photo: UO entry gatesIn order to achieve the goals for excellence, diversity, innovation, and competitiveness related to graduate education that are articulated in the Academic Plan, the UO needs:
  • To nurture an institutional culture that fosters excellence, innovation, and diversity.
  • To make strategic, increased investments that foster graduate education goals.
  • To ensure access to good assessment information to promote data-driven policies and practices.
  • A proactive and responsive Graduate School with strong, effective connections to academic leaders, faculty and graduate students.
  • Bold, concerted action by academic leaders, faculty, and University Advancement.
In our efforts to be proactive and responsive, and to create strong connections, this section of the Graduate School website is dedicated to sharing information with those faculty who oversee and deliver graduate education. Here you will find information and updates on:
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