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November 16

Suicide Prevention Team and UCTC offer training sessions

The sessions will teach how to recognize warning signs and identify at-risk students while also learning how to intervene effectively.
UO creative writing professor Ehud Havazelet died Nov. 6
November 13

UO grieves loss of creative writing professor Ehud Havazelet

Havazelet, who joined the UO faculty in 1999, is remembered as both a master craftsman and passionate teacher.
Clockwise from bottom right: George Carroll (UO), Jack Rogers (WSU), Bitty Roy (UO), Yu-Ming Ju (Academia Sinica, at microscope), Ron Hamill, Danny Newman, Josh Kielsmeier-Cook (Ph.D student at University of Minnesota, standing), Susie Holmes (Lane Commun
November 13

Mushroom workshop uncovers species new to science

Professor Yu-Ming Ju of Taiwan, one of the world's leading experts on the mushroom family Xylariaceae, took part in the workshop.
Journalsim professor Hector Tobar
November 12

UO's Hector Tobar named PEN book award judge

Hector Tobar, a professor in the UO’s School of Journalism and Communication, has been selected as one of three judges for the
November 12

VP Alex-Assensoh calls for dialogue, action in wake of UM strife

President Michael Schill will meet with student leaders of color to talk about their experiences on campus and the issues they face.
November 12

Two students chosen as graduate interns for Fembot

The Fembot Collective is an international collective focused on feminist media studies and digital humanities.
The Duck leads the Homecoming Parade through campus last Friday.
November 11

The week that was in social media, Nov. 2-9

We highlighted Homecoming 2015, a big win over Cal, campus running tours, Cheezy Grillers, and how our student-athletes reached out to survivors of the UCC shoo
Robin Jaqua, UO supporter and philanthropist
November 10

Robin Jaqua, UO supporter and philanthropist, dies at 94

With her husband, John, Robin Jaqua was a loyal and generous Duck and an advocate for children and the arts.
UO President Michael Schill
November 9

President launches initiative to open doors, reduce time to graduation

The $17 million plan will expand scholarship and help students save thousands in tuition by helping ensure they graduate in four years.
UO President Michael Schill
November 5

President to unveil new student access and success program

The new plan will build on the success of PathwayOregon, the innovative program that is aiding hundreds of Oregon students.

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