Archive for September, 2010

On-Campus Housing Still Available

Thursday, September 30th, 2010

Contrary to rumor, there is on-campus housing available this fall at Oregon State. From University Housing and Dining Services: OSU students looking for housing for the Fall 2010 term can still apply to live on campus in the residence halls. Please apply online via MyUHDS or contact the UHDS central office staff at 541.737.4771 for […]

OSU oceanographer/marine biologist awarded ‘Genius’ fellowship

Wednesday, September 29th, 2010

From OSU News: Kelly Benoit-Bird, a pioneering young oceanographer from Oregon State University, has been selected as one of 23 recipients nationwide of prestigious 2010 MacArthur Fellowships. Popularly called “Genius Awards,” the fellowships include a $500,000 stipend to further the recipient’s scholarship. They are presented annually by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. […]

Food@OSU introduces Orange Rewards

Thursday, September 23rd, 2010

Check out this great new program from OSU University Housing and Dining. Anyone on the OSU campus with an OSU ID card who makes use of our excellent dining halls and coffee shops should look into this! Food@OSU introduces Orange Rewards. Join the newly created Orange Rewards program and your OSU ID card will give […]

Convocation

Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010

Yesterday marked the first time OSU’s class of 2014 made the symbolic walk from the Memorial Union Quad to Gill Coliseum. This is the same walk that many of these students will be taking in four years during commencement. Also called “The New Student Walk”, students gather by their declared college and march to Gill […]

2010 Greek Recruitment (formerly known as ‘RUSH Week’ Success Tips)

Monday, September 20th, 2010

Today we bring you one of our other guest bloggers, Bob Kerr, coordinator of Greek Life at OSU, to discuss how to navigate Greek Recruitment (what was formerly known as RUSH Week). So, the day has finally arrived and you are headed for your freshman year at Oregon State. You have decided, in concert with […]

Oregon State University Alumnus selected to Asian Pacific Institute

Tuesday, September 14th, 2010

Oregon State University Alumnus, Khanh Le, was selected for a fellowship to Asian Pacific Institute for Congressional Studies.  The program is nine months long and allows post-college graduates to work in the executive or legislative branches of government, a federal agencies or a non-profit organization in the Washington area.  Only three participants are selected each […]

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