A letter from President Michael Gottfredson to University faculty announced that Provost Jim Bean will be resigning from his position as senior academic administrator.
Public records policy at the University of Oregon entered yet another phase Tuesday, as officials unveiled the latest effort to etch a proper level of transparency — amid publicity that claims the opposite — since reforms first appeared during the Richard Lariviere administration two years ago. A new team of …
Editorial: Looking into the upcoming term of the University of Oregon’s 17th president, Michael Gottfredson
On Wednesday, Michael Gottfredson will start his role as University president. And given the turbulence of the past year and a half, we thought it important to focus on just what the University president will be in charge of in what should be another important year.
Former University President Richard Lariviere stopped on campus Thursday afternoon to have his official presidential portrait taken. Unlike previous presidents, Lariviere’s portrait will not be a painting — instead, Lariviere requested a photo with University students in the background.
The Oregon State Board of Higher Education unanimously voted for Gottfredson to serve as the next University president. He will take office Aug. 1.
Editorial: Timing of president announcement further proof that OUS isn’t interested in the student voice
A trend is becoming clear here: Decisions that greatly affect us are made during times when we are least capable of expressing our collective voice.
According to a page on Secretary of State Kate Brown’s website, wealthy University donors Charles Lillis, Pat Kilkenny and Phil Knight have each ponied up $65,000, which along with a $62,500 contribution from Boyle and some other contributions has totaled their efforts up to $324,500. It’s clear what this is about.
Perhaps by the time my kids are college-aged the University will be different and will have reached its full potential. Until then, I’ll just look at my student debt total, shed a single tear, put my feet up and reassure myself it was worth it. Right?
Richard Lariviere, former University president, was confirmed as the Field Museum of Natural History’s new president and CEO following a vote Tuesday by the museum’s board of trustees.
Our “thumbs” choices for the week of ASUO general elections are oddly without thoughts on the ASUO general elections.
Former University president Richard Lariviere is top candidate in search for president and CEO of Chicago Field Museum of Natural History.
Former University President Richard Lariviere is being considered as a top candidate for CEO of the Field Museum of , a major natural history collection in Chicago
The Opinion desk yield our thumbs in certain directions in response to campus events.
University students received an email Wednesday morning with a list of the students, staff, faculty and community members charged with selecting the replacement for the University’s 16th president, Richard Lariviere.
After the firing of University President Richard Lariviere, the University and campus community are looking to become more independent from the State Board of Higher Education while remaining a public university.
Hey, don’t get us wrong, we like Robert Berdahl. And he’s probably going to be a solid leader for the six months he stands in as University president. But we still are not content. Here’s some of the people we would have liked instead to lead our campus.
Fall term was a time of challenge and triumph for the student body of the University. The term repeatedly tested the strength of our student voice, and at every turn the ASUO Executive stood with students to assert our right to a say in our own education.
Change seems more probable rather than possible. But there is still one looming question that strikes at the heart of this entire issue: Are we agents of change?
In a letter released to University students and staff on Tuesday, University President Richard Lariviere reflects on his gratitude for community support and his hopes for the future of the University.
A couple of the more memorable moments of fall term, commemorated with thumbs.
In an exclusive interview with the Emerald, Lariviere opened up about the University’s relationship with the Oregon University System, the lack of funding at the University and his future.
Of all the issues that have driven this term, however — despite the much that is yet to be decided about the interim and long-term replacements — Lariviere’s is the one basically decided. Meaning, that this has been one heck of a year to be a student journalist at the University.
In an interview with the Emerald, University President Richard Lariviere speaks his mind. Be sure to check back on Monday for the full 20-minute interview.
In a statement released on Wednesday, Oregon Democratic Rep. Peter DeFazio said he is disappointed in the Oregon University System’s unanimous decision to remove University President Richard Lariviere from office. DeFazio not only comments on the president’s removal, but he also argues that the OUS chancellor’s office should be abolished.
The ASUO Senate left a trail of expenditures in its wake as its last regularly scheduled meeting of fall term came to a dramatic, abrupt finish.
I am a senior at the University and I am writing to express my dismay and outrage over the Oregon University System’s unjust decision to fire University President Richard Lariviere, and to express my concern for the future of the University.
Here is the live stream of the Statutory Faculty meeting being held right now in McArthur Court.
I had the pleasure of meeting with University President Richard Lariviere during my tenure at The Duck Store’s coffee shop. It was a very typical autumn morning when he arrived in a fedora-topped, pinstriped suit. He was towering above the shirt racks that riddle the floor of the campus book store. I got an order for a 16-ounce Mayan mocha with no whip and looked up toward the customer. Sure enough, there’s the president of our University beaming down at me.