Office of the President

Carrie Mae Weems and Lorry Lokey
June 6

An artist and a philanthropist are nominated for honorary degrees

Carrie Mae Weems is an acclaimed artist and Lorry Lokey is one of the UO's most generous donors
The UO emblem on Dads Gate
June 5

Trustees to get closer look at academic investments, funding

Topics at the June 7-8 meeting include the Insitutional Hiring Plan and fiscal year 2019 budget
Relief carving of intertwined UO
May 24

New office melds efforts against discrimination and harassment

The Office of Civil Rights Compliance merges investigatory work of Title IX and AAEO offices
An architect's rendering of the new Hayward Field.
May 8

Hayward design honors the past while looking to the future

The new stadium will offer overdue infrastructure improvements with a nod to its iconic past
UO President Michael H. Schill
April 20

President Schill reaffirms promise to celebrate, protect diversity

He offers his 'unwavering pledge' to do everything within the law to stand against voices of hate
Campus sidewalk at night
March 20

UO boosts patrols, urges caution in campus neighborhoods

President Schill and UOPD Chief Matt Carmichael urge students to make use of safety services
Police tape
March 9

President outlines safety steps in light of recent robberies

Expanded campus shuttle service is being provided, and other steps are being taken
Illustration of self-driving cars
March 5

Presidential fund awards $1 million for Urbanism Next Center

A center will be established to research how new tech will affect cities
The UO emblem on Dads Gate
March 2

Tuition process for next academic year wraps at board meeting

A 2.8 percent increase in resident tuition is relatively modest by recent standards
University of Oregon seal
February 19

President seeks comments on 2018-19 tuition and fees

The memo addresses proposed changes to honors college and business school tuition

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