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.
A former Lundquist College of Business associate dean filed a $1.5 million lawsuit against UO after she was fired last March.
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…
Office of the Provost and the Division of Equity and Inclusion are collaborating to attract and retain faculty of color across all departments
With a new agreement between faculty and administration, career instructors now have peace of mind when it comes to contract renewals.
UO students and faculty are attempting to block the university from amending the campus plan to allow building and playing field construction along the Willamette River.
Biology instructors Nicola Barber and Alan Kelly believe Chegg provides user data to avoid copyright infringement lawsuits.
In August, the U.S. Department of Education implemented changes to federal Title IX regulations, causing universities around the country — including the University of Oregon — to adjust their own Title IX rules and standard operating procedures in response.