Archive for December, 2006

Entrepreneurship rules at OSU

Wednesday, December 27th, 2006

Creating and running their own business is the dream of many people. At OSU, our students are doing just that. A recent article in USA Today shows the shift of younger Americans away from a corporate existence to one of personal creativity and risk. This motivation isn’t new and neither is it a new characteristic […]

National Science Foundation taps Oregon State University for tsunami research

Wednesday, December 27th, 2006

The National Science Foundation (NSF) has selected OSU’s Hindsdale Tsunami Wave Lab as the host site for tsunami research in the United States. NSF funded tsunami research will be hosted by OSU, and visiting faculty and students will have an opportunity to utilize the largest tsunami wave lab in the world. Click for video of […]

Announcement-Admissions office closed January 4th

Tuesday, December 26th, 2006

The OSU Admissions office will be closed for an office-wide training on January 4th. The Campus Visitor Center next door will be operating as usual so students and families that wish to tour OSU can still do so. We’ll do our best to catch up on the email and phone calls when we reopen on […]

OSU Air Force ROTC wins drill awards

Thursday, December 7th, 2006

From the GT: Oregon State University’s Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps’ (AFROTC) Silver Talons Drill teams earned two awards for their color guard and precision marching routine at the Albany Veterans’ Day parade on Nov. 11. Oregon State University’s Air Force ROTC four-man special operations drill team conducted the color guard service, commanded by […]

What are you doing over winter break??

Thursday, December 7th, 2006

From The Barometer: In a few days, international health sophomore Tim Harris will leave for a trip to Centenary, Zimbabwe, where he will volunteer at St. Albert’s Mission Hospital for three weeks of winter break. The idea was born after Harris heard a Sept. 28 lecture from Darrell Ward, an associate director of cancer communications […]

Shuttle pilot is OSU alumnus; Alaska native

Thursday, December 7th, 2006

UPDATE!!! Just found a blog that Bill Oefelein, pilot of the recent space shuttle mission is conducting about the mission. Discovery’s seven astronauts are among the most culturally diverse of any space shuttle crew. There are two African-Americans, an astronaut of Indian descent, the soon-to-be first Swede in space, a British-born mission specialist, an Alaskan […]

OSU Enrollment for Fall 2006

Thursday, December 7th, 2006

Included here are some snippets of information concerning the enrollments of students at Oregon State University for the Fall term 2006. These were distributed by Kate Peterson, Assistant Provost for Enrollment Management and Rebecca A. Sanderson, Interim Director of Institutional Research & Director of Student Affairs Research and Evaluation: The overall enrollment headcount increased slightly […]

  • Recent Posts

  • Categories

  • Archives