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Eighty-three faculty members in the College of Arts and Sciences were recently honored for their work.
February 17

College of Arts and Sciences honors faculty achievement

Eighty-three faculty members in the college received 94 awards and honors for their teaching and research in the past year.
February 12

President announces appointment of UO auditor

Trisha Burnett has served as interim auditor since November and will continue as head of the Office of Internal Audit at the university.
February 1

Public comment period opens on tuition and fee rates

Under the proposal, which still must go before the Board of Trustees, resident tuition at the UO would remain below that of peer research universities.
Darci Heroy
January 26

Darci Heroy appointed interim AVP, Title IX coordinator

Heroy has a law degree from the UO and has worked as a sexual misconduct investigator and a consultant on Title IX issues.
UO President Michael Schill
January 25

President Schill to discuss access and education

Schill in November announced the Oregon Commitment, which provides many in-state students the support they need to graduate in four years.
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January 11

Comments sought on draft of strategic framework plan

The framework will serve as a guide for the university as it works to turn the vision for its future into reality.
President Michael Schill
January 6

President Schill outlines plan to boost research, academics

The president plans to seek savings in central administration and put more emphasis on tenure-track faculty and research.
UO chemistry professor Geri Richmond will receive the national Medal of Science
December 22

Highest honor: Geri Richmond to receive Medal of Science

The National Medal of Science is the highest honor given by the U.S. government to scientists, engineers and inventors.
December 21

Additional candidate for AVP and Title IX position sets visit

The candidate, from the initial pool of applicants, will be on campus for two days, Jan. 4-5, for interviews and a public presentation.
December 17

Work groups formed to address issues for black students at UO

The 13 work groups will be led by members of the university’s senior leadership and will craft recommendations by Jan. 29.

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