NOTE: Audio archive of April 6 Town Hall is available
Coronavirus Information for Researchers
General Guidance for Researchers
The UO research enterprise is operating under State executive orders for higher education and is implementing a Staged Approach to Restarting Research Activity (see below).
Our overarching goals are to ensure the safety of our students, faculty, and staff while increasing research activity in a staged approach as public health guidance and safety conditions permit. Recovery will be a long-term transition with a restart process that is scaled gradually and aligned with public health conditions.
UO phase 0 permits limited essential maintenance activities; UO phase 0.5 expands to essential limited research activities for research on-campus and in the field; UO stages 1 permits expanded access to on-campus research and limited face-to-face human subjects research. UO stage 2 permits extended close contact activities in circumstances where such interaction is necessary to conduct research activities that cannot otherwise occur under UO stage 1 allowances.
- Refer to the Staged Approach to Restarting Research Activity for guidance
- Please use the primary UO inquiry form if you have further questions or email ResearchIMT@uoregon.edu.
- Visit the UO COVID-19 website for up-to-date information on the university’s response to the outbreak.
A Staged Approach for Restarting Research Activity
We have developed a framework for a phased approach to restart research activity and a path forward that ensures the safety, health, and well-being of our research enterprise.
NOTE: This message was sent to the UO research community on Jan. 21, 2021
The following message was sent to the UO research community on Nov. 17, 2020