05/28/2014 • The following is the text of the president's prepared remarks to the University Senate at its regular meeting.
05/28/2014 • President Gottfredson sent the following memo to University Senate President Robert Kyr on May 28, 2014, accompanying his signature on a new academic freedom policy that was approved by the senate on April 9, 2014. DATE: May 28, 2014TO: Senate President Robert KyrFROM: President Michael GottfredsonSUBJECT: Senate Policy Proposal US13/14-29, Academic Freedom Policy
05/20/2014 • President Gottfredson sent the following email to faculty and officers of administration: Dear Colleagues,
05/19/2014 • President Gottfredson has announced the formation of an independent, external review panel to conduct an evaluation of the university's practices for preventing and responding to sexual misconduct.
05/15/2014 • The following message was sent by email to faculty, staff, and students on Thursday, May 15, 2014. Dear Campus Community,
05/14/2014 • The following is the text of the president's prepared remarks to the University Senate at its regular monthly meeting. Thank you, Margie. And thank you for your service to the Senate this past year. I know this is the last meeting of your presidency, and I want to take a moment to thank you for the skill and diplomacy with which you’ve handled any number of important issues that have come before the Senate. You’ve accomplished a lot during a time of great change, and we appreciate it very much.
05/09/2014 • President Gottfredson made the following statement at a press conference on the University of Oregon campus called for 11:00 a.m. PDT on Friday, May 9, 2014. Full text of the president's remarks is below.
05/06/2014 • President Gottfredson sent the following message to all students, faculty, and staff regarding a report released by the Eugene Police Department on May 5, 2014. Dear Campus Community, The report of sexual violence affecting our community is of deep concern to me, as it is to all of us. The University of Oregon takes such reports extremely seriously. As a residential campus, a close community of students, faculty, and staff, supporting our students and protecting their safety is our highest priority.