Socks. An unopened loaf of bread. Ear phones. All of those things could — and probably should — have ended up someplace other than the trash. But that’s where they were Wednesday, until they were pulled from a smelly Dumpster at Oregon State University.
An Oregon State University marine biologist is celebrating an Oscar win. A film he helped with –called The Cove – was recognized as best documentary. Scott Baker runs the Marine Mammal Institute at Oregon State University. Scientists there work to preserve critical ocean species and habitats.
“The Cove” featured an appearance by Oregon State University scientist Scott Baker. Animal Planet says the series may premiere in the fall, after “The Cove” premieres on the channel this summer.
Many of researcher Lia Danelishvili’s American counterparts only know her native Georgia as a country because the recent conflict with Russia made news here. For the rest, the mention of Georgia conjures up the American state of Georgia, a place she has never been. On Monday, Danelishvili presented OSU with a Georgian flag to hang along with the others displayed in the Memorial Union concourse. The flag will be the 128th national emblem placed there.