November 30, 2018 – The runway seminars will connect core education courses around a "big question" to help first-year students successfully transition into the university
November 30, 2018 – 30 participants will be selected for the program
What Is Your Big Question?
TEP, the Office of the Provost, and the Division of Undergraduate Studies seek up to 12 faculty fellows to develop—with an eye toward offering in AY19-20—UO’s first core education “runways.” Fellows will receive a $1K stipened.
Runways (a tentative name) are meant to enhance the intellectual coherence and sense of community of students’ first year at the university by focusing on a big question that runs through several core education and writing courses.
November 20, 2018 – The group – made up of faculty, staff and students – will examine the structure of the college to help determine the most effective way to meet the university’s liberal arts mission.
November 20, 2018 – During her visit, Ginger Clark of USC also will address the University Senate on Thursday Nov. 28.
November 12, 2018
This message is to remind you of a number of academic policies that may affect your course planning, grading, and exam schedules for fall 2018. This message covers the following topics:
November 9 – A new liaison will offer assistance and support to the partners of new hires at the university.
November 5, 2018 – UO Provost announces the next phase of the Presidential Initiative in Data Science with the appointment of a director and committee to oversee the program.
The Robert D. Clark Honors College (CHC) invites course proposals for participation in a new interdisciplinary program, the Calderwood Seminars in Public Writing, beginning in Winter term 2020. The CHC welcomes proposals from both CHC and non-CHC faculty members.