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Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2015

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.

Scientists react to warmest year: 2014 underscores ‘undeniable fact’ of human caused climate change (Washington Post)

“Global mean temperature is a fairly abstract concept to most of us: we relate to climate through direct experience, so if we remember a cold spell last year that may seem more pertinent or convincing than the global mean temperature. From a physics perspective the global mean temperature represents lots of interesting processes – rising greenhouse gases among them – and setting a record like this means those processes lined up this year. Rising greenhouse gases make each year roughly .04 degrees F warmer than the last, which really adds up over time. Clearly the hiatus is over!” Philip Mote, director, Oregon Climate Change Research Institute, Oregon State University.

This broccoli compound may treat prostate cancer (Futurity)

In a paper published in the journal Oncogenesis, Dashwood and collaborators from Oregon State University detail how a particular enzyme in prostate cancer cells known as SUV39H1 is affected by exposure to sulforaphane. (see also KMTR, Gazette-Times)

Oregon records second warmest year on record (KTVZ)

Oregon was not exempt from the warming and logged the second-hottest year since records were kept beginning in 1895, according to researchers with the Oregon Climate Change Research Institute at Oregon State University. (see also Register-Guard, Portland Tribune)

‘Wild’ author Strayed wows overflow Oregon State crowd (ABC News)

Cheryl Strayed wrote the book about her walk along the Pacific Crest Trail in 1995 and described it Thursday night to an overflow audience at Oregon State University.

OSU’s College of Business Dean Kleinsorge to retire in June (Portland Tribune)

Ilene Kleinsorge, dean and Sara Hart Kimball chair of the College of Business and executive dean of the Division of Business and Engineering at Oregon State University, will retire from the university at the end of June.

Wave energy integration costs should compare favorably with other energy sources (Green Living Guy)

“Whenever any new form of energy is added, a challenge is to integrate it into the system along with the other sources,” said Ted Brekken, an associate professor and renewable energy expert in the College of Engineering at Oregon State University.

Elon Musk donates millions to keep artificial intelligence in check (Boston Herald)

The key, said Tom Dietterich, president of the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence and an Oregon State University professor, is ensuring the software behaves the way we want it to. “We will soon be able to say to our cars, ‘Get me to the airport as quickly as possible,’ ” Dietterich said, “but we don’t want the car to drive 300 mph and run over pedestrians.”

Oregon State University offers pot policy class (Capital Press)

Talk about higher education. Oregon State University — once known as “Oregon Straight” compared to the supposedly hipper school 40 miles south — is offering a marijuana policy class this winter.

OSU volunteers proud to give back to honor MLK Day of Service (Gazette-Times)

Saturday might be a day of relaxation as part of the three-day Martin Luther King Jr. Day weekend for many, but Oregon State University freshman Yuriah Reed-Harris saw it as a perfect opportunity to give back.

Collaboration… three years later (Gazette-Times)

In February of 2012, one year into the Collaboration Corvallis process, the City Club offered a program on the joint effort by the city and Oregon State University to solve neighborhood livability issues arising from OSU enrollment growth.

OSU-Cascades hospitality degree wins board OK (KTVZ)

Oregon State University plans to launch the state’s only four-year degree in hospitality management beginning this year at the OSU-Cascades campus in Bend. The proposal was approved Friday by the OSU Board of Trustees.

Getting the glow: OSU research could give a hand to cancer surgeries (Gazette-Times)

And it’s not nearly as far-fetched as it might sound: Researchers at Oregon State University have developed a way to selectively insert a compound into cancerous cells so that they’ll literally glow when exposed to near-infrared light.

Researcher-farmer named Nut Grower of the Year (Capital Press)

Harry Lagerstedt, who worked for the agency’s Agricultural Research Service, is known for his popularization the Ennis hazelnut variety. The cultivar produces high yields of large nuts and continues to receive a premium price from buyers due to its size, said Dave Smith, an Oregon State University researcher.

OSU grooms wilderness first responders (Register-Guard)

It’s a cold and wet morning and Oregon State University student Alex Funk is hiking through the woods when he comes upon fellow student Molly Stiebber lying on the muddy forest floor after breaking her leg. But before Funk can rush to her rescue, instructor Ty Atwater steps in.

Abacus sculpture by ray king floats polished spheres of polished steel (designboom)

Based on the ancient calculation tool, Ray King‘s ‘abacus’ is located in the west atrium of Oregon sState University‘s austin hall. placed above above the college of business’ ‘digital commons’ area, the sculpture is made of highly polished, lightweight, stainless steel spheres that are positioned to correspond to the pattern of beads on an abacus.

Oregon moves closer to industrialized hemp production (Democrat-Herald)

But mid-valley farmers already have a leg up on other producers, since Oregon State University has offered an online course called WSE 266 Industrial Hemp for the last five terms. Nearly 200 persons from around the world have taken the course, with 153 graduates so far, according to lead instructor Anndrea Hermann of Manitoba, Canada.

Bend workers have trouble finding housing (Bend Bulletin)

Meanwhile, the city is bracing for an eventual influx of students, faculty, staff and administrators associated with the creation of a brand new west-side campus for Oregon State University-Cascades. The plan is stalled for now, under a challenge by opponents at the state Land Use Board of Appeals. Ramsay said that unless circumstances change, the campus will present significant housing problems.

OSU to discuss OSU District Plan (Gazette-Times)

The Corvallis City Council will be dealing with two big issues in the city’s relationship with Oregon State University when the council meets at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at the downtown fire station, 400 N.W. Harrison Blvd.

PNW cherry growers expect smaller crop (Capital Press)

Temperatures crashed as much as 60 degrees in just a couple of days in mid-November killing flower buds, spurs and even 1-, 2- and 3-year-old wood in cherry trees in The Dalles, Hood River and Milton-Freewater, said a panel of speakers led by Lynn Long, Oregon State University Extension tree fruit specialist at The Dalles.

OSU LAN Party brings gamers together (Gazette-Times)

You might not have noticed this. That’s because the battle was one of hundreds fought at Oregon State University’s Gaming Club’s annual Civil War LAN Party, which had between 250 and 300 participants over its three days ending Sunday. The event, in its sixth year, is the club’s largest of the year, said Kenny Wallace, club president.

Emma Miller crowned Oregon Dairy Princess-Ambassador (Oregonian)

Miller, from Independence, is studying agricultural sciences at Oregon State University. According to the Oregon Dairy Women, she hopes to become a high school agriculture teacher.

Stripe rust found early in Willamette Valley wheat (Capital Press)

At an wheat and seed production meeting Jan. 6, Oregon State University plant pathologist Chris Mundt warned growers that stripe rust could strike wheat early this year.

Fate of Oregon’s sage grouse is Feb. 11 topic (Statesman Journal)

Christian Hagen, a researcher at Oregon State University, will present “Disappearance of the Sage Grouse in Oregon” on Feb. 11 in Portland.


Moebius Syndrome Awareness event:   The Disability and Social Interaction Lab is hosting a table in the Memorial Union Quad Jan. 20-23, from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. to learn more about Moebius Syndrome, get a photo taken with a sign stating how you express yourself, and pick up a free Moebius Syndrome awareness wristband and infocard. More information about the project can be found here: http://liberalarts.oregonstate.edu/sps/dsil/moebius-syndrome-awareness-project

SciComm brown bag: OSU SciComm brown bag will have Nick Houtman share the ways that University Marketing and Relations can assist in getting our research stories out to the public. Jan 20, noon – 1, LPSC Seminar room 402. All welcome. More information:  http://bit.ly/1xGQMdL

TAC Workshop: Welcome to Canvas. This two hour hands-on workshop is for instructors and TA’s who are ready to set up their courses in Canvas. We will cover course layout, assignments, quizzes, communication tools, the gradebook, and how to organize your course material. Attendees are invited to stay for an additional hour of assisted and individualized course development support. Location: Bexell 120. Tuesday Jan. 20, 2-5 p.m. Register here. Questions? Contact Lynn Greenough.

NEW! Je Suis Charlie??   Islamophobia, Anti-Semitism, and Satire: The deadly attack on the staff of Charlie Hebdo and the murders at the Jewish supermarket reignited a debate in France and across Europe regarding Islam, immigration, and what it means to be a citizen.   This panel discussion with OSU Professors Michael Osborne, Anita Guerrini, . Jonathan Katz and Kara Ritzheimer will attempt to explain and contextualize these debates and open a discussion about national identity in Europe today.    See here for more details.     Jan. 20, 4 p.m., ILLC 155.

Roots of Health Inequity: Attendees will view a 30 minute segment of the documentary “Unnatural Causes” and then participate in a facilitated discussion with interactive activities. Jan. 20, 4 to 5:30 p.m., MU 208.

Anne Braden: Southern Patriot: Film and Discussion on Becoming a White Ally for Social Justice: Anne Braden: Southern Patriot is a documentary about Anne Braden, a white women who rejected her segregationist, white supremacist, upbringing and went on to become a significant civil rights leader. Martin Luther King, Jr. recognized her as someone that African Americans could rely on for help in the Civil Rights Movement. We will hold a discussion afterwards about what it means to be a white ally for civil rights struggles and the ways in which we can all build ties of solidarity for bringing about transformation for social justice. Jan. 20, 6 to 9 p.m., MU Journey Room.

Upcoming Events

NEW! Afternoon Public Sale at the OSUsed Store: The OSUsed Store is open for its public sale Wednesday, Jan. 21, noon to 3 p.m. at 644 SW 13th Street. Personal purchases must be made during public sales. Departments may shop 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, or during public sales on Wednesdays. For more information, visit our website.

NEW! January Repair Fair: Thursday, Jan. 22, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. at the OSUsed Store (644 SW 13th Street). Bring your broken items and volunteers will help you learn how to repair your belongings; attend demonstrations to learn more skills. Demonstrations offered for going car-lite, D.I.Y. toolkits and worm bins. See the schedule and list of repair skills at http://tiny.cc/repair-fair.

NEW! Environmental Justice after Hurricane Katrina: A Village Called Versailles: A screening and discussion of the documentary “A Village Called Versailles.” The film documents the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina from the perspectives of a Vietnamese community in New Orleans and how they were able to organize against the development of a toxic landfill near their neighborhood. For more information: http://avillagecalledversailles.com/. After the screening, we will be hosting a discussion about environmental justice facilitated by special guest Gennie Nguyen, who was directly involved with the community organizing efforts. Jan. 22, 7 to 9 p.m., MU 13.

NEW! Exploring Engagement Symposium: What does outreach and engagement look like at Oregon State? How are we moving towards becoming a more engaged university? Learn what your colleagues from across the university are working on and connect with others who are interested in pursuing engaged teaching, outreach and research. Jan. 27, 2:30-4 p.m. (poster reception to follow), MU Horizon Room. http://outreach.oregonstate.edu/explore

Rage, Rage Against the Dying: In this program, concert pianist Rachelle McCabe will play Rachmaninoff’s “Variations on a Theme from Corelli,” whose outpouring of descending chords gives voice to both the grief and the ferocious hope in the human heart. Creating a “duet” of music and words, writer Kathleen Dean Moore will speak of the call to save the Earth. Jan. 21, 7:30 to 9 p.m., Corvallis-Benton County Public Library.

Lectures and Webinars

NEW! Governor’s talk: Governor John Kitzhaber will be speaking to a Corvallis campus audience Wednesday, Jan. 21, at 5:30 p.m., in the Linus Pauling Science Center, Room 125. His talk will focus on the topic of equity. Following his discussion, students will be allowed a short question and answer period with the Governor. The discussion also will be live-streamed.

NEW! TAC Webinar: Get to know Canvas. Learn about course layout and tools in Canvas and how to add documents, links and media. We will also have an overview of assignments, quizzes and the grade book. Thurs. Jan. 22, 10-10:50 a.m. Register here: http://bit.ly/1IsCDTa Questions? Contact Lynn Greenough.

NEW! Global leaders in human rights and social justice: An international perspective: Hear about human rights and social justice movements from across the globe from our panel of OSU international students, Jan. 22, 4-5:30 p.m., International Living Learning Center Auditorium (ILLC 155). The panelists will share stories of leaders in human rights and social justice who have made a difference and influenced their lives, followed by a discussion. Presented by INTO OSU.

NEW! Je suis Charlie. A conversation with OSU French faculty about the terrorist attacks in Paris: What is Charlie Hebdo? Why was it targeted? What’s happening in France? Thursday, Jan. 22, 4-5 p.m., Bexell 412.

NEW! Ecosystem services and coral reef management: Kelly Heber Dunning, with the MIT Environmental Policy and Planning Program, will lead a brown-bag discussion on Friday, Jan. 23 at noon in Wilkinson 203. See Making Waves for more information.

Literature Review, Zotero, and Qualtrics workshops: Jumpstart your theses or dissertation literature review with the Literature Review Workshop (Jan. 21). Then learn to capture, manage and cite your research sources with Zotero (Jan. 22) and create your robust research survey with Qualtrics (Jan. 22). View the full workshop series offerings at http://bit.ly/graduate-workshops. Registration is encouraged but not required.  Questions? Contact Hannah.Rempel@oregonstate.edu

Department of Fisheries and Wildlife winter seminar: Scott Heppell, Associate Professor of Fisheries, Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, OSU, will speak on “Fly far for the fat or stay home for the lean: Forage alternatives in the Eastern Bering Sea,” Jan. 21, 4 to 4:50 p.m., Nash Hall 206.

Winter 2015 Water Resources Seminar Series: Research & Careers in Water Resource Engineering: Kim Anderson, CH2M-Hill (retired) will speak on “The Challenges and Opportunities of Engineering Careers in Water Resources,” Wednesday, Jan. 21, 4 – 5 p.m., Peavy 242.

News for Employees

NEW! Somos La Semilla/We are the Seed: MEChA presents this regional social justice conference Jan. 30-Feb. 1 at OSU, featuring keynote speaker Nancy Ramirez Arriaga, Director, Family & Youth Engagement at Latino Network. Registration deadline is Jan. 23, $20 general/$10 OSU students. See website and Facebook event for details and contact information. Sponsored by SEAC, funded by SORCE.

Seeking Our Heroes: Do you know someone who’s a hero here at OSU because of the extra effort that they put forth or the extra moment they take to make your day pleasant?  Here’s a great way to celebrate them.  Professional Faculty Leadership Association is always seeking nominations for “Our Heroes” awards.  Neither you or the nominated individual need to be members.   Build up your karma bank by celebrating the heroes that help us every day.

Employees and dependents attending OSU: Staff Fee Privilege (Tuition Discount):  Deadline is Jan. 30 to submit the application for employees or family members attending OSU during Winter 2015.  Applications are to be submitted to your business center.  For additional information, please visit: http://hr.oregonstate.edu/benefits/staff-fee-privileges-tuition-reduction

Oregon Sea Grant Undergraduate Summer Scholars Program – Applications due Feb. 20: Oregon Sea Grant is excited to announce our fifth Summer Scholars Program for eligible undergraduates. Summer Scholars will be placed for 10 weeks with an academic, government, or non-governmental organization, and will gain real life practice in marine resource science, policy, management, and outreach. For more information about eligibility, placements and how to apply, go to:


General Research Fund (GRF) Spring 2015: The Research Office Incentive Programs is accepting applications for the GRF Spring 2015 solicitation. The intent of the GRF program is to enable faculty to carry out scholarly, creative work that should lead to the pursuit of other funding sources, or promote the development of scholarly activities. Program description and application: http://oregonstate.edu/research/incentive/grf. Information: Debbie Delmore at debbie.delmore@oregonstate.edu. Deadline for submission: Feb. 2.

Barometer distribution boxes: The Daily Barometer has new distribution boxes. The large, brown kiosks have gone away, but you can just pull down the door to get your daily news, sports and opinion coverage in the same locations.

Call for proposals for a new MOOC: Following the success of OSU’s inaugural MOOC, Open Oregon State would like to support departments and faculty who wish to expand instructional methods and experiment with innovative or experimental techniques. We invite the submission of proposals for the development and delivery of our next MOOC. Full details are on our website. Questions  should be addressed to Dianna Fisher, director of Open Oregon State, at dianna.fisher@oregonstate.edu.


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

Benefits Consultant – The Office of Human Resources invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, fixed term Benefits Consultant. Posting #0013526.  Closes Jan 21.

Human Resources Technical Analyst – The Office of Human Resources invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, fixed term, Human Resources Technical Analyst position. Posting #0013441 has been extended to Jan 21.

Property Specialist 3. This recruitment will be used to fill one full-time Property Specialist 3 position in Procurement, Contracts and Materials Management, a unit within Business Affairs at Oregon State University (OSU). Posting #0013559 has been extended to Jan. 22.

The Office for Research Development invites applications for a full-time Research Development Associate.  Needed in this position is someone who is passionate about enabling research and education through federal funding mechanisms.  For more information and instructions on how to apply, visit: https://jobs.oregonstate.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/position/JobDetails_css.jsp   Posting # 0013433. Closes Jan. 22.

Purchasing Analyst 3- Capital Projects Contract Administration invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE) position as a Purchasing Analyst 3.  Posting # 0013611. Full consideration date: Jan. 23 Closing date: Jan. 30.

Property Specialist 1. This recruitment will be used to fill one full-time Property Specialist 1 position in Procurement, Contracts and Materials Management, a unit within Business Affairs at Oregon State University (OSU). Posting #0013643. Closes Jan. 23.

The University Administrative Business Center (UABC) invites applications for a full-time (1.00 FTE), 12-month, fixed-term Finance Coordinator (Finance) position. Reappointment is at the discretion of the Business Center Manager. Posting #0013550. Closes Jan. 23.

Administrative Program Assistant – International Student Advising and Services (ISAS) invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, Administrative Program Assistant position. Posting #0013548. Closes Jan. 25.

The College of Veterinary Medicine’s Veterinary Teaching Hospital will begin review of applications in the University’s Veterinary Technician 2 pool on Jan. 26.  Interested parties should apply to posting #0012692 no later than Jan. 25.  Applicants must be Certified Veterinary Technicians to be considered.

Assistant Professor – The Department of Horticulture invites applications for a full-time (1.00 FTE), 9-month, tenure track, Assistant Professor of Applied Genomics and Bioinformatics position. Posting #0013285. Closes Jan. 25.

Violence Prevention Specialist – Student Health Services Alcohol, Drug & Violence Prevention Center invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, Violence Prevention Specialist. Posting #0013589. Closes Jan. 26.

Education Program Assistant 1–  Hood River County Extension, invites applications for a part-time, (.60 FTE), Limited Duration, Education Program Assistant 1 position located in Hood River.  Posting # 0013569. Closes Jan. 26.

IT Communications Manager – Information Services invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, fixed term, IT Communications Manager position. Posting # 0013463. Closes Jan. 26.

Extended Campus at Oregon State University (OSU) is recruiting for one full time Office Specialist 2 position.  The Enrollment Specialist assists with daily enrollment-related operations, such as financial transactions and customer support. To apply, please visit posting#0013576. Posting closes Jan. 28.

Analyst Programmer. This recruitment will be used to fill two full-time Analyst Programmer positions, competency level 2, for the OSU Libraries and Press at Oregon State University (OSU). Posting #0013603. Closes Jan. 30.

Engineering Instructor-  (OSU) – Cascades, in Bend, Oregon invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 9 month, Engineering Instructor. Reappointment is at the discretion of the Dean. Position #0013475.  Closes Jan. 30.

The Department of Forest Ecosystems and Society at Oregon State University invites applications for a full-time (1.00 FTE), 9-month, Assistant Professor (tenure-track) position in Nature-Based Tourism and Outdoor Recreation, with appointment starting September 2015.  Posting # 0013487. For full consideration, apply by Jan. 30.

The School of Writing, Literature, and Film invites applications for a full-time 1.00 FTE, 9-month, tenure-track Assistant Professor position. This position will teach five undergraduate and graduate courses, on a trimester system, in global (non-western) related film electives and film theory. Posting #0013155. Closes Jan. 30.

Outreach Program Coordinator– Douglas County Extension invites applications for a part-time, (.75 FTE), Outreach Program Coordinator position located in Roseburg.  Posting # 0013494. Closes Jan. 31.

The Department of Forest Engineering, Resources, and Management at Oregon State University seeks applicants for a Faculty Research Assistant in forest modeling. The ideal candidate would have primary expertise in forest biometrics, silviculture, or forest ecophysiology, with the ability to utilize this expertise to develop forest simulation models that represent a hybrid between ecophysiological process models and models built by statistical analysis of large datasets. Posting #0013395. Closes Jan. 31.

Grants/Contracts Coordinator-Agricultural Sciences and Marine Sciences Business Center invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE) position as Grants/Contracts Coordinator. Posting #0013452.  Closes Feb. 1.

Advanced Practice Clinician- NP/PA– Student Health Services invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE) 9-month Nurse Practitioner/Physician Assistant.  Posting #0013622. Closes Feb. 2.

The Division of University Outreach and Engagement at Oregon State University invites applications for a full-time, 12-month, fixed term professional faculty, Regional Administrator position. Reappointment is at the discretion of the Vice Provost for University Outreach and Engagement. A tenured professorial appointment may be considered with this position.  The region assigned will be Coastal Oregon which will cover Clatsop, Columbia, Lincoln, Tillamook, Coos and Curry counties.  Posting #0013578.  Closes Feb. 6.

The Center for Genome Research and Biocomputing invites applications for two tenure-track, 9-month, full-time (1.00 FTE) faculty positions (Assistant Professor rank) in the area of Complex Systems in the Life or Environmental Sciences. Posting #0013430. Closes Feb. 6.

College Alumni Relations Director – Alumni Relations invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, fixed term, College Alumni Relations Director position. Posting # 0013617. Closes for full consideration Feb. 20

Vice President for Research   – The Office of the Provost/Executive Vice President invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, Vice President for Research.  Inquiries, nominations, and applications are confidential and should be directed to Sharon Tanabe or Emy Peña at Storbeck/Pimentel & Associates – (562) 360-1612; stsearch@storbeckpimentel.com (Code: OSU VPR). Closes Feb. 20.

Assistant Professor (practice)– Oregon State University Extension Service and the College of Agricultural Sciences invite applications for an Assistant Professor of Practice, full-time, (fixed-term, 1.0 FTE), position located in Baker City.  Posting # 0013404. Closes Feb. 28.

Senior Institutional Research Analyst – Institutional Research invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, Senior Institutional Research Analyst position. Posting #0013220. Closes Feb. 28.

The OSU Foundation invites applications for the position of Investment Accountant.  This position plays a key role in the Foundation’s management of all investment-related assets.  Interested candidates can submit a Foundation application, along with your cover letter and resume to Patricia L. Kenney, Sr. Director, Human Resources.

Traffic and maintenance

Fairbanks: As part of the Learning Innovation Center (LInC) project, the sidewalk between Fairbanks Hall /Women’s Building and APCC/Austin Hall (View Map) will be closed Jan. 21 – Feb. 6, so that it can be removed and the new fire lane can be put in place.

Hinsdale Wave Lab: Due to a failed sewage pump over the weekend, the restrooms, sinks, kitchen and janitors closet are temporarily shut down until pump repairs can be completed.  Facilities Services will be placing portable toilets tomorrow on the exterior of the building.  It is important that the building sewer system not used at this time.  Restoration time is unknown.  A second notification will follow when repairs are completed.

Hovland sidewalk: As part of exterior improvements between the Women’s Building and Gilmore Hall, the sidewalk between Hovland Hall and the Women’s Building will be closed through Feb. 9. Additionally, tree work will occur in this area. Pedestrian traffic and ADA access to the buildings affected will be directed with appropriate signage.

Cordley Hall: As part of the Cordley Hall parking and walkway improvements project, the southern portion of the Cordley Hall Lot (View Map) will be closed through Jan. 27 to accommodate accessibility modifications to the parking lot. Several of the bike racks in the area will also be unavailable during this time. There will be some demolition/construction noise during this time as well as the possibility of some dust and mud which will be controlled by the contractor.

Goss Stadium: As part of the Goss Stadium Expansion project, 6 parking spaces in the Coleman Field East Parking Lot (View Map) will be closed until further notice.


Corvallis: “We must accept finite disappointment, but never lose infinite hope.” Martin Luther King, Jr. Morning fog, followed by sunshine. High of 49, low of 32. Similar Wednesday.

Central Oregon: Mostly sunny today, high of 43, low of 22. Sunny tomorrow.

Newport: Sunny, high of 52, low of 39. Sunny tomorrow.

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

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