Chief Resilience Officer Andre LeDuc said the university expects cases to go up once students return to campus.
GTFF demands personal protective equipment, testing for all people on campus, paid safety training for GEs and other actions in a grievance sent directly to UO President Michael Schill.
“Even as we shift to a predominantly remote experience, the cost of providing a University of Oregon education hasn’t changed, and neither has the value of a UO degree,” UO President Michael Schill said.
“I am angry and a little in disbelief that I am teaching in person in the fall,” anthropology GE Diana Christie said. “I definitely do not want to be teaching in person, and I don’t want anyone else to be teaching in person.”
Students asked for more diverse faculty, accessible reporting procedures and greater transparency in housing applications.