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|Wednesday, May 12, 2010|
University of Oregon President Richard Lariviere proposed a $1.6 billion endowment partially funded by state bonds, as part of a plan that would stabilize and eliminate uncertainty for the university.
Lariviere, who will present the proposal to the state Legislature next year, says that bold steps are needed to provide financial security.
Read more at The Register-Guard.
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