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The Board of Trustees of the University of Oregon is the university’s governing body. The broad responsibilities of this 15-member group are to supervise, coordinate, manage, and regulate the UO, as provided by state statute. The trustees may exercise all powers, rights, duties, and privileges expressly granted by law or that are incidental to their responsibilities.


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Named for the UO's outstanding former quarterback, the clinic will offer a place where athletes can rest, recover and diagnose problems.

Trustees also will look at an updated budget for the current year, review three capital projects and hear two academic presentations.

If approved, the project would add flexibility to to seat up to 30,000 and would improve training and academic facilities at the storied field.