Colleges are using universal design to create more accessible learning environments for students of all kinds — what could this mean for UO and higher education post-pandemic?
Universities nationwide have decided to require proof of COVID-19 vaccination from students, staff and faculty starting fall 2021. UO will announce its decision on a vaccination requirement by the end of this term.
SAIL is a free pre-college program, intending to inspire students across the state of Oregon
The University of Oregon provost’s office announced April 13 that it will stop using all remote proctoring services that rely on artificial intelligence at the close of the spring 2021 term. UO hopes to promote academic integrity through a “more human and relational” lens, said Carol Gering,…
The University of Oregon is one of the dozens of universities being sued for not refunding tuition and fees during the pandemic.
During the 2021 spring term, University of Oregon President Michael Schill is teaching an honors college class titled “Higher Education in the United States: An Introduction to Key Issues and Challenges.”
The team has been working in collaboration with Arcimoto, a local EV manufacturer, on this project since spring 2020 with plans to launch a pilot program in June 2022.
UO Senators, administrators and department heads will receive training on toxic stress, anti-racist leadership and classroom resiliency
UO computer science professor Brittany Erickson said while colleges have made noticeable efforts to improve diversity in STEMs, barriers still make it difficult for women to get their voices heard.