07/17/2015 • President Michael Schill's whirlwind first week on the job took him all across campus and around the state to meet with faculty, staff, students, alumni and community members. President Schill shared his thoughts in a video message to campus. Click here to view it.
07/06/2015 • UO President Michael Schill began a day-long tour of campus early Monday, meeting with employees and faculty in the lead-up to a welcome event in the afternoon. To read more and see pictures from President Schill's first days on the job visit AroundtheO.
06/30/2015 • I am excited to report that I am getting on a plane to join you in Eugene. I can’t begin to tell you how thrilled I am about becoming part of the Duck community and assuming the presidency on Wednesday.
06/15/2015 • As finals come to a close and we prepare for the 2015 Commencement, I would like to congratulate the more than 5,100 University of Oregon students who have earned their degrees.
05/26/2015 • I wanted to provide an update on the General Counsel search and some background on a new direction for this position as we evaluate the role of the general counsel as an advisor to the president and senior leadership at the university.
05/26/2015 • As we begin the final weeks of the academic year, I have exciting news to announce about our plans to attract outstanding faculty from across the country to the UO.
05/14/2015 • This is the first time I’ve addressed the full senate since the Board of Trustees announced their selection of Professor Mike Schill as the new president of the University of Oregon.
05/13/2015 • Interim President Coltrane and Senate President Kyr sent the following email to faculty and staff regarding a need to reset this year's university elections: Dear Colleagues, As you may know, elections for the University Senate, university standing committees, and the Officers of Administration Council began on Friday, May 8. Unfortunately, we have discovered technological issues that could compromise the results.
04/22/2015 • As part of the comprehensive initiatives to address sexual assault, the university is seeking nominations for a new Sexual Assault Advisory Council. This group will play a key role in advancing the university’s comprehensive plan to improve its practices in preventing and responding to sexual assault and ensuring the campus is respectful and safe for all students, faculty, staff, and visitors.