Students, faculty and staff raised questions and concerns in an effort to make their voices heard before the final decision on next year’s tuition is announced.
Nikole Hannah-Jones, the lead writer for The New York Times Magazine’s The 1619 Project, talked about the process of her project, the future of journalism and race inequities in a panel discussion with University of Oregon faculty and students on Feb. 19.
The pandemic has made it difficult for researchers in the Human Physiology Department to continue research projects, but students and faculty have come up with creative ways to adapt.
The I-fee will drop just under $2 per term for the 2021-22 fiscal year while budgeting for a minimum wage increase, free menstrual products and textbook and housing subsidies, among other things.
Provost and Senior Vice President Patrick Phillips unveiled the University of Oregon’s new diversity plan this past October, which includes the creation of an $11 million research and policy center focused on racial disparities and resilience. Now that the federal election cycle is over, for…
“We want to empower those who may not have enough exposure to higher education to pursue their dreams in science,” Minh Nguyen, president of UO Minority Association of Pre-Medical Students, said.
Office of the Provost and the Division of Equity and Inclusion are collaborating to attract and retain faculty of color across all departments
If approved, this would be the first Bachelor of Fine Arts dance program in the state of Oregon and first program in the country to put equal emphasis on dance of Eurocentric forms and African Diaspora forms.
The new resolution supports the Oregon Student Association’s advocacy for fee transparency and championing of an Oregon state bill that would do the same.