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 […]
Posts Tagged ‘Marine Biology’
Whether you are a senior trying to decide which college to attend or a junior just starting the college selection process, the Spring Visit program is a great way to learn more about Oregon State University.Â There four program dates : Monday, February 21st, 2011, Friday, March 25th, 2011, Friday, April 1st, 2011 and Friday, […]
Kelly Falkner an OSU professor in the College of Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences will begin a new chapter in her career as she moves to a leadership position with the National Science Foundation. She will take a position with the Office of Polar Programs, which oversees research and funding in the Arctic and Antarctic regions. […]
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 â€œGenius Awards,â€ the fellowships include a $500,000 stipend to further the recipientâ€™s scholarship. They are presented annually by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. […]
There has already been a lot written here on the Admissions Blog and other media outlets about Jane Lubchenco’s appointment to direct NOAA in the Obama Administration. Folks in the know here in the GPNW (Great Pacific Northwest) were already aware that OSU’s Marine Biology/Marine Science research, facilities, academic programs and faculty are amongst the […]
You might have read BV’s previous news posting on how President-elect Barack Obama selected Oregon State University Professor Dr. Jane Lubchenco today to chair the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). This is big news. I’ve read many articles on Dr. Lubchenco – she’s a distinguished professor and one the world’s leading researchers in science. […]
Just found this on the internets (hat tip to Blue Oregon): Washington Post- Lubchenco Will Helm National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration By Juliet Eilperin President-elect Barack Obama has tapped Oregon State University professor Jane Lubchenco, one of the nation’s most prominent marine biologists, to head the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Lubchenco, a conservationist who […]
As promised, here’s a video of the ceremony: Enjoy!
Big news happened at Oregon State University today, and I wanted to get something about this posted as soon early as possible. Terri Irwin, whose efforts with Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin, daughter Bindi, and son Bobby, signed an agreement with the Marine Mammal Institute at Oregon State University to fund two humpback whale research projects. […]
Update: “Terri Irwin Signs Whale Research Project at Oregon State University” You may remember my previous blog posting on Terri Irwin, the widow of Steve Irwin, and her family helping with whale research at OSU (“Crocodile Hunter Widow Terri Irwin to Launch Whale Research at OSU”). This week, the Irwin family is expected to be […]
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