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OSU Awarded $1.2 Million for Nuclear Program

Wednesday, May 9th, 2012

Today the U.S. Department of Energy gave 143 monetary awards for a total of $47 million, including $1.2 million to Oregon State! This money comes from the federal government’s Nuclear Energy University Program. Here is the breakdown of what the funding will go to:   $871,119 for experiments to enhance he safety and efficiency of […]

The First Lady to Speak at Commencement

Thursday, March 29th, 2012

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!” […]

OSU Neuroscientist receives National Science Foundation Award

Wednesday, March 28th, 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 […]

O,S, Ewe! The Public is invited to observe spring lambing at OSU Sheep Center

Wednesday, February 8th, 2012

If you are going to be in Corvallis this February the public has an opportunity to observe this year’s lambing season at the OSU Sheep Center.  There are currently 250 ewes expecting and the center is hoping to see about 400 lambs join the OSU family. The visits will begin on February 20th until March […]

Honors College deadline February 1

Monday, January 30th, 2012

The deadline for application to the University Honors College is February 1. The application process is in addition to the priority admissions deadline for the university. The criteria to apply to the UHC is as follows: Application Criteria First-year: 3.75 GPA or 1820 SAT (27 ACT) Transfer: minimum 3.25 college GPA (Transcript(s) to accompany UHC […]

Campus Will be Closed on Friday, January 20th

Thursday, January 19th, 2012

Oregon State University’s main campus will be closed on Friday, January 20 due to continued flooding, road closures, and possible additional dangerous conditions as rivers and creeks crest during the next 12 to 24 hours.  We apologies for the inconvenience and please travel safely. For updated information as it becomes available, phone 541-737-8000 or visit […]

You had the questions, we’ve got the answers

Thursday, January 5th, 2012

Happy New Year from the Admissions office! We hope everyone had a good break. Before winter break all the admissions advisors were on the road traveling and visiting high schools and participating in College Fairs.  Several high school students had the opportunity to go to a presentation or meet with an admissions advisor.  To start […]

Hiring the Best and the Brightest

Friday, December 9th, 2011

We are excited to share that this year OSU has hired 80 faculty members that are the best and brightest.   They are coming from all over the nation and internationally from notable institutions.  The new tenure track faculty members have experience at prestigious universities and big impact companies.  Here’s the full story:  The rapid growth […]

Placement rates for OSU students

Wednesday, December 7th, 2011

UPDATED INFORMATION HERE… Some numbers from the recent 2010-11 Annual Campus Report that are certainly interesting: Performance of OSU students continued to be excellent in professional certification exams: Engineering—93 percent on Fundamentals of Engineering exam (national average 79 percent) Exercise Science—67 percent on national athletic training association exam (national average 52 percent) Nutrition—92 percent on […]

NOAA’s Marine Operations in Newport, OR

Monday, August 22nd, 2011

This Saturday, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) dedicated their new Marine Operations Center-Pacific Facility in Newport, OR (also home to Oregon State’s Hatfield Marine Science Center). Heading that dedication was former OSU distinguished professor Jane Lubchenco, who is the U.S. Secretary of Commerce and the first woman administrator for NOAA. Lubchenco was a […]

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