OSU Today

Wednesday, May 6, 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.

‘Go Baby Go’ gives safe toy cars to special needs kids (KGW)

A program called “Go Baby Go” is giving kids with disabilities a chance to move like they never have before. “We’re taking toy cars and modifying them,” explained OSU Assistant Professor Sam Logan.

Runaway drug prices (NY Times)

Drugs used to treat multiple sclerosis are of particular concern. A recent study by researchers in Oregon (OSU) found that first-generation drugs that came on the market in the 1990s ranged in price from $8,000 to $11,000 a year. Prices for those drugs rose even though new drugs entered the market, theoretically providing competition. One drug that first cost $8,700 now costs $62,400 a year.

The power of building winners over trying to win (Forbes)

Sam Greenblatt epitomizes this. He is the second assistant coach for men’s crew at Oregon State University now and coached at the Atlanta Junior Rowing Association previously. He describes himself as a “teacher with a whistle,” “lucky to be doing what I’m doing.”

Geologist outlines earthquake ‘time bombs’ in upcoming book (Phys Org)

An emeritus Oregon State University geologist, who was one of the first scientists to point to the possibility of a major earthquake in the Pacific Northwest, outlines some of the world’s seismic “time bombs” in a forthcoming book.

Oregon scientists lead underwater research (KUOW)

Scientists from Oregon State University recently installed four large buoys off the coast which will soon begin measuring oxygen levels, acidity, and other biological and chemical data which will help us learn more about the health of the ocean. Each bouy is tethered to the ocean floor, weighs over 10,000 pounds, and is loaded with scientific instruments which will be gathering data 24 hours a day for at least 5 months (see also Jefferson Public Radio)

Signs of underwater volcanic eruption south of BC coast (Weather Channel)

Geologists Bill Chadwick of Oregon State University and Scott Nooner of the University of North Carolina Wilmington predicted the eruption in a blog post in 2014. (see also UK Progressive)

Vigil honors Nepal (Register-Guard)

Yasha Bajracharya huddled with family members while trying to sleep in a cramped apartment just below their home. On April 25, six days before the Oregon State University student was set to return home from a one-month trip to Kathmandu to visit family, a magnitude 7.8 earthquake struck about 110 miles northwest of the Nepalese capital.

Regional incubator wins national award (Gazette-Times)

Oregon RAIN was recognized in the economic development category for its success in promoting startup companies in the south Willamette Valley and mid-coast region. The state-sponsored initiative is a partnership involving Oregon State University, the University of Oregon and the cities of Corvallis and Eugene.

The Drone Singer strikes back for Star Wars Day (Network World)

I should have known that Victor Villegas — the Oregon State University Extension Service tech guy I profiled recently — would be launching one of his drone-inspired ditties for May 4, Star Wars Day (May the Fourth Be With You).

As worldwide extinction speeds up, large plant-eaters could be the first to go (Oregonian)

Oregon State University professor William Ripple led a team of scientists from around the world on a new study that adds an exclamation point to recent reports that human activity will drive one in 13 of the world’s species to extinction.

Single-payer activists outline possible 2016 ballot measure (The Lund Report)

But as Professor Chunhuei Chi of Oregon State University pointed out to The Lund Report, the United States already spends more tax money on healthcare than many industrialized countries without a universal healthcare system. In addition to Medicare, Medicaid, Veteran’s Affairs and the Indian Health Service, state, federal and local governments spend an enormous amount of money on public employee health costs. The government also loses revenue from tax expenditures given to businesses that provide healthcare for their employees.

Animals featured in OSU celebration of ag day (Gazette-Times)

Oregon State University senior Lakin McCarthy was on her way to class Tuesday afternoon when she saw something a little unusual in the Memorial Union Quad: sheep. “I was walking and I was like ‘oh my god — animals!’” she said. “I just had to pet the sheep because I’ve been working with wool all week.”

Fueled for success (Herald & News)

Mills Elementary is all about healthy foods and being active. The Oregon State University Klamath Basin Research and Extension Center has been working to teach children where their food comes from, ways to try healthy foods and how to be active.

Snail genetic variation associated with resistance to schistosomiasis (JAMA)

Schistosomes are transmitted by snail vectors that naturally vary in resistance to this parasite even within species. A team led by Oregon State University investigators artificially selected snails for resistance and found that a dominant allele in 1 particular genomic region conveys an 8-fold decrease in the risk of schistosomiasis infection.

Equine herpes virus intensifies, diversifies in Oregon horses (Equus)

The neurotropic case and one of the “typical” EHV cases have been admitted to the Lois Bates Acheson Veterinary Teaching Hospital at Oregon State University College of Veterinary Medicine in Corvallis. The university shared a bulletin with us on Tuesday night about the cases in Oregon. According to the university statement, the initial case of EHV-1 is being treated in isolation at OSU, and only had the more common “wild” strain of the virus. That horse did show neurologic symptoms, although animals with that strain of EHV-1 more often have a disease that causes respiratory infection or abortion in pregnant mares. (see also KTVZ)

Science pub examines ocean acidification (Gazette-Times)

The Corvallis Science Pub will turn its attention next week to the question of ocean acidification, which has been termed the “evil twin” of global warming.

Lecture examines black citizenship (Gazette-Times)

Duke University history professor Adriane Lentz-Smith will discuss how African Americans serving in World War I helped set the stage for the civil rights movement in a free public lecture 4 p.m. Wednesday afternoon at Oregon State University.

Today

Cooperative Open Reporting Environment: The Business Intelligence Center (BIC) is offering Cooperative Open Reporting Environment (CORE) Update Sessions. A session will be held from 10 a.m. – noon in the MU Horizon Room on May 6. Refreshments will be served. The session will be recorded and available for viewing no later than Monday, May 11. Pre-registration for the CORE Update is not required but very helpful, CORE Update Sessions – May 5 & 6, 2015.

Open Forum Presentation for Military & Veteran Resources Advisor: Campus  and military and veteran supportive colleagues and communities are invited to attend finalists’ presentations focusing on “Making OSU stand out as a beacon in the Pacific Northwest for the military community.” Open Forums are May 6 from 10:45 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. in MU213 with candidate Kenneth Lowe, Jr. and on May 7 from 10:45 – 11:30 a.m. in MU206 with candidate Chad Zimmerman. For accommodations related to disability please contact deanofstudents@oregonstate.edu , 541-737-8748.

Spring 2015 Water Resources Seminar Series: Water Sustainability and Climate: Reed Maxwell, Department of Geology and Geological Engineering, Colorado School of Mines, will present “Connections in the hydrologic cycle: how anthropogenic stresses impact feedbacks, sensitivity and sustainability” on Wednesday, May 6, 4-5 p.m., Bexell Hall 207.

Black Citizenship in Crisis: World War I and Its Aftermath:  World War I supplied a new field in the battle for freedom rights.  Nearly four decades after the end of Reconstruction, African Americans still sought the basic rights of American citizens, and they pushed their fellow Americans to make the world safe for democracy at home as well as abroad. Adriane Lentz-Smith is an Associate Professor of History at Duke University. Her most recent book is “Freedom Struggles: African Americans and World War I.” Wednesday, May 6 at 4 p.m., Lonnie B. Harris Black Cultural Center, Meeting Room.

Department of Fisheries and Wildlife seminar: Anita Guerrini, Horning Professor in the Humanities and Professor of History, will speak on “Which animals do we choose to save?” May 6, 4 – 4:50 p.m., Nash 206.

Evening Public Sale at the OSUsed Store: The OSUsed Store is open for our monthly evening public sale Wednesday, 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at 644 SW 13th. 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. More information on our website.

Scholars’ Insights Three-Minute Thesis (3MT) research competition: Join us in this fast-paced research competition, where graduate students are challenged to advance a compelling presentation on their thesis or project topic and its significance in just three minutes, with prizes up to $1,000. Event will be held Wednesday, May 6 from 6 – 9:30 p.m. at the LaSells Stewart Center, Construction & Engineering Hall. Visit: http://gradschool.oregonstate.edu/insights

Upcoming Events

NEW! International Students Mental Health Day: Join CAPS on May 7 for a tabling event on the MU quad from 2 – 4 p.m. and from 6 – 8 p.m. in the MU Journey Room there will be a free screening of the documentary “Hidden Pictures”, which focuses on mental health issues and perceptions across the globe with a panel discussion after. Free snacks.

NEW! Money Matters Fair:  Business Affairs staff and students host a free event to promote financial literacy.  Play FinLit Trivia, toss a ball for prizes, learn about financial and physical fitness, and even pet a dog while you learn about budgeting for your own pet.  Students can enter $1,000 scholarship drawing.  Friday, May 8 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. in the MU Quad.

NEW! Volleyball: On May 8-10, OSU will host the annual Willamette Volleyball Classic.  This youth/club tournament will feature 216 teams and will utilize six facilities on campus, including Truax, Gill, Dixon upper & lower gyms, Indoor Tennis Pavilion, Langton Hall gym, and McAlexander Fieldhouse.  Play begins at 6:00 PM on Friday night (Truax only), and expands to all facilities on Saturday and Sunday (8:00 AM start both days).  Campus will have a noticeable uptick in auto and pedestrian traffic, and parking lots around Gill & Truax will be crowded that weekend.  Please contact Cody March (Director of Operations, OSU Volleyball) at cody.march@oregonstate.edu with any questions.

NEW! OSU Walking Tour: OSU’s historic district contains more than 80 contributing structures and is the only Oregon college or university with a National Register of Historic Places district. Learn about the development of campus structures, the Olmsted and Taylor campus plans, the quads, and view sheds. Appreciate the most comprehensive collection of distinctive John V. Bennes-designed buildings. May 10, 2-4 p.m. Tour is limited to 20 people; call 541-737-0540 for reservations.

 Wrenched: the movie: The film Wrenched: The Legacy of Edward Abbey captures the passing of the monkey wrench from the pioneers of eco-activism to the new generation which will carry Edward Abbey’s legacy into the 21st century. The fight continues to sustain the last bastion of the American wilderness – the spirit of the West. Thursday, May 7, 7 p.m., The LaSells Stewart Center, C&E auditorium.

ESTEME@OSU Spring Food, Faculty, and Fun: Monday, May 11 in Milam 215 from 5 – 7 p.m., ESTEME@OSU will host their Spring Food, Faculty, and Fun— an informal showcase and discussion of what different STEM units around campus do to provide graduate and undergraduate teaching assistants with training, orientation, and support for their teaching assignments. Please RSVP at the following link: http://oregonstate.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_8wCsI8sCKEBNjMx.

Auditions for Romeo & Juliet: Auditions will be held May 17 through May 19 for Oregon State University Theatre’s upcoming production of William Shakespeare’s quintessential tragedy of star-crossed lovers, “Romeo and Juliet.” The spring auditions are to cast 12 principal roles for the production, which will be performed in November. Another round of auditions to fill out the cast will be held in September. Those cast for principal roles will rehearse individually until the end of the spring term, with rehearsals resuming in the fall. Auditions will be held from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. each day in the Withycombe Hall Main Stage Theatre. Tryouts will consist of group readings from the script. Participants also will be asked to prepare a short, one-minute monologue from any Shakespeare play. The monologue does not need to be memorized.

Library undergraduate research awards: An awards ceremony for the two winners of the 2014 Library Undergraduate Research Awards (LURA) will be held in the Valley Library Rotunda on May 20 from 2-4 p.m. A reception will follow the ceremony. Andrew Osborn’s winning paper is “Investigations of Pactamycin Biosynthesis.” Jenna Proctor’s winning paper is “The Great Hall: A Story of Promise, Lost Opportunity and the Plight of the Liberal Arts.” Andrew Su’s paper, “The Atlantic Theatre: Why the British Stopped Confederate Shipbuilding in Great Britain,” received an honorable mention. The award winners will give short talks. Both winners receive a $1,000 scholarship for their research papers: http://osulibrary.oregonstate.edu/2015-lura-winners

Lectures and Webinars

NEW! Incorporate Hybrid/Blended Elements in the Courses You Teach: Hands-on workshop offered on Thursday, May 7, 2-3 p.m., in Milam 215. All faculty and GTAs are welcome to learn about best practices in hybrid teaching, and explore techniques to redesign courses to integrate in-class and online learning activities. Register or contact cub.kahn@oregonstate.edu for more information.

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).

NEW! Public Policy talk: The SPP Brownbag Series continues Friday, May 8, at noon when Paul Thompson (Economics) presents “Ballot Order, Ballot Roll-Off, and Home Sales.” The brownbag will be held in Fairbanks 304. The event is free and open to the OSU community.

NEW! Flourishing @ OSU lecture series: The Mental Health Initiative at OSU is comprised of faculty, staff and students committed to engaging in the topic of flourishing through personal and professional life experiences. On May 8, noon to 1 p.m., Larry Roper, professor, School of Language, Culture and Society, will speak on “Leading Towards Health and Hope,” in Kidder 202. For more information: http://oregonstate.edu/counsel/mental_health_initiative

NEW! Symposium – “Remaining Wild: Writing Beyond Wally and Ed:” With David Gessner, Tim Jensen, Ana Maria Spagna, moderated by Jacob Hamblin. In their novels and non-fiction, as in their lives, Edward Abbey and Wallace Stegner showed us very different styles and strategies for constructing literatures and lives. If they represent two paths through the wild, where do they lead us? What are the gifts and dangers of wildness? As writers, scholars, lovers and defenders of the Earth, what are our responsibilities to the wild? Friday, May 8, 2-4 p.m., Memorial Union Horizon Room.

NEW! Psychology talk: School of Psychological Science Spring 2015 Colloquium Series: Keiko Bostwick speaks on “The effectiveness of a minimally intrusive malleable mindset intervention in introductory psychology,” May 8, 4-5 p.m., Reed Lodge 111.

NEW! What is CITIZENSHIP? Five Disciplinary Perspectives:  In this roundtable, OSU scholars will discuss disciplinary perspectives of and methodologies for researching ideas and practices of citizenship. Panelists include Natchee Barnd and Crystal Boson from the School of Language, Culture, and Society, Marisa Chappell from the School of History, Philosophy, and Religion; Christina León from the School of Writing, Literature, and Film, and Megan Spencer, a graduate student in the Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies program. Friday, May 8, 4 p.m., Memorial Union, La Raza Room.

NEW! OSU Visiting Writers series: An Evening with David Gessner, author of All the Wild that Remains: Edward Abbey, Wallace Stegner and the West. Friday, May 8, 7:30 p.m., Valley Library Main Floor Rotunda

NEW! Photography talk: Kim Komenich, Pulitzer Prize winning photographer, will present a free, public lecture entitled “A Multimedia Journey” at 7 p.m., Saturday, May 9 in the Construction & Engineering Hall of LSC.  Komenich discusses his life as a photojournalist and his transition to a multimedia storyteller.  A reception will precede the lecture from 6-7 p.m. Sponsored by New Media Communications & Speech Communication.

Candidates for director of the Orange Media Network: Candidates for director of the Oregon Media Network (formerly Student Media) will have public presentations and a Q&A session in May. All four forums will be held at the Memorial Union in room 206. Eric Fidler – Thursday, May 7 – 9-10 a.m.; Brett Fera – Tuesday, May 12- 9-10 a.m.; Candace Baltz – Friday May 15 -9-10 a.m.

Lunch with the President: Oregon State University President Ed Ray will join OSU’s three professional organizations for lunch at noon Thursday in the MU, room 211. He will provide brief remarks, answer questions and and welcome comments from participants. The public is welcome to attend free of charge. The meeting hosted by the Association of Office Professionals, the Professional Faculty Leadership Association and Triad. A catered lunch is $11. Contact University Events, 541-737-0724, to save a seat.

Incorporate Hybrid/Blended Elements in the Courses You Teach: Hands-on workshop offered on Thursday, May 7, 2 to 3 p.m., in Milam 215. All faculty and GTAs are welcome to learn about best practices in hybrid teaching, and explore techniques to redesign courses to integrate in-class and online learning activities.  Register or contact cub.kahn@oregonstate.edu for more information.

TAC Workshop: Collaboration Tools in Canvas: Canvas has many features to encourage student interaction. We’ll take a hands-on tour of Groups, Collaborations, Discussions, Chat and Conferences. The workshop will be approximately 2 hours; attendees are invited to stay for an additional hour of individual course development support. Location: Bexell 120. Questions? Contact Lynn Greenough. May 7, 2-5 p.m.. Register here: http://bit.ly/1Oephzt

Behind the Oregon Legislature: The Oregon State University Alumni Association, Government Relations and the Political Science Program invite you to Behind the Oregon Legislature, a collaborative event designed to inform OSU students and alumni about career and volunteer opportunities with the Oregon legislature, May 7 in Salem. Panelists from the Oregon Legislature will be in attendance to share their experience and advice for prospective job seekers / volunteers and answer any career related questions. Go to www.osualum.com/ORLeg for more information and to register.

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.

News for Employees

Procurement Presents OSU Supplier Showcase 2015: Just a reminder for faculty and staff to stop by LaSells Stewart Center on Thursday, May 28, 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. This updated event is focused on our Buy Orange contracted vendors as well as MWESB, QRF and local Corvallis businesses. See a list of participating vendors plus additional information at fa.oregonstate.edu/pacs/supplier-showcase. Attendee registration is not required this year – just mark it on your calendar and stop by for valuable information, Benny Beaver, and a chance to win door prizes.

Call for 2015 Commencement volunteers: Over 60 volunteers are needed to serve as information specialists and assist guests during this year’s Commencement ceremony on Saturday, June 13. Commencement volunteers provide directions and programs, assist family and friends to find seats, assist guests with special needs  and are OSU ambassadors. Attendance at one mandatory training session will be required prior to the commencement ceremony (to be held on Thursday June 11 (11 a.m. – noon) or Friday June 12 (2 – 3 p.m.)). Most volunteers will be needed from 8 – 11:30 a.m.  Some will be asked to stay later dependent upon tasks assigned.  Register online here.

L.L. Stewart Faculty Development Funds Applications extended to 5 pm, Friday, May 15: 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

OSU Lacrosse program: The Oregon State Men’s Lacrosse program is experiencing an unprecedented season in 2015. The team has just completed an undefeated regular season for the first time in OSU history, and is currently ranked 4th in nation.  The team is funded almost exclusively through player dues and the donations of families, friends and alumni. In order for OSU to participate in the MCLA National Championship Tournament, the program needs financial support. The team is seeking donations to offset the costs associated with traveling to and from the competitions. The tax-deductible donations can be made at http://proj.at/1P7jQQt

Study on balance and toe and foot strength: A study being conducted in the School of Population & Biological Health Sciences is seeking people between the ages of 50-75 who regularly practice yoga or those who are not regular exercisers. The study will compare the relationship of toe and foot strength to balance. Participants would be required to make one visit to the lab.  If interested, please contact Adam Eisner at 916-214-8420 or email at eisnera@onid.oregonstate.edu.

Graduate Diversity recruitment bonus: Second call for this award for the 2015-16 award year: Graduate Diversity Recruitment Bonus Deadline for Nominations is Monday, May 11, 5 p.m. Information and Nomination Instructions:  http://gradschool.oregonstate.edu/finance/awards/graduate-diversity-recruitment-bonus. To see a matrix of all scholarships/fellowships administered by the Graduate School, click here:  2015-16 Scholarships and Fellowships.

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.

Traffic and Maintenance

Natural gas shutdown: As part of the seismic valve upgrade project, natural gas will be shutdown to the below listed buildings May 11 – 18.  This will affect all heating, cooling and equipment utilizing natural gas. May 11:  Earth, Ocean & Atmospheric Sciences Administration, Oak Creek Building, Clark Laboratory. May 12: Adams Hall, Apiary Complex, Gill Coliseum. May 13:  Crew Facility, Sinnhuber Aquatic Research Lab, Cascade Hall. May 14: West Greenhouse, Farm Services, Aero Engineering Lab. May 15: Seed Lab, Gladys Valley Gymnastics Center, Dryden Hall, Navy ROTC Armory. May 18: Nypro Building, Ocean Observing Center, OSU Foundation Center, Azalea House.

Pre-purchase 2015-16 parking permits: Existing commuter-zone parking permit holders can purchase a parking permit for next academic year this month. 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.

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.

Analyst Programmer – School 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.

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 10.

Office Specialist 2– The Career Development Center invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, Office Specialist 2 position. Posting # 0014650. Closes May 11.

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.

Administrative Program Specialist, the Department of Chemistry at Oregon State University invites applicants for a part-time (approximately 26 hours per week) Administrative Program Specialist position for the Department of Chemistry.  Posting # 0014665. Closing date is May 15.

Administrative Assistant To – Environmental & Molecular Toxicology invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, Administrative Assistant To position. Posting # #0014674. Closes May 15.

Extension 4-H SNACZ Program Coordinator: Oregon State University Extension Service is recruiting for a part-time, 0.75 FTE, fixed-term, Extension 4-H SNACZ Program Coordinator to oversee a research intervention and implement curriculum to engage youth in advocating for healthy snacks in Union County schools and food stores. Posting #0014648. Closes May 15.

Capital Programming Manager. Capital Planning and Development is seeking a Capital Programming Manager. This is a full-time (1.00 FTE), 12-month, fixed term professional faculty position. The Capital Programming Manager has primary responsibility for project planning at all OSU statewide locations and all project planning levels from project definition, pre-design planning through design and assists in the evaluation and establishment of campus standards for project definition, planning, design and methods of project delivery. Posting #0014587. Closes May 15.

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.

Office Specialist 2 –  The School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) is recruiting for a part-time, (.50 FTE), Office Specialist 2 position.  Posting # 0014627. Closes May 16.

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.

Student Health Services invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, Charge Nurse, Posting #0014621  Closes May 18.

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.

Classified – Information Technology Consultant – Comp Level 1 School of Design and Human Environment in the College of Business invites applications for a full-time Info Tech Consult Position. Posting #0014702. Closing date, May 19.

Administrative Program Specialist – The Morrow County Extension Office in Heppner, Oregon invites applications for a part-time (.70 FTE), 12-month Administrative Program Specialist position. Posting #0014639. Closes May 20.

Student Health Services invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, Physical Therapist, Posting #0014645.  Closes May 22.

Administrative Program Specialist: Capital Planning & Development is recruiting for one full-time Administrative Program Specialist position. Posting # 0014638. Closes May 22.

International Program Consultant – The Office of Global Opportunities (OSU GO) invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, International Program Consultant position. Posting #0014611. Closes May 24.

Office Specialist 2– The Career Development Center invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, Office Specialist 2 position. Posting # 0014657. Closes May 25.

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.

Acquisitions & Collections Maintenance Unit Manager – The Oregon State University Libraries and Press (OSULP) invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, fixed term Acquisitions & Collections Maintenance Unit Manager position. Reappointment is at the discretion of the University Librarian and OSU Press Director. Posting #0014686  . Closes June 4.

Assistant to Associate Dean College of Engineering invites applications for a full-time Assist. to the Assoc. Dean. Posting #0014703. For full consideration apply by June 15. Closing date, July 1.

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.

The Department of Botany and Plant Pathology (BPP) invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, fixed-term Faculty Research Assistant position. Posting #0013984. Closes Dec. 31, 2015.

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: “Good books, like good friends, are few and chosen; the more select, the more enjoyable.” ~ Louisa May Alcott. Scattered showers today, high of 63, low of 35. Sunny tomorrow.

Central Oregon: Scattered showers today, high of 53, low of 33. Partly sunny tomorrow.

Newport: Scattered showers today, high of 55, low of 41. Partly sunny tomorrow.

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

For comments or feedback about this email contact
osutoday@oregonstate.edu.

Find the OSU Today Web site and archive online.


Submission guidelines

Copyright © 2017 Oregon State University. Disclaimer.

OSU Today is a daily e-mail news briefing provided by OSU News and Communication Services. Contact us to unsubscribe or subscribe, or visit lists.oregonstate.edu to manage your subscriptions.