March 1st, 2013
A roundup of OSU news
A roundup of OSU news
OSU’s Nutrition and Dietetics Club is teaming up with Be Well from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., March 5-6
Linus Pauling was born Feb. 28, 1901, and went on to become a world-renowned chemist and peace activist
Oregon State University has won a number of awards this year from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE)
OSU Engineers Without Borders traveled to Kenya last year to work on a water project which has just received a national award. (photo: Justin Smith)
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) is now offering after-hours crisis counseling services.
Edmunson-Morton, Histand are honored
Oregon State University will honor a leading medical researcher and a pioneer in the development of artificial intelligence with the highest honor it gives to […]
OSU’s College of Forestry always comes out on top during the OSU Food Drive, and their annual quilt raffle is part of the reason.
Kathryn Hoy of the Cornell Center for Behavioral Economics in Child Nutrition Programs visited OSU earlier this month.
The associate dean is a half-time appointment with primary responsibility for curriculum development, assessment and experiential learning.
Jessica White has been appointed Director of the recently approved Graduate Certificate in College and University Teaching, a new position in the Graduate School supported […]
OSU is helping to address the concerns of dual-career couples by taking the lead in establishing the Greater Oregon Higher Education Recruitment Consortium, a branch […]
A professor emeritus of the Oregon State University College of Education spent four months in Kenya during Fall 2012, working alongside OSU alum Kerre Bonaventure.
Oregon State University shares concerns with students and their parents over the importance of keeping a college education accessible and affordable.
Ray announced two initiatives supported by private gifts – a $40 million engineering research facility leveraged by three gifts totaling $20 million; and a $5 […]
Oregon State University’s annual month-long food drive events are kicking off this week with the first of dozens of creative activities.
News briefs of award winners
Carrie Giese, coordinator for Sexual Violence Prevention and Education at OSU, said that two recent assaults on or near campus has not only had a […]
Law enforcement officials in Corvallis and at Oregon State University are urging students and local residents to use caution, especially at night, after a woman […]