05/05/2014 • President Gottfredson sent the following message by email to faculty, students, and staff:
04/28/2014 • President Gottfredson's provided the following written testimony to the Senate Approporation Committee for a hearing on "Driving Innovation through Federal Investment" on April 29, 2014. Chairwoman Mikulski, Ranking Member Shelby, Senator Merkley, and Committee Members, I am Michael Gottfredson, President of the University of Oregon. I want to thank the Chairwoman and all members of the committee for the opportunity to submit testimony about the federal government-university partnership that has been at the heart of our nation’s economy for so long.
04/15/2014 • Kimberly Andrews Espy, vice president for research and innovation and dean of the Graduate School, has accepted the position of senior vice president for research at the University of Arizona. She begins May 27.
04/09/2014 • The following is the text of the president's prepared remarks to the University Senate at its regular monthly meeting. Good afternoon. I know you have a full agenda, so I will keep my remarks to three topics today: the Board of Trustees’ preparation to assume governance, funding for our clusters of excellence faculty hires, and the university’s mission statement.
04/07/2014 • Efficiencies gained through organizational changes will enable $1.5 million in recurring funds to be redirected toward the clusters of excellence faculty hiring initiative, the president and provost announced in an email to faculty and staff.
04/03/2014 • Sexual Violence Prevention & Reporting Resources:
04/02/2014 • President Gottfredson sent the following email to faculty, staff, and students about important action taken at the March meeting of the Board of Trustees of the University of Oregon: Dear Campus Community,
Letter to Congresswoman Bonamici opposing the Frontiers in Innovation, Research, Science, and Technology Act
03/31/2014 • President Gottfredson and Vice President for Research and Innovation Kimberly Espy sent the following letter to Congresswoman Suzanne Bonamici (D-Oregon) expressing their opposition to H.R. 4186, the Frontiers in Innovation, Research, Science, and Technology (FIRST) Act, citing the act's potentially adverse effect on research. March 31, 2014 Congresswoman Suzanne BonamiciUnited State House of Representatives439 Cannon HOBWashington, DC 20515 Dear Congresswoman Bonamici:
03/28/2014 • President Gottfredson's university update, below, was distributed to members of the University of Oregon Board of Trustees at their spring meeting on March 27, 2014. Good morning. Since we last met as a full group, we have experienced great progress and we have reason to celebrate on campus. You may have heard about many of these accomplishments, but I think it is important to share our success, collectively, as we work toward our aspirations. Others will expand on some of these topics over the course of this meeting.
03/11/2014 • President Gottfredson provided the following memo to the University Senate in place of his March update, as both he and the senior vice president and provost are traveling on university business and unable to attend the senate meeting.