Carmen Wilson
Meeting needs on the margins

Graduate student Carmen Wilson makes inclusion an academic and personal mission.

A global leader, a statewide partner

With a record $336 million in external research funding in 2016, Oregon State researchers are leaders and innovators in natural resources, technology, agriculture, public health and other areas. The economic impact of Oregon State’s research enterprise: $762 million statewide and globally, according to ECONorthwest. Oregon’s leading public research university partners with communities and businesses across the state, the nation and the world to solve our most challenging problems.

Learning beyond the classroom

Auna Godinez has explored her interest in renewable materials through undergraduate research, study abroad and field work in the forests of Peru.

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Oregon’s statewide university begins in Corvallis

Oregon State University’s hometown is consistently ranked among the best college towns in the nation — as well as one of the smartest, safest and most sustainable. Learn all the reasons why Corvallis is a great place to live and learn.

And Corvallis is just a starting point. Oregon State brings leadership, innovation and excellence to every corner of Oregon. That includes education, pharmacy, veterinary medicine and professional MBA programs in Portland, world-class marine science programs in Newport and OSU-Cascades, its four-year campus in Bend.

Saving the oceans, saving the world

The Marine Studies Initiative is a university-wide commitment and a new model for teaching, research and outreach to address emerging issues and challenges facing the world’s oceans. It builds on Oregon State’s deep history of nationally ranked programs, world-leading research and premier facilities to help sustain healthy oceans and ensure wellness, environmental health and economic prosperity for future generations.

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A 21st century land grant for Oregon, the nation and the world

Designated the state’s land grant institution in 1868, Oregon State University continues to fulfill its mission of accessible education, problem-solving research and outreach that serves communities statewide. Oregon is our natural laboratory, and with a presence in all 36 counties — from coast to valley, mountains to high desert, cities to farms and ranches — our impact reaches across Oregon and beyond.