Office of the President

Michael Andreasen
January 6

UO vice president sees promise in the arrival of a new year

In a newspaper opinion article, Michael Andreasen reflects on last year's challenges while looking ahead to 2015.
Kevin Marbury, director of physical education and recreation
January 2

The new, expanded Student Rec Center is ready for its closeup

A Jan. 5 grand opening will offer people an opportunity to tour the many new and improved spaces in the facility.
Service project prior to a previous UO bowl game
December 31

Duck fans spend eve of Rose Bowl helping LA charity feed and clothe people in need

For the sixth year in a row, Ducks students, faculty, staff and fans lent a hand with a service project in conjunction with a bowl visit.
Dave and Lynn Frohnmayer
December 30

Ducks, Seminoles united in the fight against Fanconi anemia

Presidents Coltrane and Thrasher to make donations to FA research funds as part of the traditional bowl wager.
Global Scholars Hall
December 17

East campus site approved for new, 500-bed residence hall

The site was one of several that were considered by several advisory groups as part of a new campus vision project
December 10

Policies proposal postponed

The UO Board of Trustees has delayed consideration of a proposal that would streamline the way the university reviews and develops its policies
December 9

President receives review panel report on sexual assault

After a four month review, the eight-member panel makes more than 50 recommendations on addressing sexual misconduct on campus
December 8

Negotiators make unexpected return to bargaining table

The main sticking point in negotiations continues to be providing the best solution for graduate student with medical or parental needs
Interim President Scott Coltrane
December 3

UO will do its own survey on sexual violence, and the AAU's

Doing both a UO-guided survey and taking part in the AAU poll will give the university more data to guide change
December 1

Negotiations fail to reach agreement; GTFF walks out

Despite many concessions by the university, graduate students reject the latest offer and will strike beginning Tuesday, Dec. 2

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