November 18

President calls for more campus conversations on issues of race

President Michael Schill is calling on the campus community to continue to confront difficult issues of racial equity and participate in upcoming campus conv
November 18

Third AVP candidate withdraws from consideration

The new associate vice president will lead the university’s campuswide effort to reduce sexual assault.
UO music theory professor Jack Boss won the Wallace Berry Award for his book "Schoenberg's Twelve-Tone Music"
November 17

Music professor Jack Boss wins Wallace Berry Award

The award is presented each year in recognition of a distinguished book by an author of any age or career stage.
Reminder: Get Your Flu Shot
November 17

Morning flu shot clinics for faculty and staff to end Dec. 4

University Health Center to be open early, 7:45 to 8:45 a.m., on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, beginning Oct. 22.
PathwayOregon puts the dream of college within reach of thousands of Oregon high school students.
November 16

The week that was in social media, Nov. 9-15

Here's a quick look at some of our most popular social media posts over the past week.
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.
A view of the 2014 Grad Forum
November 16

Grad students: Roll out your best work for the Grad Forum

The one-day event highlights the outstanding research and creative expressions of UO graduate students in a range of disciplines.
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