Office of the President

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
The UO emblem on Dads Gate
September 1

Trustees to consider president’s denaming proposal

President Schill is recommending denaming Dunn Hall and further discussion of Deady Hall
Darci Heroy
August 23

Heroy named permanent AVP and Title IX coordinator

Heroy, formerly an equal opportunity specialist at the UO, has served in an interim role since January
Michael Schill talking with students
August 19

President names 17 to new provost search committee

The search committee will be led by chemistry professor Geri Richmond
Exterior and sign at Many Nations Longhouse
August 16

Tribal liaison to manage Many Nations Longhouse

Jason Younker, who returned to the UO in 2014, will help direct building operations
The UO emblem on Dads Gate
August 9

President seeks input on Deady and Dunn building names

Comments on the report of three historians will be open until Aug. 24
President Schill posing with a group of international students during a Thanksgiving visit in 2015.
July 29

Go global as a host for arriving international students

Every year the Friendship Foundation places new international students with local hosts for five-day stays
UO President Michael Schill
July 21

President comments on the role of athletics at the UO

Boosting academic quality doesn't require lowering athletic success, Schill says in a campus message

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