OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

The Center for the Humanities, established at Oregon State University in 1984, is an interdisciplinary research center that grants Fellowships to visiting U.S. and international scholars as well as faculty from OSU. The resident research Fellowships, awarded for one to three terms, provide a stipend as well as a comfortable office, computer, and support services. In addition to the Fellowship program, the Center supports humanities research and teaching by sponsoring conferences, seminars, lecture series, and other events. The Center occupies the Autzen House, a handsome, 100-year-old building on the eastern edge of campus at 811 S.W. Jefferson Avenue. It is a member of the Consortium of Humanities Centers and Institutes.