Board of Trustees

Angela Wilhelms
June 27

New board secretary to join university beginning July 7

Angela Wilhelms brings a background in law, public affairs, finance and planning to her new role with the university and board of trustees
UO Board of Trustees Meeting
June 13

Board of Trustees looks to future, capital campaign

The Board of Trustees heard about cluster hiring, enhancing student experiences and a billion dollar fundraising aspiration
UO Board of Trustees Meeting
June 12

UO trustees address policy issues ahead of switchover

Members approve policies on finance, delegation of authority and tuition and fees as they prepare to take over as the university's governing body on July 1
UO emblem on Dads' Gates
June 11

Provost shares new draft of revised UO mission statement

Comments on the draft statement will be accepted for another two months before a final proposal is presented to the UO Board of Trustees
June 3

Committee review paves way for governance changeover

Finance and facilities committee looks at policies that will be changed when the UO Board of Trustees meets in June
June 3

UO Trustees set final meeting before governance transition

The board will act on a list of important matters to set the stage for assuming authority over the UO July 1
UO President Michael Gottfredson
June 2

Gottfredson, Ford discuss sustainability with Oregon Business

The magazine sought out leaders in Oregon's public policy and business worlds to talk about green business practices and what the future holds
May 29

Comment period for university fee changes is extended

Public hearing is May 29, but a second hearing is set for June 3 and written comments will be accepted until June 4 to give people more time to comment
May 21

Expanded benefits announced for unrepresented faculty, OAs

New benefits, to take effect July 1, address paid family leave, discounted tuition and sabbatical compensation
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

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