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Members of the Delta Sigma Theta sorority at a campus gathering this spring.
June 29

Black Greek-letter groups assess new campus chapters

The UO has invited six historically black Greek-Letter organizations to campus to hold informational sessions
A graduate student works with a child in the UO's HEDCO Clinic.
June 28

Leadership gift will expand HEDCO Clinic in College of Education

Quest Fund’s $6 million gift provides support to broaden the clinic's reach 
June 21

More than 100 faculty members receive tenure or promotion

Both tenure-track and non-tenure-track faculty earn advancement each year
Allyn and Cheryl Ramberg Ford
June 17

Fords’ $7 million gift initiates renovation of Pacific Hall

The latest gift from donors Cheryl and Allyn Ford will renovate science labs and kick off a major update of the UO’s original 1952 science building
Artist rendering of new west grandstand at Hayward Field as seen from the south.
June 2

New Hayward Field, academic year review top trustees meeting

Board approves changing the name of the UO's track and field facilities after Bill Bowerman
Chuck Lillis, chair of the UO Board of Trustees, with President Michael Schill
June 1

President pledges to bust myths and raise up the UO

At his investiture, President Michael Schill says the UO has the tools to be a great research university
President Michael Schill
June 1

Investiture talk explores challenges facing public universities

Those challenges range from admissions to academic freedom to decreased state funding
Investiture invitation
June 1

Investiture ceremony begins at 2 p.m. at Knight Arena

Faculty, staff and students are invited to attend the ceremony or watch live on The UO Channel
Dave Hubin
May 27

After almost 40 years at the UO, Dave Hubin plans retirement

Hubin has been a fixture in Johnson Hall, where he served seven UO presidents
Relief carving of intertwined UO
May 27

Internal audit anticipates a transformational year

The word “audit” doesn't always inspire feelings of confidence, but that's not the case at the University of Oregon.

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