Oregon State University

Feature Stories

Jun 09, 2005

A team consisting of OSU students and others is testing a propulsion system that could cut the time needed for a human flight to Mars.

Jun 09, 2005

Isis Ilias started her college career by getting involved in every program she could find, but she soon realized she needed to prioritize.

May 09, 2005

Chris Johns, OSU alumnus and editor-in-chief of National Geographic magazine, is recipient of the university's Distinguished Service Award for 2005.

Apr 09, 2005

Jane Clark keeps herself involved in OSU and in the world.

Apr 09, 2005

From seed to market, Organic Growers Club members learn to do it all.

Apr 08, 2005

An international expert on honeybees is better known at OSU for teaching a "far out" course.

Apr 08, 2005

Josè Reyes leads an OSU team designing a safer, smaller, more streamlined nuclear reactor.

Mar 09, 2005

Childhood obesity is becoming a crisis in Oregon, and OSU professors are working with schools and communities to get it under control.

Feb 09, 2005

Michelle Bacon spent her international internship caring for cheetahs in Namibia in southern Africa--and she loved it.

Feb 09, 2005

Tim Fiez is part of the University Libraries team that developed a comprehensive website about the Willamette River Basin.