Archive for March, 2006

Degree Partnership Student story in Barometer

Friday, March 17th, 2006

It’s nice to see some of the success stories of students who have accessed the Degree Partnership Programs that OSU has formed throughout the state. Chris Taylor will be completing the education double degree this spring. In fall of 2005, he graduated with a degree in housing studies, and during September of 2005 Taylor started […]

OSU garners top Carnegie classification

Tuesday, March 14th, 2006

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching recently released their new classifications for colleges and universities. Oregon State is listed in the ‘very high research activity’ category. The previous category OSU was in was ‘Doctoral-Extensive Research I’. The newer designations are a clearer way to understand the core functions/mission of a particular university or […]

Beavers in WNIT

Tuesday, March 14th, 2006

The OSU Women’s basketball team and first-year coach LaVonda Wagner orchestrated an amazing turnaround this season to go from last in the Pac-10 to a winning record and a berth in the Women’s National Invitational Tournament. OSU will host the first round game at Gill Coliseum on Thursday! Congratulations Coach Wagner and the Lady Beavs! […]

Lane CC and OSU enter Degree Partnership Program

Tuesday, March 14th, 2006

On Thursday, March 9th, Oregon State University and Lane Community College (Eugene) signed a Degree Partnership Program agreement. This will allow students to concurrently enroll at both institutions and use the combined enrollment to qualify for full-time financial aid. There is great potential for this partnership to quickly evolve into one of OSU’s largest partnership […]

Graduate School Newsletter is online

Friday, March 10th, 2006

All you’ve ever wanted to know about the Graduate School at OSU. They post a quarterly newsletter about student awards, research initiatives, and the like. Link:Graduate School Newsletter -bv

HHS alums assist with Katrina recovery

Friday, March 10th, 2006

Two Oregon State University alumni from the College of Health and Human Sciences are highlighted for their work in the post-Katrina recovery in the HHS newsletter. Michael Millin MPH ’04 and MD is an ER physician and faculty member at Johns Hopkins Medical Center. -bv

Beaver Softball goes on 18 game win streak

Monday, March 6th, 2006

The Beaver Softball team just completed a 5-game sweep in the CSUF-Worth Tourney to push their win streak to 18 games! The #9 team in the country will have a chance to match or surpass their school-record 22 game win streakset last season. GO BEAVS!

‘Louder Than A Bomb’

Monday, March 6th, 2006

The catchy title of this GT article (thanks to Theresa Hogue) is in reference to the Black Poets Society at Oregon State. It is an expressive group that has ebbed and flowed along with the students that have come through the group over the years. The group’s ‘official description goes something like this: “The Black […]

Information about pre med programs: Why choose OSU for a pre med degree?

Wednesday, March 1st, 2006

(Note: This posting is the first of a series of articles highlighting different programs at Oregon State. This post is geared towards the many questions that students and counselors have about pre med program at Oregon State. Much of the content of this post comes from the College of Science paper, “Pre Med Programs – […]

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