Office of the President

May 14

President addresses Senate on the topic of sexual violence

University faculty, staff and students attended Wednesday's meeting for a discussion of recent events and plans to move forward
May 9

President Gottfredson responds to controversy over sexual assault allegations

President announces an independent review of sexual violence prevention programs
May 7

President announces plan to convert all OARs into UO policies

The rules will be transferred exactly as written to prevent them from being locked into law, where they can’t be updated unless the legislature acts
May 6

President's message to campus regarding sexual violence report

President Gottfredson sent a message to all students, faculty, and staff regarding a report released May 5 by the Eugene Police Department
April 30

Senate discusses new athletic advisory committee, makes committee changes

The University Senate approved minor committee changes and discussed President Michael Gottfredson’s decision to appoint a new athletic advisory group
Michael Gottfredson, UO president
April 29

UO president says innovation deficit threatens economic security

President Gottfredson provides written remarks to the U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee about contributions of research universities
Provost Scott Coltrane
April 24

UO launches mission statement revision effort

A new website, online survey and upcoming public meetings will allow the campus community to help guide the process
April 23

When the big one hits, every minute counts

Geology faculty shared information with elected officials about benefits of a possible earthquake early warning system
Students and staff are wearing teal T-shirts emblazoned with the website in an effort to create more awareness of available resources
April 21

UO launches SAFE website

UO has a new website that provides information about reporting sexual violence and harassment and resources for students who have experienced sexual violence
The Princeton Review’s 2014 “Guide to 332 Green Colleges”
April 17

UO earns green honor for fifth straight year

Princeton Review's 'Guide to Green Colleges' noted that the UO offers programs to train green professionals in business, architecture and public policy

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