Office of the President

June 20

New campus group to weigh in on athletic issues

President Gottfredson has appointed an 11-member panel of faculty, staff and students to an athletics advisory group
Student group
June 18

Student Affairs to become Division of Student Life July 1

The division believes that “Student Life” better describes – and more easily explains – the work that the division does every day
UO Board of Trustees Meeting
June 13

Board of Trustees looks to future, capital campaign

The Board of Trustees heard about cluster hiring, enhancing student experiences and a billion dollar fundraising aspiration
UO Board of Trustees Meeting
June 12

UO trustees address policy issues ahead of switchover

Members approve policies on finance, delegation of authority and tuition and fees as they prepare to take over as the university's governing body on July 1
UO emblem on Dads' Gates
June 11

Provost shares new draft of revised UO mission statement

Comments on the draft statement will be accepted for another two months before a final proposal is presented to the UO Board of Trustees
Marine Capt. Matthew McCallum
June 11

UO graduate student named Tillman Military Scholar

Matthew McCallum was one of 60 U.S. service members, veterans and military spouses selected as a 2014 Tillman Military Scholar
Doug Toomey
June 10

UO earthquake expert testifies on need to enhance early warning capability

Douglas Toomey told a House oversight panel today that the Pacific Northwest is "in the window" of geologic time for a catastrophic Cascadia-fault earthquake
June 7

Lead gift to Oregon Softball launches new stadium project

During Saturday’s Women in Flight dinner, Athletics Director Rob Mullens announced a $10 million gift
June 6

Panelists named for review of UO sexual misconduct prevention and response

Eight panelists will conduct a thorough review and evaluation of the university's practices for preventing and responding to sexual misconduct
June 6

Ten proposals selected for faculty hiring initiative

Provost announces the top priorities for the Faculty Excellence Cluster Hire Program but stresses all 34 proposals were outstanding and none will be ignored