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    Heat Information

    July 31st, 2017

    July 31, 2017 – 5:44 pm

    Below is messaging regarding upcoming heat this week for faculty and for staff.

    Messaging for Faculty

    Dear Colleagues,
    Over the next few days, Eugene will be experiencing very high temperatures.  If you are teaching courses in rooms without adequate cooling, please work with your departmental scheduler, who will coordinate with the Office of the Registrar, to find an alternative location for your class.  This is particularly important if you are teaching in the afternoons on Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday.
    Best Regards,
    Michael Jefferis
    Assistant Registrar for Operations

    Messaging for Staff

    Colleagues,
    The current weather forecast indicates Eugene and Portland will experience severe temperatures over 100˚ most of this week. We recognize that these extreme temperatures may significantly impact some workspaces and employees across campus, which may affect normal operations. HR has reached out to supervisors to provide guidance during this period of inclement weather. Please be in communication with your supervisor if you have concerns about your workspace or assignments this week.
    The university is expected to remain open as usual for the remainder of the week. As with other inclement weather events, employees who are unable to report to work because of the extreme weather may use accrued vacation, compensatory time, exchange time, personal leave, or leave without pay to cover the missed work time, if applicable. Use of accrued sick leave is appropriate only in the case of illness.
    If you have any specific questions about how the weather may impact your work unit, please speak with your supervisor, or contact Human Resources at 541-346-3159 or through our hrinfo@uoregon.edu email.
    Best regards,
    Nancy Resnick
    Chief Human Resources Officer and Associate Vice President

    More information on UOAlert from early 2017-07-08

    July 8th, 2017

    A UOAlert message was sent at 1:47 a.m. on Saturday, July 8, 2017, related to law enforcement activity in the campus area:

    Eugene Police, with help from University of Oregon Police, searched for a suspect in a robbery that was reported near the Dutch Bros. coffee kiosk on the north side of Franklin Boulevard near Walnut Street. The suspect was described as a white male in his mid-to-late 20s, about 5-foot-9, 150-160 pounds; no further description was provided. Police were unable to find the man, but he was not believed to be near campus area after a thorough search of the area, and an “all-clear” UOAlert was issued at 2:21 a.m.


    More information on UOAlerts from early 2017-07-07

    July 7th, 2017

    A pair of UOAlert messages were sent in the early morning on Friday, July 7, 2017, both related to law enforcement activity in the campus area:

    Incident 1 (UOAlert issued 3:08 a.m.):

    Springfield Police pursued a Jeep west on Franklin Boulevard until it rolled over near Dad’s Gates on East 11th Avenue. The driver fled the accident and hid in bushes near the former Louie’s Village restaurant. Springfield, Eugene, and UO police searched for the man before UO Police took him into custody. An “all-clear” UOAlert was issued at 4:10 a.m.

    Incident 2 (UOAlert issued 5:39 a.m.):

    Springfield and UO police assisted Eugene Police in looking for a suspect in a burglary in the 1000 block of East 19th Avenue. Police, including K9, were unable to find the man, but he was not believed to be in the immediate area, and an “all-clear” UOAlert was issued at 5:54 a.m.

     


    UOAlert! All Clear

    July 7th, 2017

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    07/07/2017 at 0551 Hours

    The situation has resolved. There is no longer a threat in the area of E 19th Ave/Harris St to E 17th Ave/Alder St.


    UOAlert!: Law enforcement activity

    July 7th, 2017

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    07/07/2017 at 0538 Hours

    Law enforcement activity is occurring in the area of E 19th Ave/Harris St to E 17th Ave/Alder St. Keep away from the area. Further updates will be posted to the Alerts blog: alerts.uoregon.edu


    UOAlert! All Clear

    July 7th, 2017

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    07/07/2017 at 0407 hours

    The situation has resolved. There is no longer a threat in the area of E 11th Ave, Hilyard St, Patterson St, and Broadway Blvd.


    UOAlert!: Law enforcement activity

    July 7th, 2017

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    July 7th, 2017 at 0305 hours

    Law enforcement activity is occurring in the area of E 11th Ave, Hilyard St, Patterson St, and Broadway Blvd. Keep away from the area at this time. Further updates will be posted to the Alerts blog: alerts.uoregon.edu


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