Office of the President

Aerial view of campus
April 19

Plans for budget reductions continue to take shape

The president wants to protect programs at the core of the university's mission as much as possible
Exterior and sign at Many Nations Longhouse
March 29

Duck grad named steward of Many Nations Longhouse

Katie Staton was the assistant steward from 2008-10 while working on a master's degree
Relief carving of intertwined UO
March 19

President outlines a plan for addressing budget shortfall

Cuts totaling $11 million will be needed, but mission-critical programs will be protected
Board of Trustees
March 7

Trustees OK nonresident tuition, hear about economic impact

Board members also heard about the comics and cartoon studies program and diversity efforts
Construction sites on the UO campus
March 6

Report: UO boosts the state economy by more than $1 billion

By drawing money from out of state into Oregon, the UO serves as a powerful economic engine
The UO emblem on Dads Gate
March 5

President says spending cuts will be needed to balance budget

In a message to campus, he says spending reductions of up to $11 million will be needed
Willamette Hall atrium
February 28

College of Arts and Sciences task force seeks community input

The group appointed by the UO administration releases the second of four surveys
Dance class
February 26

President funds new fellowships in the arts and humanities

Up to a dozen awards will be granted each year to support research and creative projects
The UO emblem on Dads Gate
February 25

Board of trustees to review tuition rates at March 4-5 meeting

Other agenda items include UO’s impact on state economy and the comic studies program
The UO emblem on Dads Gate
February 6

President to hold student forum on tuition recommendation

Students are invited to comment on the proposal at the Feb. 11 gathering in the EMU

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