OSU Today

Wednesday, April 29, 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.

Working with whales (Think Out Loud)

Bruce Mate has been studying whales for close to three decades and recently tracked the longest mammal migration on record. In the 1970s, he pioneered the technology that made this sort of tracking possible. Mate is based at the Oregon State University Hatfield Marine Science Center, but his work has taken him all over the world, following gray whales as well as blue whales — the largest mammals that have ever lived.

Still fighting to end discrimination (Gazette-Times)

Calvin Henry has been involved in political activism and race relations in Oregon since he came to Oregon State University in 1969 after a stint in the Air Force.

An active Oregon volcano could house a new renewable energy lab (Sustainable Business Oregon)

The U.S. Department of Energy awarded $400,000 to a team of researchers at the Pacific Northwest National LaboratoryOregon State University and Seattle geothermal developer AltaRock Energy Inc to study the feasibility of establishing a laboratory at Central Oregon’s Newberry Volcano.

Really, canine science is open access (Scientific American)

I recently checked in with Monique Udell, guest editor of the special issue ‘New Directions in Canine Behavior’ and head of the Human-Animal Interaction Lab at Oregon State University to learn more about the issue and her thoughts on the future of canine science. As an added bonus, she also shared how studying dogs has affected her.

OSU students head for Nepal to help non-profit with earthquake aid (KATU)

Emergency crews in Nepal are racing the clock to save people affected by a massive earthquake that struck there over the weekend. Now, two Oregon State University students are going there to help. Christian Nishioka and Cole Miller started planning their trip to Nepal in January long before the earthquake struck as an assignment for their Transnational Transmedia course, which requires students to document the work of organizations in developing countries

Do plants have rights? GMO fight returns to Oregon with Benton County vote (Oregonian)

The battle over genetically-modified food has returned to Oregon, despite attempts by politicians to stop county-by-county bans. And the debate in Benton County is pulling in academics at Oregon State University, who worry any ban there could limit their biomedical research. (see also Gazette-Times)

New advocacy center at OSU will support survivors of sexual violence (LIFE@OSU)

The OSU Advocacy Center for Survivors of Violence will provide confidential and accessible services including a full-time advocate whose sole job is to listen and support survivors and to help them navigate available resources, making sure the survivor’s wishes and needs are respected.

Last stand for southwestern white pines? (Arizona Daily Sun)

At the same time, researchers at Oregon State University will grow seedlings collected from the same mother trees as Waring’s crop, infect them with the white pine blister rust and then monitor whether the trees die or demonstrate resistance toward the disease.

A plague of pests in Oregon? Dry, warm winter has farmers, foresters on watch (Oregonian)

This year’s abnormally warm winter — and a fourth straight year of drought conditions — has Oregon State researchers watching closely to see if a plague of new or resurgent pests could devastate agriculture across the region. Cold winters, after all, are what often kill problematic bugs, or at least keep their numbers in check.  “We’re just on the edge of our seats,” OSU forestry professor Dave Shaw said.

Benton County, OSU Extension team up for new outdoor education program (Gazette-Times)

Philomath Elementary third-graders clustered around to get a closer look at the piece of decomposing log. Reid Sweetkind, an Oregon State University biology student and the kids’ teacher for the lesson, pointed out for them the various bugs and fungi living in a chunk of decaying wood she pulled from the log.

It’s efficient. It’s a truck. It’s a supertruck (Portland Tribune)

They worked with professors and students from Oregon State University on “lightweighting” — creating structures that saved weight without reducing function. Rotz sought input from the National Laboratory System in developing the truck’s waste heat recovery system.

Children of the corn: Baby corn, demystified (Serious Eats)

The trademark flavor of sweet corn, let alone anything resembling a mature kernel, has yet to develop at this early stage, since “sugars do not start accumulating until well after pollination,” explains Jim Myers, professor of horticulture at Oregon State University. That means that pretty much any breed of corn can yield tender, succulent baby corn, from flint corn (your popcorn and grits), dent corn (corn chips and tortillas), and sweet corn (corn on the cob), to field corn—corn destined for industrial uses like oils and sweeteners, livestock feed, and bio-fuel.

Today

Prestigious Scholarship Program: Candidates for the position of OSU Prestigious Scholarships Advisor will make public presentations this week on the topic of their vision for building a program at the university that supports student success in applications to international and national scholarships. Monique Bourque will speak Wednesday, April 29 from 9-10 a.m. in Weniger room 275. Timothy Dolan will speak Thursday, April 30 from 1-2 p.m. in Weniger room 287.

SciFinder & Zotero Workshops: The Spring Graduate Student & Faculty Workshop Series closes out with two more workshops. Dig in and refine your SciFinder skills with the SciFinder Workshop,  April 29, offered by Keven Seguin from Chemical Abstracts Service. Capture, manage and cite your research sources with Intro to Zotero and Intermediate/Advanced Zotero on April 30. Checkout the full workshop descriptions. Registration is encouraged but not required.

Bio & Eco Engineering Guest Seminar: Please join BEE for a special seminar on “Non-Newtonian fluids in action: a new theory for porous media characterization” with Majdi Abou Najm, and Assistant Professor for the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the American University of Beirut. The seminar is on Wednesday, April 29 at 9 a.m. in WB 205. Free and open to the public.

NEW! Climate-Smart Agriculture in East and Southern Africa: World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) speakers Jeremias Gasper Mowo and Kiros Meles Hadgu share their perspectives on agriculture through the lens of climate change, Wed., April 29, noon-1:30 p.m. , Peavy Hall 276, Sponsored by the College of Forestry International Programs and Africa Initiative.

NEW! CAPS support group for international students: ILLC Room 355 on Thursdays from 2-3 p.m. Topics of discussion include adjustment to US culture, building social connections, academic success, and home country concerns. No appointment necessary; just drop by! Snacks & refreshments will be provided. Contact Shaznin Daruwalla, Psy.D. (Shaznin.Daruwalla@oregonstate.edu) or I-Ching Grace Hung, M.Ed. (I-Ching.Hung@oregonstate.edu).

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. Questions? Contact Lynn Greenough Weds. April 29, 3-3:50 p.m. Register here: http://bit.ly/1OeuFTt

Asian & Pacific Cultural Center: Join the Asian & Pacific Cultural Center for our Grand Opening ceremony on April 29  at 3:30 p.m. as we celebrate our new location in the heart of campus.   As part of the celebration Ring of Fire in Marketplace West will feature a culturally inspired menu for lunch and dinner April  27 to May 1.  The APCC will also be celebrating its 25th year as part of the campus community. The Grand Opening will lead into Asian & Pacific Islander Heritage month.

Center for Genome Research and Biocomputing Seminar:  Adam Bogdanove, Cornell University, will present a seminar “Diversity of TAL effectors in nature in relation to their utility in genome editing and other DNA targeting applications” on Wednesday, April 29, 3:30 p.m. in the Agricultural & Life Sciences Bldg (ALS) 4001.

Spring 2015 Water Resources Seminar Series: Water Sustainability and Climate   Julia Jones, College of Earth, Oceanic, and Atmospheric Sciences, will present on “Hydrologic responses to climate change:  considering geographic context and alternative hypotheses,” Wednesday, April 29, 4-5 p.m., Bexell Hall 207.

Department of Fisheries and Wildlife seminar: Gustavo A. Bisbal, Director, Department of the Interior, NW Climate Science Center, will speak on “Cliffs Notes on the Northwest Climate Science Center,” April 29, 4 – 4:50 p.m., Nash 206.

Take Back the Night: All students, staff, faculty, and community members are invited to a rally and march on Wednesday, April 29, at 6 p.m. in the MU Quad. Support survivors of sexual assault and demonstrate that OSU is a campus that does not condone sexual violence. It will be an inspiring night filled with empowering speeches, a performance from Divine, a march around campus, and a vigil. Part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month.

Why We Think Nature is Beautiful:  This presentation explains how we came to appreciate the beauty of nature in a modern sense. The story involves many developments in the arts, the humanities, and the sciences over many centuries.  Eugene C. Hargrove is the founding editor of the journal Environmental Ethic and the author of “Foundations of Environmental Ethics.” As chair of the philosophy department at the University of North Texas, he was instrumental in creating the first environmental philosophy M.A. and Ph.D. programs in the United States.  April 29 at 7 p.m., Kelley Engineering Center, Room 1001.

Upcoming Events

NEW! SHPR Open House: The School of History, Philosophy and Religion will be holding an Open House for Mother’s Day on Friday, May 1, from 3-5 p.m. in Milam Hall, 3rd Floor.   Come learn about our faculty research, upcoming events, and check out a series of unique ‘Mother’ themed displays.

NEW! Master Gardener Plant Sale on May 2: The Benton County Master Gardeners will be hosting their 13th annual plant sale and clinic.  Save the date:  Saturday, May 2 from 9 a.m – 2 p.m. in the Solar Barn, Southwest Corner of the Benton County Fairgrounds, 110 SW 53rd Street, Corvallis. Free admission and free parking. Perennials, natives, veggie starts, trees, shrubs and lots more will be for sale.  Gardening advice available from training Master Gardeners.

NEW! Flying Club Open House: Corvallis Airport, Saturday, May 2, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Airplane Rides with a $20/person donation, weather permitting, and free BBQ. Talk to members, see our aircraft and learn about the Oregon State Flying Club first hand. OSU & LBCC students, alumni, staff & families are eligible for membership. Visit:  flying.oregonstate.edu

NEW! Pet Day – Saturday, May 2. Celebrate the human-animal bond at Pet Day, Saturday, May 2, 10 am – 4 pm, at Magruder Hall. There are lots of fun activities including a petting zoo, teddy bear surgery, dog wash, dog agility demos, photo booth, veterinary hospital tours, and Kid’s Zone with a bounce house, face painting, games, pie throwing, and more! Numerous booths will be staffed by vendors and volunteers who provide information on animal health and wellness, nutrition, adoption and therapy. You can also meet llamas, goats, greyhounds, and reptiles! Pet Day is free and open to the public.

NEW! Mom’s Weekend Street Party: The OSU Beaver Store will be closing the street in front of the campus store on Saturday, May 2 for a Mom’s Weekend event.  Five local wineries will be offering tastings and three food trucks will be selling food.  There will be a trunk show, photo booth, DJ, and more.  The event will be held from 11 a.m.-4 p.m.   For further questions email melanie@osubeaverstore.com or call 541-737-0050.

Book sale: The Division of International Programs is holding a book sale fundraiser for a colleague who is undergoing treatment for cancer. The sale will take place in University Plaza Suite 190 (across from the ILLC on Western Blvd) from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. on Thursday April 30.

Joint Service Review: The Army, Navy/Marine, and Air Force Reserve Officer Training Programs (ROTC) at Oregon State University will hold their annual Joint Service Review on May 1 in the Memorial Union Quad at 10 a.m. The reviewing official and guest speaker will be Lieutenant Colonel Bruce “Snake” Crandall (RET), a Medal of Honor recipient.

Help Design a Park:  You’re invited to the Washington Way Pocket Park Open Space Design Project Kick-Off and Open House Workshop May 1, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. in MU 211 (feel free to come and go as your schedule permits).  Come learn about this unique collaborative design opportunity, share your thoughts and ideas regarding features you want to see in the park, and discover how you can participate in shaping our newest campus open space.  See http://blogs.oregonstate.edu/washingtonwayparkproject/

ISOSU Night Market: The ISOSU and affiliate club organizations are hosting a night market Friday, May 1, 7-9:30 p.m., in the Student Experience Plaza. It will include performances, food, crafts, and a fundraising table to support relief efforts in Nepal following the recent earthquake. Free admission. Food tickets available at all entrances, $1 per ticket, 6 tickets for $5.

Lectures and Webinars

NEW! Assistant Professor of Architecture & Wood Design: Wood Science & Engineering hosts Ulrich Dangel, assistant professor candidate, who will give a teaching seminar on “Craft | Technology | Poetics” with a focus on collaborative wood research & teaching opportunities between College of Forestry & UO School of Architecture & Allied Arts.  April 30 from 3-4 p.m. in Richardson Hall 107, reception afterward.

NEW! Environmental Arts & Humanities Research Conference: Join us for the Inaugural Environmental Arts and Humanities Initiative 2015 Research Conference including a full day of cutting edge student research and art punctuated by keynote presentations by award winning author Catherine McNeur (Portland State University) and Environmental Philosopher Eugene C. Hargrove (University of North Texas).  Click here for a the full schedule including presentation abstracts.    Friday, May 1 at 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.,  MU 206: Asian/Pacific-American Room.

NEW! Microsoft PowerBI seminar for OSU: Learn how Power BI supports OSU’s trans-disciplinary approach for collaborative research and can help you get more out of your data. Hear how Power BI works together with Excel to provide a self-service analytics solution, May 1, 9-1130 a.m. For more info and to register, visit powerbi.bus.oregonstate.edu. Sponsored by: The College of Business and Microsoft.

NEW! School of Public Policy brown bag: The SPP Brownbag Series continues Friday, May 1, at noon when Karen Thompson (College of Education) presents “The Effects of Changing Test-Based Policies for Reclassifying English Learners.” The brownbag will be held in Fairbanks 304. The event is free and open to the OSU community.

NEW! Public health talk: Paul Cieslak from the Communicable Diseases and Immunizations branch at the Oregon Health Authority will present the last 2014/2015 One Health talk, “Tales from the Public Health Division: investigations of zoonotic disease outbreaks,” on May 1, noon-1 p.m., ALS 4001.

NEW! Future of RNAi in Pest Management, Using Nature to Treat Nature: This seminar will be presented by Wayne Hunter, Research Entomologist, USDA-ARS, US Horticultural Research Lab, FL. Dr. Hunter, a leading authority on insect vectors of plant diseases, insect genomics, and RNAi, has led the first large-scale field evaluation of RNAi technology for improving honey bee health. May 5, 1 to 2 p.m., ALS 4000.

NEW! Final reminder for PFLA Workshop:  Exploring the Mechanisms of Unconscious Bias, presented by Figure 8 Consulting. $15/Members, $20/Non-Members. Thursday May 7, at the CH2M Hill Alumni Center. Search Advocates may receive Continuing Education Credits, if attending this workshop. Refreshments will be served. Click here to register. For more information,  contact Susan Atkisson.

From Lifting Injuries Among Nurses to Needle Sticks in the Operating Room: Applying Sociological Perspectives and Methods to the Study of Worker Safety. Douglas J Myers will speak April 30, 9-10 a.m., 115 Hallie Ford Center.

Removing the Mask: Conversations on Masculinity: Panel and group discussion will focus on today’s pressures facing boys and men to mask or hide their real identities, and to participate in negative group behaviors.  Bring your lunch. Thursday, April 30, noon-1:30 p.m., MU 206. No registration is required. More information at http://calendar.oregonstate.edu/event/104071/. Sponsored by the OSU Campus Coalition Builders.

Apparel Shopping Online: At the April 30 meeting of Triad, OSU’s staff and faculty club, Minjeong Kim of the College of Business will discuss her research on how consumers respond to online marketing. Triad meets in the MU, room 211, from noon to 1. The public is welcome to attend free of charge. A catered lunch is $11. Contact University Events, 541-737-0724, to save a seat.

Farmer to Farmer Networking: Talking Cover Crops: Join us on April 30 from 3-5 p.m. to look at increasing soil fertility and improving soil health and biology by using cover crops.We’ll discuss which cover crops grow well in the Willamette Valley for building biomass and sequestering carbon. This tour is for any farmer on any size farm wanting to learn more about building soil heath utilizing cover crops. There is no cost to attend, but an RSVP would be appreciated to reserve your spot.  RSVP on-line at http://smallfarms.oregonstate.edu/southern-willamette-valley-program/farmer-farmer-networking-talking-cover-crops

Nature’s Trust: Environmental Law for a New Ecological Age:   This lecture exposes what is wrong with environmental law and offers transformational change based on the public trust doctrine. Mary Christina Wood is the Philip H. Knight Professor of Law and Faculty Director of the school’s Environmental and Natural Resources Law Program at UO and the author of “Nature’s Trust: Environmental Law for a New Ecological Age.” Thursday, April 30, at 7 p.m., C&E Auditorium, LaSells Stewart Center.

News for Employees

NEW! PCOSW Scholarship Applications: Applications for PCOSW scholarships are now being accepted. The President’s Commission on the Status of Women, or PCOSW, provides funding to women faculty, students, and staff who are pursuing professional development or research opportunities, as well as individuals conducting research related to women’s issues. Scholarships average $500. The deadline is Friday May 1, with notification in Week 7. Information: http://leadership.oregonstate.edu/pcosw/awards-scholarships

NEW! 2015 Commencement Human Interest Stories: In an effort to personalize the annual Commencement Ceremony, President Ray includes 3-4 human interest stories of personal achievement of our graduating students that he will highlight during his Commencement address.  There are many untold stories of personal achievement and great accomplishments of our students.  To nominate a student, please submit completed form to Amy.Roos@oregonstate.edu no later than 5 p.m., Wednesday, May 6. Selected students and their nominators will be notified during the week of May 25 or earlier.  Additional information and instructions can be found online at 2015 Human Interest Stories.

NEW! PCOSW Mentoring and Professional Development Award: Nominations are now being accepted! The President’s Commission on the Status of Women, or PCOSW, recognizes any classified, professional faculty, or faculty member who excels in mentoring, supporting, and encouraging OSU employees, especially women and those from under-represented groups or non-traditional careers, and making available to them opportunities for professional, educational and personal development. The award is presented at University Day and consists of $500 cash, a $500 professional development fund, a nameplate for the University Professional Development Award plaque in Kerr Admin, and a personal plaque. The deadline for nominations is Friday, May 1. Information: http://leadership.oregonstate.edu/pcosw/awards-scholarships/nomination-form-university-mentoring-professional-development-award

Faculty development funds: Applications for the L.L. Stewart Faculty Development Fund are due at 5 p.m., Thursday, April 30. The L.L. Stewart Faculty Development Fund provides individual faculty members with grants of up to $2,200 per individual, and up to $4,400 for joint proposals in each funding cycle for professional development activities that have a clear connection to the enhancement of teaching and student learning at OSU. Applications and guidelines are available at: http://oregonstate.edu/ctl/grants

Intuitive use survey: The School of Mechanical, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering is conducting research on the terms “intuitive use”. We are seeking participants who are at least 18 years old to complete a 10-minute, online survey. This study hopes to better understand the meaning behind the terms “intuitive use” to help designers produce better products and interfaces. To participate: http://bit.ly/1I5mKW0

Faculty Release Time (FRT): The Research Office, Incentive Programs is accepting applications for the FRT Fall, Winter or Spring 2015-16 release. The program provides limited funding for individuals developing external grant proposals or who wish to further their scholarly activities. Program description and application:http://research.oregonstate.edu/incentive/faculty-release-time. Information: Debbie Delmore at debbie.delmore@oregonstate.edu. Deadline: May 4.

Courses for faculty and staff: Take advantage of academic faculty, professional faculty and classified employee courses presented by The Center for Learning & Organizational Development! These are 3-hour live sessions at no cost covering topics such as “Improving Your Performance Through Time Management,” “Professionalism and Service Recovery” and more. Visit http://oregonstate.edu/training/course_list.php?cat_id=23 for details and to register.

Research Impacts Network: The new OSU Research Impacts Network is accepting nominations for members who want to improve processes, communication, and accessibility related to existing tools for developing high quality research impacts. For more information or to nominate yourself or a peer, follow the link to our nomination portal: http://oregonstate.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_0iWh3AGDqfNxOi9 . Nominations are due by May 1.

Women of Achievement/Student Leadership nominations: The Women’s Center invites nominations for our two annual awards: Women of Achievement and Student Leadership. Use the following links to learn more about each award and the nomination process: Women of Achievement; Student Leadership Award.  Nominations Due: Friday, May 1.  This year’s award ceremony takes place May 26 in the MU Journey Room.

Traffic and Maintenance

Jefferson Way: As part of the Asian Pacific Cultural Center Grand Opening on April 29,  from noon to 7 p.m., Jefferson Way will be closed  between 26th Street and Weatherford Place. Please see map for Beaver Shuttle temporary route and event location. Access to Fairbanks lot will remain open.

26th Street: As part of the Beaver Store Mom’s Weekend Celebration,  26th Street between Jefferson Way and Ralph Miller Lane will be closed Saturday, May 2, from 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m. (View Map).

Snell, McAlexander: Due to the installation of metering equipment on the main electrical supply to the building, there will be scheduled power shutdown at Snell Hall (MU East) and McAlexander Fieldhouse on Thursday, April 30, from 6:-8 a.m.  This will affect all electrical services.  (View Map)

Johnson Hall: As part of the Johnson Hall project, a small portion of the sidewalk on the east side of 26th Street next to Johnson Hall, will be closed April 27 – Sept. 30.

Pre-purchase 2015-16 parking permits: Next month, existing commuter-zone parking permit holders can purchase a parking permit for next academic year. Zone purchasing options will expand as the month goes on, beginning with Monday, May 4 when permit holders can repurchase a permit for their current zone. On Monday, May 11, permit holders can purchase an available permit in a different zone at the same price level as their current permit. Then on Monday, May 18, permit holders may purchase a permit in any available zone. Please review next year’s 2015-16 parking map to see zone changes in a few lots around campus, and visit the parking permits sales page to purchase your permit.  For questions, call 541-737-2583 or see this webpage.

Valley Library: As part of the Bell Tower Project, pedestrian access will be impacted intermittently on the walkway east of The Valley Library between Jefferson Way and Pioneer Place, May 2 – May 8  (View Map).  The fire lane will remain open.

Jobs

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

Purchasing Analyst 3 – Capital Projects Contact Administration invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, Purchasing Analyst 3 position. Posting #0014326. Closes April 29.

Faculty Research Assistant – The Department of Horticulture invites applications for a full-time (1.00 FTE), 12-month, Faculty Research Assistant for the hazelnut breeding and genetics program. Posting #0014478. Closes April 29.

Administrative Asst. to Assoc Dean College of Business invites applications for a full-time Administrative Asst. to the Associate Dean. Posting #0014522. Closing date, April 30.

Farm/Ranch Supervisor – Full-time, fixed term position, with the Veterinary Teaching Hospital, OSU College of Veterinary Medicine. Duties include performing and coordinating farm or ranch operations while supervising staff that perform similar daily support functions. Salary is competitive. Posting #0014322. Questions can be directed to Keri Fisher at keri.fisher@oregonstate.edu. Closes on April 30.

Finance Coordinator – The Auxiliaries and Activities Business Center (AABC) invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, Finance Coordinator position. Posting # 0014529. Closes May 1.

Director of Web and Mobile Services – Information Services invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, fixed term, Director of Web and Mobile Services position. Posting # 0014498. Closes May 1.

4-H Summer Camp Skills Instructor. 4-H Youth Development in the College of Public Health and Human Sciences, invites applications for 2 short-term hourly positions. Positions will be located at the Oregon 4-H Center in Salem. Please see posting #0014271 for information about duties, qualifications, and how to apply. Position is open to qualified students and non-students. Closes May 1.

Locksmith – University Housing & Dining Services invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, Locksmith position.  Posting #0014503. Closes May 3.

Instrument Technician 3 – Mechanical –  The Microproducts Breakthrough Institute (MBI), an OSU research and commercialization facility located on the Corvallis Hewlett Packard campus, is recruiting for a full-time, (1.0 FTE), Instrument Technician 3 – Mechanical.  Posting # 0014439. Closes May 3.

INTO OSU is currently recruiting for an Admissions Customer Service Representative.  This position will support the Office of International Admissions in providing high level customer service, maintaining the standards and integrity of the Office of International Admissions, and sustaining an efficient admissions process. This is a full-time position, paying $12 per hour, and a full benefit package.  For more information or to apply, please visit: https://home2.eease.adp.com/recruit/?id=16905122  Please apply by May 4.

Graduate Academic Advisor – College of Business invites applications for a full-time, Graduate Academic Advisor. Posting #0014272. Closing date, May 5.

Analyst Programmer – College of Engineering invites applications for a full-time, Analyst Programmer (comp level 3). Posting 0014586. Closing date, May 7.

Information Technology Systems Specialist, College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences.  Posting #0014440. For full consideration apply by May 7. Closing date: May 28.

Publishing Manager – The Extension & Experiment Station Communications unit invites applications for a Publishing Manager. This is a full-time, fixed-term professional faculty position ending on Dec. 31, 2015. Posting #0014534. Closes May 7.

Analyst Programmer – College of Chemical, Biological and Environmental Engineering invites applications for a full-time, Analyst Programmer (comp level 1). Posting #0014454. Closing date, May 8

Academic Advisor – College of Engineering invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, Consultant-Academic Advisor position. Posting # 0014515. Closes May 8.

Library Technician 2 – This recruitment will be used to fill one full-time (1.0 FTE) Library Technician 2 position for the OSU Libraries and Press at Oregon State University (OSU). Posting #0014518 . Closes May 8.

Student Health Services invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, Assistant Director for Violence Prevention, Posting #0014472. Closes May 8.

Associate Program Manager – INTO OSU invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, Associate Program Manager position. Posting #0014612. Closes June 15.  For full consideration, applications should be received by May 11.

Cook 2 – University Housing & Dining Services (UHDS) invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 10-month, Cook 2 position.  Posting # 0014550.  Closes May 11.

The College of Science is seeking an Associate Dean for Strategic Initiative and Administration.  This is a part-time (.75 FTE), 12-month, fixed term professional faculty position. It is an internal search only and applicants must hold the rank of tenured professor in the College of Science. Reappointment is at the discretion of the Dean. Full consideration May 11. Closes May 31. Posting #: 0014578.

Assistant Professor-Plant Pathologist Oregon State University’s Southern Oregon Research & Extension Center invite applications for an Assistant Professor, full-time (tenure-track 1.0 FTE) position located in Central Point. Posting #0013895. Closes May 15.

Oregon State University is recruiting for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, fixed-term, Communications & Marketing Manager for the Division of University Outreach & Engagement.  This Manager will be accountable for developing and implementing communications and marketing aimed at enhancing the reputation and broad awareness of the Division. Posting #0014583. Full consideration date: May 17. Closes May 24.

INTO OSU is currently recruiting for an Academic Support Manager.  The Academic Support Manger oversees the units responsible for:  Academic and logistical student program advising, student registration, maintenance of student study plan records and communicating study plans to students, classroom scheduling, and the Learning Center operations.  For more information or to apply, please visit: https://home2.eease.adp.com/recruit/?id=16905192 Apply by May 17.

Assistant Director of Client Services – Information Services invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, fixed term, Assistant Director of Client Services position. Posting # 0014528. Closes May 18.

Contract Officer – Procurement, Contracts and Materials Management, a unit within Business Affairs is seeking a Contract Officer. This is a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, fixed term professional faculty position. Reappointment is at the discretion of the Director. Posting #0014492. Closes May 30.

Assistant ProfessorViticulturist Oregon State University’s  Southern Oregon Research & Extension Center invites applications for a full-time, (1.0 FTE) 9-month, tenure track, Assistant Professor located in Central Point, OR. Posting # 0014286. Closes June 20.

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. Open until filled.

Weather

Corvallis: “Art is dangerous. It is one of the attractions: when it ceases to be dangerous you don’t want it.” ~ Duke Ellington. Partly sunny today, high of 64, low of 40. Partly sunny after morning fog tomorrow.

Central Oregon: Mostly sunny today, high of 58, low of 32. Sunny tomorrow.

Newport: Slight chance of showers, followed by sunshine. High of 55, low of 42. Sunny tomorrow.

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

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