Welcome President Schill

Please join the campus community as we welcome Michael H. Schill to the University of Oregon! You are invited to join the 18th president for summer refreshments and socializing as he begins his first full week with the UO at a special reception for students, faculty, and staff.

Date: Monday, June July 6, 2015

Time: 3:00 p.m.

Location: Allen Hall

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6 Responses to Welcome President Schill

  1. honest Uncle Bernie says:

    is it supposed to say July 6, 2015, instead of June 6?

  2. Daniel Pope says:

    Was this the first notification of the event, on the day it took place? Public Affairs Communications should have sent this out earlier. Did anybody reading UOMatters go to the reception? Can we get a report?

  3. just another volunteer says:

    email sent June 29 from:

    Incoming President Schill

    “I am excited to get to work and absorb life in the Pacific Northwest. While many of you may not be on campus during July, if you are in town, I hope you will consider joining me for my first official day on campus on Monday, July 6. I will be spending my day touring campus and meeting with fellow Ducks. The day will conclude with an event for students, faculty, and staff at 3:00 p.m. in Allen Hall where we can get to know each other and enjoy some summer refreshments as I begin to get acclimated to life on campus.”

    • Daniel Pope says:

      OK, I must have hit delete too fast on the June 29message. Apologies to Public Affairs. Does anyone have a report on the event?

  4. honest Uncle Bernie says:

    A suggestion to Pres Schill, meant in a helpful spirit:: Many people pay scant attention to messages from Johnson Hall, especially the invitation to meet in a week on July 6. A brief reminder the day before would have gotten the attention of more people.

    Something else: I still remember Paul Olum and then Myles Brand joining faculty tables in the EMU for lunch, often several times per week. True, that was when there were faculty tables to join. Those two had far more support from the faculty, in some rought times, than any of their successors, including the late Dave F.

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