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  • State Representative Nancy Nathanson kicked off the UO’s Big Opportunities with Big Data Conference on August 8th by highlighting the opportunities and threats our data driven economy presents, the importance of big data analysis for Oregon industries, and the necessity of leveraging Oregon resources in support of Oregon academic institutions and small businesses. She noted the necessity of developing a workforce trained to meet the challenges of intelligibly generating, curating, storing,...
  • A change in how the UO pays tuition for some of its graduate employees, specifically those working as research assistants, will free up more money for research and could allow the university to boost GE hiring. While the majority of GEs are in teaching-related roles, 17% work as research assistants. The change, which goes into effect this fall, reduces the amount of tuition paid out of grants for research assistants who have been advanced to candidacy in a doctoral program, making them eligible...
  • The Graduate School and the Office for Research & Innovation have announced the six winners of a new fellowship: the Julie and Rocky Dixon Graduate Innovation Award. The award is designed to support doctoral students who are interested in pursuing innovative experience that will prepare them for careers outside of academia in areas including but not limited to industry, business, and the non-profit and government sectors. The experiences will not only enhance the students’ doctoral studies...
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