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Friday, May 23, 2014

Today in the News Media

Today in the News Media is a synopsis of some of the most prominent coverage of OSU people and programs. Inclusion of any item constitutes neither an endorsement nor a critique, but rather is intended only to make the OSU community aware of significant items in the media.

Officials: Don’t touch seal pups at the coast (Statesman Journal)

Oregon State University marine mammal biologist Jim Rice is urging the public to refrain from touching or approaching the seal pups, which in most cases are not orphaned or abandoned, he pointed out. They frequently are left on the beach by their mothers, who are out looking for food. (see also KMTR, KOIN)

Rare twin foals born (KEZI)

Veterinarians are calling it a miracle: twin foals born in the Corvallis area. Vets at Oregon State University say it is rare for horses to have surviving twins, yet they are getting ready to send the newborns home.

Bringing back a rare butterfly at Finley (Gazette-Times)

“This is the first time we’ve had a planned release of Fender’s blue, ever,” said Paul Severns, a post-doctoral researcher at Oregon State University, who is using the release as a way to study which species of lupine the butterfly — which has been listed as an endangered species since 2000 — prefers as a host plant for its eggs and larvae. (see also Jefferson Public Radio)

Climate scientists describe hotter, drier Oregon (Gazette-Times)

How about a 24-inch rise in the sea level at Newport by 2100? Or an increase in temperature of up to 14 degrees Fahrenheit? Those are some of the possible effects of climate change in the Pacific Northwest, as outlined by Phil Mote, who helped to write the Northwest portion of the third national climate assessment that was released May 6. Mote is an Oregon State University professor and the director of the Oregon Climate Change Research Institute for the Oregon University System.

History of whaling in South Georgia and its impact revealed with DNA samples (MercoPress)

“From a preliminary look at the DNA sequences, it appears that there was a high level of genetic diversity in these whales, which is what we’d expect from pre-exploitation samples,” said Angela Sremba, a doctoral student in the Department of Fisheries and Wildlife at Oregon State University and lead author on the study.

Scientists discover California brown pelicans nesting in the Northwest (Chinook Observer)

The unusual nesting behavior follows a northward shift in the birds’ migratory patterns over the past three decades, according to Oregon State University seabird ecologist Dan Roby. He noted that a similar pelican species has also been moving north and expanding its breeding range on the East Coast, which suggests it could be linked to climate change. (see also Statesman Journal)

Consequences of the Truman Doctrine (Huffington Post)

A piece by OSU’s Christopher McKnight Nichols, assistant professor of history, Oregon State University. (see also OUP Blog)

Bend company makes engine work with natural gas (Bend Bulletin)

Onboard Dynamics effort stems from OSU-Cascades research.

Said the Wolff to the Beavers (Gazette-Times)

Wolff, a professor of writing and literature at Stanford University, visits Corvallis Thursday to accept OSU’s Stone Award for Lifetime Literary Achievement.

Add the buzz of mason bees to your garden (Blue Mountain Eagle)

The diversity of flowers requires a diversity of pollinators,” said George Hoffman, entomology researcher in Oregon State University’s Department of Crop and Soil Science. “Also, if one disease affects one pollinator, it doesn’t necessarily affect the others. Gardens need a diversity of pollinators so one disease or parasite won’t wipe out all its pollinators.”

‘Ellen Show’ surprises Oregon State students (KVUE Austin)

If you’re a fan of The Ellen DeGeneres Show, then Oregon State University was the place to be on Wednesday.

Looking beneath Mt. St. Helens (McClatchy)

Along with UW, Rice and the USGS, participants include teams of researchers at Oregon State University in Corvallis, the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory at Columbia University in New York and Eidgenoessische Technische Hochschule of Zurich.

Today

Memorial Day Celebration May 19-23: Join OSU and Corvallis in a week of memorial for this country’s service men and women. Service members, past and present, and their dependents are invited to place a pin on the world map displayed in the campus’ Memorial Union Main Lounge to signify the different locations they have served. Carnations will be provided in the Memorial Union throughout the week for the community to place at various veteran memorials around the campus.

Department of Mathematics – Department Head Candidate: David Auckly will give a talk on his mathematical research on Friday, May 23, from 9-10 a.m. in Kidder 202. The title of his talk is “Stable Equivalence of surfaces in 4-manifolds.”

TAC Webinar: iBooks for Class Projects, with Carmel Finley, Michael Jager, Jon Dorbolo.  Apple ibook Author is a powerful platform for creating digital books so that your students can show what they know.  This webinar focuses on techniques for constructing class assignments with digital books as the student outcomes. Fri. May 23, 10-10:50 am. Register here: http://bit.ly/1iiXAWS

Malaysian Food Tasting: Join the Malaysian Student Association on the MU Quad on May 23, 10 a.m.- 2 p.m., to experience Malaysian food and culture. Sponsored by SEAC, funded by ISOSU. Contact: Shane Reezal at 541-979-6101 for information or accommodations for a disability.

Cheese sale: Beaver Classic Cheese Sales today and every Friday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Withycombe 159.

Knowledge, power and right in Vasubandhu’s Abhidharmakośabhāṣya.  When considering philosophers that posit a connection between knowledge, power and right, works of classical Buddhist scholasticism may not come first to mind. But this triad of concepts appears in close relation in Vasubandhu’s Abhidharmakośabhāṣya, a work of classical Buddhist scholastic philosophy.   This presentation, by David Fiordalis (Linfield), will explore why. May 23, noon, Milam Hall 301.  

Video screening: “Do the Math,” the video, Friday May 23, noon to 1 p.m., Furman 303. Attend this brown bag movie and discussion of the iconic climate change movie that blends the reporting of climate science and calls for political action. The video is a production of 350.org and narrated by Bill McKibben. 43 minutes. Sponsored by OSUDivest.

 Oregon Parenting Education Week: Join the College of Public Health and Human Sciences’ Hallie E. Ford Center for Healthy Children and Families tomorrow, May 23, noon, for a special presentation by Erik Pakulak who will speak on “Development and assessment of an evidence-based training program for at-risk preschoolers.” The event, located in Hallie E. Ford Center Room 15, is free and open to the public.

Meat lab: The Clark Meat Science Center’s retail store is open every Friday, from 1-5:30 p.m.  Located off of Campus Way, behind the Motor Pool, the meat lab offers a variety of meat products developed and crafted by OSU students. Products include fresh retail cuts, fresh and cooked sausages, hickory smoked bacon, jerky, and dry-cured products. For more information, including pricing and availability, call 541-737-1927.

School of Psychological Science Spring Colloquium Series: Birken Noesen will speak on “An electrophysiological study of attention capture by salience: Does rarity enable capture?” May 23, from 4-5 p.m., Reed Lodge 111.

Saturday

Step Show: Presented by Divine Nine. Saturday, May 24. LaSells Stewart Center. Doors open at 4 p.m, show starts at 5 p.m.  Tickets: $5 OSU Students, $7 General Public. Tickets available at MU 103. Sponsored by SEAC, funded by Educational Activities. Presented by OSU Black Students Union. For disability accommodations email Jason.Dorsette@oregonstate.edu

Upcoming Events

Faculty Sessions with President Ray: In an ongoing effort to improve communication lines between the faculty and administration, the Faculty Senate Executive Committee is sponsoring a small group conversation with President Ray and faculty (academic, research and professional). Each conversation will be facilitated by a Faculty Senate Executive Committee member and will consist of up to 12 faculty. This is an opportunity for the President to hear what faculty are thinking and experiencing; faculty are encouraged to speak freely. Register at https://secure.oregonstate.edu/facultysenate/reg/ray for the May 29 session from 2-3:30 p.m. Session requests will be honored on a first come, first serve basis.

Lectures and Webinars

NEW! Cristina Eisenberg: The Carnivore Way. Our tangled history with large carnivores has ranged from a close spiritual bond during pre-European settlement of North America to reviling these species as a threat to our livelihood. Eisenberg will discuss the science informing this topic and read from her new book, The Carnivore Way: Coexisting with and Conserving North America’s Predators, Tuesday, May 27, noon, Richardson Hall 107. Co-sponsored by the Spring Creek Project and the Department of Forest Ecosystems and Society.

NEW! TAC Webinar: Create Your Own iBook, with Carmel Finley, Michael Jager, Jon Dorbolo.  Apple ibook Author is a powerful, useable, and no-cost platform for creating digital books.  This webinar is intended for anyone who wants to learn about digital book production.  You can do this! Tue. May 27, 1-1:50 p.m. Register here: http://bit.ly/1iiXDC1

NEW! Campus Climate Survey Preliminary Results: Learn about preliminary employee survey findings, plans for ongoing assessment, and plans for designing and implementing strategies: Tuesday, May 27, 2-3:30 p.m. in MU 208 or Wednesday, June 4 from 9-10:30 a.m. in Kidder 202 (this session will be streamed live and recorded). Both the recorded session and survey results will be available at http://oregonstate.edu/oei/climate-assessment

NEW! Suicide Awareness Panel: This panel will cover causes, prevention, and intervention methods for suicide. The panel is a way to start an important conversation around mental health and the issues surrounding suicide. Facilitators will be Jim Gouveia, LCSW, from Counseling and Psychological Services, Winston McCullough and David Kerr, both from the School of Psychological Sciences.  Tuesday, May 27 at 3 p.m., Native American Longhouse.

NEW! Lincoln’s Religion and the Religion of Lincoln.   Tuesday, May 27 at 4 p.m., in MU Journey Room.   In the final Horning lecture for the year, Prof. Richard Fox (USC) will examine the long double life of Abraham Lincoln in American religious history– as a man of religious belief himself and, after his death, as the chief hero of America’s civil religion.

NEW! Fisheries and wildlife seminar: Angela Strecker, Assistant Professor, Environmental Science and Management,  School of the Environment, Portland State University, will speak on“Ecological Change in Lakes of the Columbia Plateau,” May 28, 4 to 4:50 p.m., Nash 206.

NEW! The future of sex work: A panel discussion to examine sex work through the lens of social justice and discuss the intersection of feminist critique with the growing global sex worker’s rights movement. Panel includes Nicole Von Germeten, OSU associate professor of history, Phoenix Calida, a sex worker and sex worker rights advocate, and Sabrina Morgan, a sex worker and human rights advocate. Wednesday, May 28, 4 p.m., Milam 319.

NEW! Final Climate Club Brownbag Lunch: “The Politics of Climate Change in Washington DC: ‘Debates’ about the science, confusion about the impacts, and other headaches” featuring Johannes Loschnigg. Tuesday, June 3, noon to 1 p.m., MU Journey Room. Bring your own lunch. Coffee, tea, dessert provided.  RSVP:  541-737-5705

Rulemaking hearing: Oregon State University will hold a rulemaking hearing on Thursday, June 5, 2014. The University will take public comment regarding the proposed repeal of its administrative rules.  Oregon Senate Bill 270 separated OSU from the Oregon University System and the State Board of Higher Education and created a separate OSU institutional Board of Trustees.  After July 1, 2014, OSU will have different authority .  As a result of this legislation, the University will need to repeal its Oregon Administrative Rules in Chapter 576 effective June 30, 2014.  OSU will reinstate as University standards or policies, as of July 1, 2014, the OARs that were repealed and that still apply after SB 270.  The reinstated policies or standards will be substantially identical to the repealed OARs.  For more information, including a list of rules to be repealed, contact: Beth Giddens at beth.giddens@oregonstate.edu. The hearing will begin at 1 p.m. in Memorial Union Room 206 and is open to the public.  For accommodations, please contact Beth Giddens at 541-737-2474 or beth.giddens@oregonstate.edu.

News for Employees

NEW! OSU Today: OSU Today will be on break for Monday, May 26 and will return Tuesday, May 27.

NEW! 24/7 – Yes We Can: You asked for it, so let’s give it a try!  The Valley Library will be open 24/7 for dead and finals week spring term.  We will open at 10 a.m. on Sunday, June 1 and we won’t close our doors again until 6 p.m. on Friday, June 13at the end of finals week.  If you like it, if you need it, if you want it, come on in and USE IT.  We’ll be here for you.

Family Members attending other institutions: Staff Fee Privilege (Tuition Discount): Deadline is June 9 to submit the application for family members attending other OUS institutions during Summer 2014. Applications are to be submitted to your business center. For additional information, please visit: http://oregonstate.edu/admin/hr/benefits/stafffee

Help name the classroom building: The new classroom building currently being constructed on the northwest side of campus needs a name. Suggestions are being gathered based on four categories: purpose, philosophy, person, place. Suggestions will be pooled by category and prizes will be rewarded to one person per category by random draw. Prizes include gift cards, football tickets and parking permits. To enter, go to the OSU Facebook page and leave a comment on the building post, or visit the classroom building website for more details and a web entry form.

TRY-Athlon teams wanted: The 4th Annual FSF TRY-Athlon is coming up soon on Friday, June 6 from noon to 1 p.m. We have the following Colleges/Units represented so far: Business Affairs, Agriculture, CPHHS, Education, Earth, Ocean & Atmospheric Sciences, and College of Pharmacy. If you see your College/ Unit represented and want to join their team, please let us know! If you don’t see your College/ Unit represented, it is not too late to start a team! Please visit our TRY-Athlon website or call 541-737-3222 for more information.

HR Advocate: The Office of Human Resources will be implementing a new program, HR Advocate, effective May 20.  HR Advocate will allow us to better assist employees, managers/supervisors and departments by processing and tracking requests in one central location for Accident/Injury Reporting and Mandatory Reporting Incident.  Requests and/or incident reports will be submitted online using the Public Incident Reporting form located at: https://oregonstate2-gme-advocate.symplicity.com/public_report/index.php/pid573535?  Please begin using this online form for the above items as of May 20.  More information is available on-line at: http://hr.oregonstate.edu/benefits/workers-compensation-resources/incident-reporting.

Recreational Sports Memorial Day Weekend Hours/Gear Rental: Recreational Sports facilities will maintain normal operating hours over Memorial Day Weekend. Fit Pass classes will break for the holiday beginning at 2 p.m. on Friday, May 23 and classes will resume on Tuesday, May 27. Interested in renting outdoor gear for a Memorial Day Weekend adventure? Check out the Adventure Leadership Institute’s Outdoor Equipment Rental. Students and members receive discounted gear rental (Open M-F 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. and Saturday 4 p.m. – 8 p.m.)

Faculty Regalia: If you submitted your Faculty Regalia order to the OSU Beaver Store after the April 15 deadline, please email Lindsay Bass at faculty.regalia@osubeaverstore.com to confirm your order.

Jobs

To apply for the below positions, visit http://jobs.oregonstate.edu unless otherwise specified.

Administrative Program Assistant – The Academic Success Center invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, Limited Duration, Administrative Program Assistant position. Posting #0012410. Closes May 26.  For full consideration please have your online application submitted by May 23.

Accountant 1 – Arts & Sciences Business Center invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, Accountant 1 position. Posting # 0012363. For full consideration, apply by May 23.

Facility Research Assistant – The Center for Genome Research and Biocomputing invites applications for a part-time (.60 FTE), 12-month, fixed-term Faculty Research Assistant position. Reappointment is at the discretion of the Director. Posting #0012303. Closes May 23.

FRA/Lab Technician – The Center for Genome Research & Biocomputing invites applications for a part-time (.60 FTE), 12-month, Lab Technician/Faculty Research Assistant position. Posting #0012303. Closes May 23.

Coordinator of STEM Outreach–OSU Cascades in Bend invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, Coordinator of STEM Outreach position. Posting #0012343. Full consideration May 23, closes June 20.

Associate Director- Admin and Operations: The Department of Recreational Sports seeks creative initiative with a passion for well-being. Inviting applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, Associate Director position. Posting #0012328. Closes May 26.

Temporary Education Program Assistant 1   – Hood River County Extension invites applications for a part-time, (.49 FTE) Temporary Education Program Assistant 1 position located in Hood River.  Posting # 0012422. Closes May 27.

Administrative Program Specialist –  The College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, Administrative Program Specialist. Posting #0012238. Closes May 28.

Associate Pathway Program Manager (Internal) – INTO-OSU invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, Associate Pathway Program Manager position. Posting #0012404. Closes May 29.  This is an internal position.

Agronomy Instructor– The Department of Crop and Soil Science at Oregon State University invites applications for a full-time (1.00 FTE), 12-month agronomy instructor. Posting #0012271. Closes May 30.

Health Educator-Nutritionist– Student Health Services invites applications for a full time, 12 month Health Educator-Nutritionist.  Posting #0012340. Closes May 30.

IACUC Coordinator – The Office of VP for Research invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, fixed-term IACUC Coordinator position. Reappointment is at the discretion of the Vice President for Research. Posting #0012388. Closes May 30.

Associate Director for Federal Relations – The Office of the President invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, Associate Director for Federal Relations position. Posting # 0012326. Closes for full consideration May 30.

Administrative Assistant – The Office of the President invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, Administrative Assistant position. Posting # 0012319. Closes May 31.

Office Specialist 2- The Department of Integrative Biology invites applications for a full time, 12 month OS2 position. Posting #0012424. For full consideration, apply by June 1.

Accountant 1 – Business and Engineering Business Center invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), Accountant 1 position. Posting #0012403. Closes June 1.

Public Info Representative 1–Professional & Continuing Education invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month,  Public Info Representative 1. Posting #0012396. Closes June 1.

Coordinator of TOUR Program–Admissions invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month,  Coordinator of TOUR Program. Posting #0012383. Closes June 1.

Advisor – The College of Engineering invites applications for two full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, Advisor positions. Posting #0012377. Closes June 2.

Financial Aid Advisor–Financial Aid and Scholarship invites applications for two full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month,  Financial Aid Advisor. Posting #0012391. Closes June 2.

Coordinator – Communications and Marketing The Department of Crop and Soil Science invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE) 12-month, fixed term Cereal Variety Outreach Coordinator.  Posting #0012365.  Closes June 6.

Office Specialist 2 – International Student Advising and Services invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, Office Specialist 2 position. Posting #0012376. Closes June 6.

Coordinator of Career and Major Decision Making — The Academic Success Center invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, fixed-term Coordinator of Career and Major Decision Making position. Posting # 0012419.  Closes June 7.

Assistant Director of Admissions, Marketing, & Programs –Admissions invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month,  Assistant Director of Admissions, Marketing, & Programs. Posting #0012429. Closes June 9.

Assistant Director–Financial Aid and Scholarship invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month,  Assistant Director. Posting #0012393. Closes June 9.

Administrative Program Assistant – The Center for Teaching and Learning invites applications for a part-time (0.5 FTE), 12-month, Temporary Classified, Administrative Program Assistant position. Posting #0012420. Closes June 10.

Assistant Director of Student Conduct and Community Standards–Student Conduct invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month,  Assistant Director of SCCS. Posting #0012350. Closes June 11.

International Program Advisor – OUS Study Abroad invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, International Program Advisor position. Posting #0012379. Closes June 15.

Assistant Director of Admissions for Multicultural Recruitment –Admissions invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month,  Assistant Director of Admissions for Multicultural Recruitment. Posting #0012425. Closes June 16.

Traffic and maintenance

Goss Stadium: As part of hosting NCAA Baseball Regional and Super Regional games, the lot directly east of Goss Stadium (between Armory Lane and Washington Way) is scheduled to be closed May 29 – June 2,  between 6 a.m. and 10 p.m. each day.  Only cars with NCAA issued parking permits will be allowed, and all others will be removed at owners expense.  All other lots around Goss Stadium will have attendants two hours before each game. Please note that valid OSU permit holders who are NOT attending the tournament will be allowed access without paying the Athletics fee. Based on the Regional results, a second tournament will be held June 5 – 9, and the same setup will take place.

Jefferson Way: As part of the Asian and Pacific Cultural Center project, Jefferson Way between 26th Street and Weatherford Place will be closed 6 a.m., May 27,  through 5 p.m., May 29 for waterline work

Jefferson Way: As part of the Asian and Pacific Cultural Center project, several parking spaces along Jefferson Way near Fairbanks Hall will be closed from May 27 – Aug. 3. If these spaces become available sooner, we will open them up as soon as possible.

30th Street: As part of the Samaritan Sports Medicine Facility project, a one-lane closure along 30th Street between Oak Creek Bridge and the south entrance to Reser parking lot (between Western Blvd. and Washington Way) is scheduled for May 29 – 30. All drives and parking lots between Western Blvd. and Washington Way will be accessible during the lane closure. On June 2, both lanes of 30th Street will be closed between Oak Creek Bridge and the south entrance to Reser parking lot.  Magruder and Reser parking lots will be accessible from the north, i.e. Washington Way.  Oak Creek Building and CEOAS Storage Buildings will be accessible from the south, i.e. Western Blvd.

Weniger and Gilbert building access: Due to a delay in obtaining permits from the City, the start of renovation work was delayed, so this closure has been extended to June 30. Please expect limited access to certain areas of Weniger and Gilbert Halls at different times, depending on where work is occurring.  The ceilings and ceiling mounted lighting will be replaced in the corridors of both buildings and several offices and labs on the second floor of Weniger.  Demolition in corridors will be done either in the evenings or on weekends, but installation will be done during normal hours.  In addition, the floors will be replaced.

Reser lot: For the OSU Hoops for the Troops event on May 26, portions of Reser Stadium Lot will be closed from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Richardson/Peavy lot: To complete maintenance work, cranes have been scheduled and will necessitate the closure of the Richardson/Peavy Hall Lot on Tuesday, May 27, 6 a.m. to noon.

Jefferson Way: As part of the MU Remodel Project, Jefferson Way will be closed between Waldo Way and 26th Street for power work from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. May 21, and 9 a.m. to noon, May 22. Pacific Power will be placing the new transformer for the MU and will be in the street pulling wires.  Pedestrian traffic will NOT be disrupted by this work.  Flaggers will be directing traffic and assisting pedestrians.

Park Terrace East: As part of the Black Cultural Center Project, portions of Park Terrace East parking lot within the construction perimeter fencing will be closed through Dec. 15. The sidewalk along Monroe between Park Terrace Place to and along Memorial Place will also be closed for construction activities.

15th Street Closure: 15th Street is closed between Washington Way and Jefferson Way. The detour to 11th Street will be in place at that time. The closure and detour for through traffic will be in place through the month of August. Local access to OSU, businesses, and residential will be available at times from 15th Street, up to the point where construction on the street eliminates access. Alternate routes to OSU, businesses and residential will be required. OSU Kerr Administrative Parking and OSU Facilities will find access via Benton Place. OSU Parking lots east of 15th Street will find access via 11th Street to Washington Avenue. Businesses south of the railroad crossing will find access via 15th Street from the south only as well as from side streets. Washington Avenue crosswalk will be closed except when temporary access is established. Adams Street/Kerr Admin crosswalk will be closed due to safety concerns for pedestrians. A temporary crossing will be established once construction progresses south of the crossing. Pedestrians coming from east of 15th should use pathways to the north to cross at Jefferson Street. 15th Street sidewalks will be closed.

Kerr South Crosswalk Closure: Due to safety concerns, it was decided to keep the Kerr south crosswalk closed  until the contractors have worked through to the south of the crossing. They will then establish and maintain a temporary crossing once there is less heavy construction and truck traffic in the area. This is estimated to several weeks. During this time, Jefferson Street will need to be used to cross 15th towards Kerr Admin. Signage will be in place to help direct pedestrians.

Fairbanks parking lot: The parking lot on the west side of Fairbanks Hall will be closed until Aug. 31, for the complete reconstruction of this parking lot, including ADA improvements, as part of the Austin Hall and APCC projects.

Weather

Corvallis: Our sights are set on a three day weekend, time to sit back and enjoy life. Slight chance of showers today, high of 75, low of 50. Slight chance of showers throughout the weekend, highs in the 70s, lows in the 40s.

Central Oregon: Chance of showers, high of 73, low of 45. Mostly sunny Saturday and Sunday, slight chance of showers Monday.

Newport: Showers likely today, high of 66, low of 52. Chance of showers over the weekend.

Statewide: For OSU employees around the state, find your local forecast here: http://www.wrh.noaa.gov/pqr/

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