Office of the President

University of Oregon seal
October 19

Provost position description posted, nominations sought

President Schill and search committee invite campus community to nominate potential candidates
President Michael Schill with students
October 17

This changes everything: President announces historic Knight gift

It lays the groundwork for a breakthrough $1 billion science initiative
Logo reading African American Workshop and Lecture Series, with photos of speakers
October 13

First in UO’s African-American speaker series sets visit

Kelly Mack, an expert on bringing more women and people of color into STEM fields, is the first speaker
Covers of the book 'Between the World and Me'
October 12

Common Reading selection has effects beyond first-years

Current events have amplified the reach of this year's program
The UO emblem on Dads Gate
October 10

Gathering draws long list of qualities for new provost

Provost search committee receives a list of ideas and asks that the campus community to stay engaged and nominate candidates
UO President Michael Schill
October 10

President issues invitation to campus discussion on UO future

The meeting will be Tuesday, Oct. 18, in the Giustina Ballroom of the Ford Alumni Center
President Michael Schill greeting students
September 21

President announces changes in student life leadership

Kevin Marbury will assume an interim role as vice president for student life
Logo reading African American Workshop and Lecture Series, with photos of speakers
September 16

Five scholars to visit UO for African-American speaker series

National experts will hold workshops and talks on campus about enhancing diversity
The UO emblem on Dads Gate
September 9

Trustees accept president’s proposal, dename Dunn Hall

The residence hall will be called Cedar Hall until a new name is chosen
Caitlyn Kari of the Clark Honors College at the 2015 orientation for new faculty and officers of administration.
September 2

Orientation offered for new faculty members and OAs

The daylong event is just one opportunity for new employees to learn about the UO