Office of the President

September 19

UO made steady gains in research and innovation in FY 2014

A record number of research proposals were recorded in 2013-2014, a year that also saw a 13 percent increase in awards funding
Willie and Don Tykeson with Robin Holmes and W. Andrew Marcus
September 18

$10 million gift jump-starts college and careers building

A lead gift by Willie and Don Tykeson will benefit students and faculty through a new home for the College of Arts and Sciences and Career Center
September 16

Panel hears comments on sexual misconduct responses

Speakers tell panel that mandatory courses on sexual ethics should be instituted to help change the culture surrounding assaults
Interim President Scott Coltrane (left) and Board of Trustees Chair Chuck Lillis (Photo by Tim Christie)
September 12

Board adopts presidential search and recruitment plan

The University of Oregon began the search for its next president with a vote by the Board of Trustees on Thursday, Sept. 11
September 12

$8 million gift to fund scholarships for UO students interested in public school teaching

A UO donor's passion for public higher education led to an endowment gift for scholarships
Board Vice Chair Ginevra Ralph and interim President Scott Coltrane
September 11

Trustees approve changes to student code of conduct

Several of the changes already have been approved by the University Senate, others will go through campus consultations
September 11

President Coltrane shares plan for competitive excellence

The university will add faculty, increase support for students and expand classrooms, labs and offices as part of "competitive excellence"
President's Review Panel listening session
September 9

President’s Review Panel invites campus to second listening session on sexual assault response

Mary Deits, chair of the President's Review Panel, has invited the campus community to a second listening session next week
September 9

UO in top 50 public national universities according to US News rankings

The University of Oregon has moved up a few spots in the U.S. News & World Report’s Best Colleges list
September 4

The interim president and acting provost talk about next steps

A message from Interim President Scott Coltrane and Acting Provost Frances Bronet