First Lady, Michelle Obama, will provide the commencement address at Oregon State’s 143rd annual ceremony on June 17th. OSU President Ed Ray invited Michelle Obama to give the address. In the invitation, he cited her work on behalf of youth health and the university’s commitment to fighting hunger and obesity. The first lady’s “Let’s Move!” […]
Archive for March, 2012
Sarina Saturn who is a neuropsychologist and an assistant professor of psychology at Oregon State University has earned The Career Award, which is the most prestigious award from NSF for new faculty members. Sarina is going to be creating a partnership between the Cross-Cultural Mentorship Program and the College Assistance Migrant Program at OSU to […]
Check your mailbox! Just got word from the scholarship coordinator that scholarship awards for fall 2012 are going out now. In the past week they awarded and sent scholarship letters to: -About 800 additional Academic Achievement awards in the “competitive round” (they awarded about 750 during awarding prior to Feb. 1) -approximately 150 Presidential scholarships […]
Whether you are just starting your college search or are already admitted to OSU, our open house programs can accommodate your needs. We have several full-day programs during the year to provide you an in-depth look at OSU. OSU Spring Visits are a great opportunity to learn the basics about Oregon State University. You’ll spend […]
You’ve been admitted, what’s next? Scholarship Acceptance If you applied for OSU Scholarships through the admission application and you were selected for a scholarship award, you will be sent a letter of offer. You must respond to this scholarship by May 1, 2012 to secure any scholarship awards prior to the deadline. Scholarship offers cannot […]
Last Friday, Sonny Ramaswamy, dean of Oregon State University’s College of Agricultural Sciences was appointed director of the National Institute of Food and Agriculture by President Barack Obama. Ramaswamy started at OSU in 2009 and has made many accomplishments during his short time here. Carl Casale, an OSU graduate and president of CHS Inc., a leading energy, grains […]
Recently, the Oregon Legislature approved bonds for three capital projects at Oregon State. The Student Experience Center is slated to replace the aging Snell Hall and will house student organizations and accommodate student events. This project is also student-fee funded so Oregon State students are investing in this project. The concept includes a new outdoor […]
Oregon State representatives will be at various college fairs throughout the northwest next week! The fairs are affiliated with the Pacific Northwest Associate for College Admission Counseling (PNACAC). These college fairs are a great way for prospective students to learn more about attending Oregon State and to get their questions answered about the admission process. […]
From http://www.corndogday.com The Back Story by Henry Otley, co-founder The history of National Corndog Day dates back to 1992 to the sleepy college town of Corvallis, Oregon. Young Brady Sahnow and Henry Otley had just spent two solid days watching “the big men’s college basketball tournament” in the basement of Brady’s house. It was during […]
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