Archive for January, 2008

1.5 BILLION Reasons to Cheer!

Wednesday, January 30th, 2008

As an economics junkie I was thrilled to read this recently released study on Oregon State University’s economic footprint. OSU’s economic footprint is around 1.5 billion dollars. This is huge news not only for OSU but for the State of Oregon as well! OSU is the state’s only university designated as having “Very High Research […]

Power Outage This A.M. — Everything Back on Track

Tuesday, January 29th, 2008

The Office of Admissions and some other areas on campus experienced a power outage this morning and, as you can see below, we spent a few hours working in the dark. The power is back and everything is working as normal. –mko

For DPP students: LBCC, Chemeketa CC, and Lane CC closed today due to weather

Monday, January 28th, 2008

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Transferring? Attend an Oregon Transfer Days Program

Monday, January 28th, 2008

Students attending community colleges often have questions on transferring to four-year institutions. The Oregon Transfer Days program is in high gear and representatives from colleges and universities will be visiting community college campuses across the state. See the complete schedule below. PORTLAND, January 24, 2008 – In an effort to assist Oregon community college students […]

OSU Admissions Blog Adds New Author: James Miller

Friday, January 25th, 2008

Greetings! My name is James Miller. I am an alumnus of Oregon State University (2006), double major in Economics and Psychology. I am an Admissions Advisor here in the OSU Office of Admissions. It’s very exciting for me to be joining the Admissions Blogging Team! My main role in the office is similar to that […]

OSU Ecampus Reaches Record Enrollment

Thursday, January 24th, 2008

Oregon State University’s Ecampus is growing. Its fully accredited online degree programs bring quality educational opportunities to students who may not be able to step foot on campus. Military personnel, working parents and adults and other students across the state of Oregon and around the world, find convenience and access in Ecampus programs whether they […]

OSU Gets an ‘A’ in Gender Equity

Wednesday, January 23rd, 2008

From the Oregonian: Oregon State University ranked second among Pacific-10 Conference schools and seventh nationwide in a recent study on gender equity in college athletics. The fifth Gender Equity Scorecard, which pertained to the 2005-06 academic year, graded 115 Division I colleges. Oregon State was among 11 colleges receiving an “A” grade. The University of […]

Admissions Team Member Awarded OSU Faculty/Staff of the Week!

Tuesday, January 22nd, 2008

From an announcement in The Daily Barometer: CONGRATULATIONS ALEX BECK! Alex was chosen as the OSU Faulty/Staff of the Week Alex works in the Tour Office of Admissions. She coordinates several student workers who give tours to visitors and guests on campus. Alex is the consummate Beaver Believer, is always positive and high-energy, regardless of […]

Screenwriter Mike Rich is the AEP Fellow for January

Friday, January 18th, 2008

The Austin Entrepreneurship Program Fellow for Thursday, January 24 is Mike Rich, screenwriter of “Finding Forrester,” “The Rookie,” and “Radio”. View his biography below: Mike Rich’s screenwriting breakthrough came in 1998 when his script “Finding Forrester” was honored by the prestigious Nicholl Fellowship competition. Within weeks it was picked up by Columbia Pictures and was […]

Beavers to Fly South for the Winter

Wednesday, January 16th, 2008

Ever thought about studying abroad? OSU offers several international study abroad programs, including one in Antarctica. Read on: OSU Class Heading to Antarctica; Spots Open for Public CORVALLIS, Ore. – Oregon State University students and members of the public will have a unique opportunity to learn first-hand about the effects of climate change and human […]

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