We have an obligation to protect our students—to educate them and create a safe and respectful campus experience. In the last few days I have heard from many of you and I have reflected on how to fulfill that mission while responding to a lawsuit against the university.Today I decided that it is in the best interest of the university community to file an amended answer to the lawsuit that withdraws the counterclaims.The university never intended to seek costs, fees, or damages against our student. With this action, we make that clear.
President Coltrane sent the following email to campus about Black HIstory Month and fostering campus conversations about racism:February’s designation as Black History Month presents us with an opportunity to reflect on past and current victories and challenges for racial equality in the U.S. I think we can all agree that our country has come a long way since great leaders like Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King, Jr., and John Lewis fought to ensure our country truly lived up to the United States Constitution’s promise of liberty and justice for all.
Interim President Coltrane delivered the following remarks at the 2015 MLK Day Community March:
Interim President Coltrane delivered the follow prepared remarks to the University Senate:I have a number of updates to provide related to our policies work, efforts to address sexual assault, hiring, and the strategic plan.Addressing Sexual Assault
Interim President Coltrane sent the following email to campus congratulating the Ducks football team on a great season:
Interim President Coltrane sent the following message to campus.