Office of the President

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.
December 10

President Schill: Faculty, staff and students make the season bright

UO President Michael Schill sent the following holiday greeting
Ethnic studies professor Charise Cheney will lead a panel looking at the history of two people whose names are on campus buildings
December 3

Charise Cheney to lead committee examining building names

Dunn and Deady halls are two buildings whose names have raised concerns among students calling for racial equity and respect.
November 19

Campus invited to join in a conversation about race, equity

The event will take place Friday, Nov. 20, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Great Room of the Global Scholars Hall.
November 18

President calls for more campus conversations on issues of race

President Michael Schill is calling on the campus community to continue to confront difficult issues of racial equity and participate in upcoming campus conv
November 12

President's Oregon Commitment draws wide media attention

President Michael Schill’s announcement of a $17 million effort to raise the UO’s four-year graduation rate turned into a national story, picked up by newspa
UO President Michael Schill
November 9

President launches initiative to open doors, reduce time to graduation

The $17 million plan will expand scholarship and help students save thousands in tuition by helping ensure they graduate in four years.
UO President Michael Schill
November 5

President to unveil new student access and success program

The new plan will build on the success of PathwayOregon, the innovative program that is aiding hundreds of Oregon students.

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