to Washington to push for continued federal support

The visit was a chance to connect with the state congressional delegation and advocate for student aid and research funding.

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