Sea star juveniles abundant, but recovery is anything but guaranteed
An unprecedented number of juvenile sea stars have been observed off the Oregon coast over the past several months – just two years after an epidemic nearly wiped the population out.
Science Pub: The Future of Oceans by Andrew Thurber
The oceans will face multiple climate-related stresses in the future: warming temperatures, low oxygen, acidification and a lack of biological productivity.
Engineers create a better way to boil water – with industrial, electronics applications
Engineers at OSU have found a new way to induce and control boiling bubble formation that may allow everything from industrial-sized boilers to advanced electronics to work better and last longer.
“Eve” and descendants shape global sperm whale population structure
The mitochondrial DNA from more than a thousand sperm whales examined during the past 15 years came from a single “Eve” sperm whale tens of thousands of years ago.
Pulitzer Prize winner Fredrik Logevall
A specialist on U.S. foreign relations, Logevall teaches a range of courses covering the history of U.S. diplomacy and foreign policy, as well as the international history of the Cold War and the Vietnam Wars.
40th Annual Klatowa Eena Powwow
Enjoy the traditional drumming, singing, and dancing of the contest powwow. Be sure to visit the vendors selling Native American items and crafts: beadwork, jewelry, books, woodwork, CDs, leatherwork, and many more beautifully crafted items!
Ettihad Cultural Festival
Experience the dynamic and diverse cultures of the region of Southwestern and Central Asia, as well as Northern Africa.
College of Engineering Undergraduate Expo
Our undergraduate students will share their work through the use of models, demonstrations, and posters with industry partners, alumni, the media, prospective students, their peers, other academic institutions, and the general public.