OSU Today

Sept. 8-11, 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.

Fishing for the first Americans (Nature)

Loren Davis, an archaeologist at Oregon State University in Corvallis, is searching for the ancient seafarers in an unusual spot — at a site in Idaho called Cooper’s Ferry, which is on a bank of the Salmon River, hundreds of kilometres away from the coast. At the dig site in August, Davis examines a piece of rock brought to him by one of his field crew. He turns it over to see whether it was shaped by human hands, perhaps by early toolmakers who littered the ground with flakes of rock as they worked.

 ‘Monster’ wildfire season grips west coast residents with fear of future devastation (Guardian)

Professor Roger Hammer of Oregon State University in Corvallis studies the increased danger posed by fires as a result of people living in wilderness settings and how to mitigate those risks. He says that the cost of firefighting has perhaps doubled since more of us in the American west have moved into areas where, in another age, no one would have thought to build a house – ridge-tops, forests and canyons.

What lies beneath (Big Picture Science)

OSU’s Chris Goldfinger talks about the Cascadia Subduction Zone.

Oregon State graduates give big for humanitarian engineering, melding science and social impact (Oregonian)

Two Oregon State University alumni hope to help change that. Gretchen and Richard Evans recently gave $1.5 million to OSU’s humanitarian engineering program, a field in which engineering is used to improve the lives of people in poor and marginalized communities.

OSU study highlights confusion over end-of-life antibiotic use (Portland Business Journal)

A survey of Oregon hospice programs found 31 percent had policies for initiating use of antibiotics and only 17 percent had a policy for when to discontinue their use, according to a study from Oregon State University.

The village that will be swept away (The Atlantic)

“In almost every disaster event in America, from Hurricane Sandy to tornadoes in Oklahoma, the rally cry of ‘we will rebuild’ and FEMA’s support of rebuilding in place exemplifies the hazard-centric idea that disasters are one-off aberrations of normal conditions and that increased warning infrastructure, response plans, and technological interventions can prevent the next disaster,” writes Elizabeth Marino, an (OSU-Cascades) anthropologist who has studied Shismaref and has a book coming out about the town’s efforts to move. “Rebuilding in the same way, in the same place leaves no space for reconsidering our relationship with the environment.”

The acidifying oceans (Register-Guard editorial)

An Oregon State University study published this week in the Journal of Shellfish Research says that more than 75 percent of oyster growers surveyed said they were either “extremely” or “very” concerned about ocean acidification — a percentage far greater than the general public. Many reported economic losses, particularly in “hot spots” such as off the coast of Oregon. Some shellfish farmers have moved their operations, while others have been forced to alter the way they operate because of changes to the oceans.

Ted Cruz says it’s always been that babies born to US citizens abroad are citizens from birth (Politifact)

To our inquiries, experts on U.S. citizenship advised by email that an act passed into law by the very first Congress in March 1790 said children born abroad to citizens could be U.S. citizens — a form of “derivative citizenship.”Christopher McKnight Nichols, an Oregon State University historian, said by email: “Since the Naturalization Law of 1790, it is clear that Congress attempted to establish a citizenship right for children born of citizens abroad.”

David Sarasohn: Climate change turning Portland into Phoenix (Oregonian Opinion)

Oregon State University marine studies professor Jane Lubchenco didn’t catch all of Oregon’s summer; in her capacity as U.S. science envoy for the oceans, she spent a lot of time on the other side of the world. But in her years as director of the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (2009-2013), she saw “the most extreme four years’ weather,” with 70 Atlantic hurricanes, 770 major tornadoes, six major floods and “unprecedented” blizzards, and “the patterns are only continuing.”

David Hill turns 50 (Oregon Wine Press)

These questions may soon be resolved by Laurent Leduc, a plant geneticist at Oregon State University, working under a grant from the Erath Foundation. He has samples of many known Pinot Noir clones planted in Oregon and plans to use genetic markers to differentiate among them. He also has samples of unknown material, including some from Coury’s first Pinot Noir planting. Leduc’s hope is to compare the unknown vines to the clones he can identify.

The science of a strong start (Huffington Post)

A piece co-written by Megan M. McClelland, PhD, Katherine E. Smith Healthy Children and Families Professor, Hallie E. Ford Center for Healthy Children and Families, Oregon State University.

Orcilia Zuñiga Forbes, Oregon State University trustee, dies at 77 (Oregonian)

Orcilia Zuñiga Forbes, a prominent philanthropist and administrator who helped shape Oregon State University, died Friday of natural causes, her family said. She was 77. (see also Gazette-Times)

New barley varieties appeal to brewers, bakers and bovines (Eurasia Review)

A versatile new barley variety just released by Oregon State University could lend subtle malt flavors to Northwest craft brews and also give consumers more choice in fiber-rich barley foods.

OSU ag college recruiting for multiple faculty, staff positions (Capital Press)

Oregon State University’s College of Agricultural Sciences plans to hire up to 40 people by the fall of 2016.

Researchers give dry farming a try (Bend Bulletin)

The vegetables are part of a dry-farming demonstration project at Oregon State University’s Oak Creek Center for Urban Horticulture. In three 10-foot-by-100-foot plots, OSU Extension instructor Amy Garrett is examining the possibilities of growing food crops without irrigation.

Local teachers learn to make the outdoors their classroom (Houston Chronicle)

Mitchell told the group that this had been verified by more in-depth investigations, all of which concluded that the mussels at the site are not reproducing. Oregon State University researchers have determined that some of the mussels at the site are about 55 years old. Their lifespan is around 60 to 70 years.

State report tracks economic, demographic change in rural Oregon (Capital Press)

Bruce Weber, director of the Rural Studies Program at Oregon State University, said the state analysis is “insightful.”

OSU student sexually assaulted in 1999 sues university, Riley for $2.5 million (Portland Tribune)

A 34-year-old Hillsboro woman who says she was sexually assaulted 16 years ago by a cousin of an Oregon State University football player is suing the university and former football coach Mike Riley. Kristin Samuelson, who was an OSU freshman in 1999, is seeking at least $2.5 million in damages.

Climate change may cost fisherman more time, money finding brook trout (AccuWeather)

“Increases in air and river water temperatures predicted by climate change will result in fewer streams that are cold enough to support brook trout,” DeWeber, now a postdoctoral research scholar at Oregon State University, said.

Deschutes County truck tests natural gas for fuel (Bend Bulletin)

The Onboard compressor was developed by Chris Hagen, an assistant professor of engineering at OSU-Cascades and Onboard Dynamics’ chief technical officer.

 Traffic changes and heavy game day traffic for college football season (KOIN)

The 2015 football season kicks off this weekend for both University of Oregon and Oregon State University. Traffic on game day will be extra slow considering it’s also the heavily traveled Labor Day weekend. (see also Gazette-Times)

Warmest ‘summer’ ever says expert (Gazette-Times)

Linn and Benton counties experienced their warmest “summer” on record, said Kathie Dello, deputy director of the Oregon Climate Service at Oregon State University. The average temperature of 68.9 degrees in June, July and August topped the previous record of 67.8 degrees set during those three months in 1958.

KCC, OSU to sign off on public safety center Thursday (Herald & News)

Klamath Community College, in conjunction with Oregon State University, is creating a public safety training center for structure and wildland firefighting in the Klamath Basin.

Game-day challenge (Gazette-Times)

The 40,000 or so people who show up for Oregon State University home football games produce mountains of trash and recyclable material, more than 10 tons per contest, say university officials.

Corvallis native wins Miss Rodeo Oregon title previously held by her sister (Gazette-Times)

Katie Schrock, who played basketball for Oregon State University, said seeing her sister traveling to rodeo events throughout the state and country inspired her to pursue the crown for herself after she stopped playing college basketball in March 2013.

Sheriff: 57-mile stolen motorcycle chase ends with suspect swimming in river (Fox 12)

In Brownsville, investigators said the motorcyclist stopped on a bridge crossing the Calapooia River, got off and jumped in the water. Lewallen was arrested about 100 yards downstream from the bridge. During the lengthy chase, deputies learned the motorcycle was reported as stolen from the Oregon State University campus.

Metro’s youth ranger program focuses on science and nature (Gresham Outlook)

Whit Bouton believes to be interested in something — whatever it may be — you have to really know about it. When he met with Metro regional government leaders to discuss a youth program partnership with Oregon State University extension, his belief was a driving force in what became the Blue Lake Young Rangers Program.

OSU session highlights tools sized for Oregon’s small farms (Capital Press)

A Sept. 22 workshop at Oregon State University in Corvallis highlights tools specifically developed or revised for small-scale farms. The tools range from battery-powered tillers — with solar recharging panels — to hand carts with adjustable wheelbases that can expand or retract to match the width of crop rows.

Nationwide teacher shortage not affecting Central Oregon (Bend Bulletin)

OSU-Cascades reports a growing number of applicants for its teacher program. Of the 38 teachers it graduated in June, nearly all are employed, mostly in Central Oregon, said Carolyn Platt, a senior instructor and program lead. She said her students get plenty of classroom experience before they graduate, and she worries about districts across the country putting people in the classroom before they are ready.

The fast and the curious (Daily Astorian)

“The mission of our lab is to give children with disabilities the opportunities to be troublemakers like their peers,” said Sam Logan, an associate professor at Oregon State University’s College of Public Health and Human Sciences. He traveled Friday to Astoria, hoping to create another community hub for Go Baby Go.

Appeals court rules Oregon State University fraternity can be held liable for rape (Daily Journal)

The Oregon Court of Appeals has ruled that an Oregon State University fraternity can be held liable for failing to shield a rape victim from harm.

Data visualizations: 11 ways to bring analytics to life (Information Week)

“People want graphics that can do cognitive heavy lifting for them and help them explore their ideas. They want to dig into the data in a way that lets them test their own hypotheses and think about their own data biases when they encounter a dataset,” said Daniel Faltesek, an assistant professor of social media at Oregon State University, in an interview. “They don’t want people to tell them what to think about the dataset. They want to play with it and understand it themselves.”

Bull riding at the Butte County Fair (Gridley Herald)

Jordan Jodan of Portland, Ore. was patiently waiting his turn as the grandstands began to fill up. On summer vacation from Oregon State University, where he will be a senior majoring in agricultural business this fall, Jodan has been having fun traveling the state as an intern for Flying U Rodeo, the Marysville-based company that put on the bull riding event last Friday night.

Canning not only method to preserve tomatoes (Statesman Journal)

Here is a safe method for drying tomatoes from the Oregon State University Extension Master Food Preservers. Select ripe tomatoes of good color. Paste or plum varieties such as Roma, Oroma or Saucy are the meatiest, but all types can be roasted.

Tuesday

NEW! Advantage Accelerator Seminar Sept 8: The OSU Advantage Accelerator is putting on a free seminar with speaker Caroline Cummings, Oregon RAIN’s Venture Catalyst, on Sept. 8 from 4-5:30 p.m., at 200 SW Fourth St., Suite 201. The topic is “One-Pagers and Representing Your Company.” For further information visit: http://calendar.oregonstate.edu/event/108321/

Advantage Accelerator cohosts WiN Pubtalk Sept 8: The OSU Advantage Accelerator partners with the Willamette Innovators Network to put on a Public Talk at Sunnyside Café Sept. 8 from 6-8 p.m., $5 admission. It’s a time to catch up, network, and meet new friends! For further information visit https://www.willametteinnovators.com/event/september-pub-talk/

Wednesday

The Developing Role of Unmanned Technologies in NOAA’s National Marine Sanctuaries: Commander Matthew Pickett, NOAA (Ret) will give an overview of unmanned technologies used to monitor and study marine and coastal environments. Join us Sept. 9 from 11 a.m. to noon in Rogers 226. Sponsored by Advantage Partnerships.

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

Diet and Optimum Health Conference:  The Linus Pauling Institute invites you to attend the eighth biennial conference on “Diet and Optimum Health” to be held Sept. 9-12, at the CH2M Hill Alumni Center.  The conference will emphasize dietary and lifestyle approaches to improving human health and preventing or treating disease.  Special registration rates are available for OSU faculty ($250) and students ($125).  There will be a special session on Sept. 11, to honor George Bailey’s career in cancer research.  Questions?  Contact lpi@oregonstate.edu.

Thursday

Land survey law workshop: Registration is open now for the Oregon Land Survey Law Workshop, Sept. 10-11, hosted by the School of Civil and Construction Engineering. The workshop explains the basic Oregon land surveying statutes and common law decisions, and introduces the surveyor to the legal portion of the profession. The workshop is a helpful way to prepare for the Oregon four-hour session of the Principles and Practice of Surveying (PS) exam.  Cost is $310 per person. For more information, visit http://cce.oregonstate.edu/geomatics-workshops

Saturday

Pickle-making class: OSU Extension Service Master Food Preservers will be offering a pickle making class including fermentation principles on Saturday, Sept. 12 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.  Students will learn how to make pickles and relish and will take home six jars of a variety of pickles plus some sauerkraut to ferment at home. Cost is $40 plus a lab fee of $20 to cover cost of ingredients and jars. Community of Christ Church 1485 Gilham Street in Eugene.  Online registration at:

http://extension.oregonstate.edu/lane/announcements/food-preservation-baking-classes Call 541-344-5859 with questions

Upcoming Events

NEW! Time is Running Out – Register Now for OSU’s Craft Brewery Startup Workshop in Bend, Sept. 21-24:  This course is helping entrepreneurs across the Pacific Northwest and beyond launch their own amazing beer brands. Gain insights from Ninkasi Brewing Company and other experts! Learn more.

NEW! E-Learning Instructional Design Certificate: Five online short courses designed to equip educators with the principles and technical skills to design effective and engaging e-learning strategy. Learn more.

NEW! Sustainable Landscaping Online Course Registration Ends Sept. 24.  Learn about new, creative approaches to manage yards, gardens and shared outdoor spaces with far less maintenance. Learn more.

State of the Industry Brewers’ Dinner: OSUAA has partnered with Corvallis Beer Week for an informative, entertaining and charitable event. Our State of the Industry Brewers’ Dinner will feature five locally-owned breweries that are operated by OSU alumni and OSU Food Science & Technology brewing students. Sept. 13,  5 – 8 p.m.

Lindsay Phoenix retirement: Please join us as the Business and Engineering Business Center celebrates our friend and colleague Lindsay Phoenix’s retirement, following almost 18 years of service to OSU. A reception to honor Lindsay is planned for Friday, Sept. 18, 3-5 p.m., in the Kelley Engineering Atrium. Cake and drinks will be served.

Dads & Family Weekend: Mark your calendars for Dads & Family Weekend Nov. 6-8. The Memorial Union Program Council is working on the schedule for the printed and online Dads & Family Weekend program and needs any events or activities you want to be included in the program.  Again, please be sure to send your event/activity names, times and locations, to stacey.wai@oregonstate.edu by Sept. 28.

Lectures and Webinars

NEW! Environmental Health Science Colloquium: This month we have two speakers on Thursday Sept. 17 from noon-12:30 p.m. in Hallie Ford Center 115. Presentations include Gloria Garcia “Discovery of a Conserved Long Noncoding RNA Upregulated in Response to the Xenobiotic Activation of the Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor” and Paroma Chatterjee “Truncated Forms of Otoferlin Rescue Loss of Otoferlin Phenotype in Zebrafish”.  Series information:  http://bit.ly/1Jkyti0

NEW! Online and/or onsite HR certification test prep begins Sept. 20: Developing HR skills is invaluable – no matter what business you’re in. Earn the new standard in HR certification with the Society for Human Resource Management and OSU’s Professional and Continuing Education. We’re excited to partner with Dennis Carr to prepare Oregon HR pros for their SHRM exams! Register now at pace.oregonstate.edu/SHRM

NEW! Civil engineering historian: The School of Civil and Construction Engineering is pleased to host veteran builder and award-winning civil engineering historian Raymond “Paul” Giroux  for a lecture about renowned infrastructure projects on Monday, Oct. 5. The presentation, “Great Builders,” is the first lecture of the newly launched OSU CCE Distinguished Lecture Series, presented by Kiewit. The event will begin at 4 p.m. with a reception to follow at 5 p.m. Seating is limited and registration is required for this free event. Register at http://cce.oregonstate.edu/dls

NEW! Workshop for NSF GRFP ApplicantsThe Graduate School is offering an intensive workshop to help OSU students prepare competitive applications for the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) award. The workshop will be conducted in two sessions – Session 1 on Tuesday, Oct. 6, and Session 2 on Thursday, Oct. 8. Both sessions will be from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Both sessions will be in the Linus Pauling Science Center Auditorium (LPSC 125). Seating is limited, Click here to register. More information can be found on the Graduate School website under upcoming events.

Small-Scale Equipment Field Day: The OSU Extension Small Farms Program is hosting a Small-Scale Equipment Field Day on Sept. 22 from noon to 6 p.m. at the Oak Creek Center for Urban Horticulture (844 SW 35th St. Corvallis, OR). Finding the right tools and scale-appropriate equipment can be challenging for small farmers. The registration fee is $25/person. For more information and registration visit http://smallfarms.oregonstate.edu/smallequip or call OSU Extension office in Benton County at 541-766-3556.

News for Employees

NEW! OSU Today fall schedule: OSU Today will return to a daily schedule beginning Monday, Sept. 14. As a reminder, submission guidelines can be found here: http://oregonstate.edu/osutoday/?p=6898

NEW! The University Honors College is moving: The University Honors College is moving to the new Learning Innovation Center (LInC, room 450) on Tuesday, Sept. 8. UHC offices will be closed Tuesday and Wednesday. The LiNC is located across a new plaza from Austin Hall.

NEW! Academic Technology and Center for Teaching and Learning Move and Staff Availability: Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) and Academic Technology, which includes:  Technology Across the Curriculum, Media Services (Production), and Classroom Technology Support, will be moving from our long-time residence in Kidder and Waldo Hall to the new classroom building, LInC (Learning Innovation Center), located behind Austin Hall.  The move is scheduled during the week of Sept. 8-11 with some disruption of service expected. Phones may be unavailable at times during the week, but we will be checking and responding to email as we can.  Academic Technology’s main contact email is Media.services.scheduling@oregonstate.edu.  CTL’s email is CTL@oregonstate.edu.  We apologize in advance for the delay in our response time during the move, and thank everyone for their patience during this transition.

NEW! Leadership development: Announcing a new leadership development opportunity! Applications are being accepted through Sept. 21 for the Leadership Collaborative I-Emergence program.  In this 5-session program, participants will develop capacity as Emergent Leaders capable of transforming the OSU Vision from an idea into reality. For details and application materials, visit website http://hr.oregonstate.edu/lci-emergence.

NEW! Fall 2015 On-campus Housing Move-In:  This coming Fall 2015 move-in for the residence halls will take place on Sunday Sept. 20. Much of campus will experience some impact including limited parking, street closures, and other delays. A taskforce is meeting to evaluate these impacts and help reduce disruption to campus activities at those times. We appreciate your support as we prepare to welcome our new students to OSU.  To see the move-in schedule please visit: http://oregonstate.edu/uhds/move-in-guide.  If you have questions please contact Brian.Stroup@oregonstate.edu

NEW! Employees attending other institutions: Staff Fee Privilege (Tuition Discount): Deadline is Sept. 22  to submit the application for employees attending other former OUS Universities during Fall 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

NEW! Move-In: Fall 2015 Move-in Day is Sunday, Sept. 20. More information about how to sign up to volunteer is provided below. The deadline to sign up to volunteer is Sept. 14. Volunteering as an individual Fill out this form: http://oregonstate.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_bmBmE3jpJP4ypP7. Volunteering as a group or organization – Fill out the following form: http://oregonstate.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_3Qo0RqoTz9gcUjr.

NEW! Recreational Sports – Fall Sales & We’re Open: Recreational Sports has reopened after the annual Summer Shutdown. Memberships, lockers and program registration are now available for purchase. Consider purchasing/renewing your annual, 9-month or term membership (payroll deduction available), purchasing/renewing your locker, enrolling in fall programs like Dam Fit and purchasing a Fit Pass. Visit Recreational Sports’ website for detailed information or contact Ali Duerfeldt, Membership Coordinator, with questions. Note: Recreational Sports facilities will open at noon Monday – Wednesday, Sept. 14-16, to accommodate for training our 400+ student employees! Thanks for your understanding.

Faculty Staff Fitness Fall Registration: Opens Sept. 1. View our Fall Class Schedule and class descriptions online. To register, you can do so through our online registration or by coming to our office in 123 Langton Hall. Our office hours are 9 a.m.-.5 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Friday (closed for lunch 1-1:30 p.m.).

NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program: The 2016 Program Solicitation for the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program (NSF GRFP) is now available online. Students interested in graduate studies in 2016 are encouraged to visit the NSF GRFP link below to learn about the program benefits, eligibility criteria, and application requirements. If you have any questions about your eligibility for the program, please contact the NSF GRFP representatives listed in the Program Solicitation. Applications to the program are due Oct. 26-30, depending on the field of study.

Request for proposals: The OSU Venture Development Fund is pleased to announce on Aug. 21, a Request for Proposals. OSU seeks to facilitate the further development of OSU innovations and commercialization. The purpose of this RFP is to encourage proposal submission and present proposal requirements and evaluation criteria. This is a competitive process open to OSU faculty eligible for principal investigator (PI) status and current Advantage Accelerator clients. Students who wish to apply for a grant must identify an OSU faculty member who will serve as the PI for the student proposal. The deadline for submitting a proposal is to jianbo.hu@oregonstate.edu no later than 5 p.m, Sept. 25 To participate, please follow the link provided here: http://advantage.oregonstate.edu/faculty/funding/opportunities

Family Members attending other institutions: Staff Fee Privilege (Tuition Discount): Deadline is Sept. 10 to submit the application for family members attending other OUS institutions during Fall 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

Traffic and maintenance

Milam Hall: As part of the Milam Hall Generator Enclosure Project, the landscaped area in the SE corner and along the south side of Milam Hall will be closed beginning Aug. 31,  through Oct. 15.  Also, a portion of the East-West walk along the north edge of the MU Quad will be closed during construction.  The south entrance may need to be closed at times. There will be some noise and dust during construction – excavation, conduit boring, construction vehicles.

Graf Hall: As part of the Graf Hall Remodel Project, a section of the parking lot will be closed starting July 13- Oct. 10. (View Map).

Jobs

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

Coordinator – Outreach Program – The Yamhill County Extension office Outreach and Engagement program invites applications for a full-time (1.00 FTE), fixed term, Outreach Program Coordinator position. Posting #0015756. Closes Sept. 7.

Education Program Assistant 1 – The Union County Extension office invites applications for a part-time (.50 FTE), limited duration, Education Program Assistant 1 position. Posting #0015808. Closes Sept. 8.

MPH Graduate Program Manager/Assistant to the Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Programs – College of Public Health and Human Sciences invites applications for a part-time (0.75 FTE), 12-month, Coordinator-Program Admin position. Posting #0015778. Closes Sept. 8.

Education Program Assistant 1 – The Deschutes County Extension office Family and Community Health program invites applications for a part-time (.40 FTE), limited-duration, Education Program Assistant 1 position. Posting #0015762. Closes Sept. 8.

Veterinary Technician. The Lois Bates Acheson Veterinary Teaching Hospital seeks a full-time Certified Veterinary Technician for employment in our Large Animal Hospital. Posting #0015715. Closes Sept. 8.

Transportation Options Coordinator – The Transportation Services department invites applications for a full-time, 12-month, Transportation Options Coordinator (PIR 1) to oversee transportation options programs that seek to reduce single-occupancy vehicle trips associated with OSU.  Posting #0015719. Closes Sept. 9.

General English Program Manager (Internal) – INTO OSU invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, General English Program Manager position. Posting #0015803. Closes Sept. 9.  This is an internal employment opportunity.

Office Specialist 1 – The Tillamook County Extension Office invites applications for a part-time (.62 FTE), Office Specialist 1 position. Posting #0015577. Closes Sept 9.

Education Program Assistant 1 – The Union County Extension office invites applications for a part-time (.50 FTE), limited duration, Education Program Assistant 1 position. Posting #0015808. Closes Sept. 10.

Information Technology Manager – The Enrollment Management department invites applications for a full time (1.00 FTE), 12 month, Information Technology Manager position. Posting #0015677. Closes Sept. 11.

The School of Civil and Construction Engineering (CCE) invites applications for a full time (1.0 FTE), 12 month, fixed-term, Assistant to School Head position.  For more information please see posting #0015826.  Applications will be accepted through Sept. 14.

Purchasing Analyst 1 – This recruitment will be used to fill one full-time Purchasing Analyst 1 position for Procurement, Contracts and Materials Management, a unit within Business Affairs. Posting #0015689. Closes Sept. 14.

HR Business Analyst – The Office of Human Resources invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, fixed term HR Business Analyst. Posting # 0015658.  Closes Sept. 14. 

Assessment Coordinator: College of Engineering invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE) Assessment Coordinator. Posting #0015813. For full consideration apply by Sept. 15.

Education Program Assistant1 – The Douglas County Extension Office SNAP-Ed program invites applications for a part-time (.10 FTE),limited duration, Education Program Assistant 1 position. Posting #0015869. Closes Sept. 16.

INTO OSU is currently recruiting for an Analyst Programmer, this position working on projects that will support the functional needs of departments and staff within INTO OSU as well as external customers. The successful candidate must be able to work independently, think creatively to solve problems, and communicate with internal and external stakeholders. For more information or to apply please follow the link: https://home2.eease.adp.com/recruit/?id=18802062 Apply by Sept. 20.

Coordinator – Outreach Program – The Yamhill County Extension office Outreach and Engagement program invites applications for a full-time (1.00 FTE), fixed term, Outreach Program Coordinator position. Posting #0015756. Closes Sept. 21.

Human Resources Consultant 1 – The Forestry, Oceanic and Atmospheric Business Center (FOBC) invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, Human Resources Consultant 1 position.  Posting #0015764. Closes Sept. 21.

Analyst Programmer – OSU Libraries and Press (OSULP) seeks a creative, curious and collaborative fulltime Analyst Programmer (competency level 3) to join our motivated team of developers and staff as they re-envision strategic core applications such as the institutional repository and digital collections platforms. Posting #0015794. Closes Sept. 23.

The Oregon Sea Grant Department is seeking a Fiscal Officer. This is a full-time (1.00 FTE), 12-month, fixed term professional faculty position. Reappointment is at the discretion of the Director. Posting #0015809. Closes Sept. 24.

The College of Veterinary Medicine’s Veterinary Teaching Hospital will begin review of applications in the University’s Veterinary Technician 2 pool on Sept. 25  Interested parties should apply to posting #0015391 no later than midnight on Sept. 25.  Applicants must be Certified Veterinary Technicians to be considered.

Assistant Professor (Practice) Oregon State University Extension Services invites applications for a full-time (1.00 FTE), fixed term, Assistant Professor (Practice) in the College of Agricultural Sciences, Department of Animal  & Rangeland  Sciences. Posting #0015791. Closes Sept. 27.

The Oregon Sea Grant Department is seeking a Boater Outreach Coordinator.  This is a full-time (1.00 FTE), 12-month, fixed term, grant funded, professional faculty position. This position is supervised by the OSG Extension Leader. Reappointment is at the discretion of the Oregon Sea Grant Director. Posting# 0015799. Closes Sept. 28.

Department Head, Fisheries and Wildlife – College of Agricultural Sciences invites applications for a tenured administrator position as Department Head, Fisheries and Wildlife.  Appointment includes indefinite tenure on a 9-month basis at 1.00 FTE at the rank of associate or full professor within Fisheries and Wildlife.  Posting #0014684. Closes Sept. 30.

Administrative Support Coordinator – The Office of the Provost and Executive Vice President invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, fixed term, Administrative Support Coordinator position. Posting # 0015857. Closes for full consideration Oct. 5.

Director – The Food Innovation Center invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE) 12 month, fixed-term position as Director.  Posting #0015613.  Closes Dec. 1, with a full consideration closing date of Oct. 15.  This position is located in Portland, OR.

Assistant Professor (Practice) – The Animal and Range Science Extension Field Faculty department serving the Columbia Plateau Region invites applications for a full-time (1.00 FTE), fixed-term, Assistant Professor (Practice). Posting #0015774. Closes Oct. 30.

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.

Oregon State University is seeking two Postdoctoral Scholars to work with a transdisciplinary team focused on improving postsecondary STEM education through various curricular and instructional reforms leading to organizational change. The positions are funded by NSF grants from the WIDER, PRIME, and FIRE programs. To read more about the positions, their requirements, benefits, and how to apply, please see http://stem.oregonstate.edu/ad-transdisciplinary-postdocs.

Finance Director – The OSU Alumni Association invites applications for a Finance Director. View position description at www.osualum.com/jobs. Apply with a cover letter and resume to osualum.com@oregonstate.edu . Open until filled.

Weather

Corvallis: We may feel like fall is finally here, but sunny skies and temperatures reaching 90 by Thursday could dissuade us of that idea. Highs in the mid 80s most of the week, lows in the lower 50s. Sunshine all week.

Central Oregon: Sunny skies all week with highs in the mid to upper 80s and lows in the 40s to 50s.

Newport: Sunny most of the week with highs in the 60s to lower 70s and lows in the 50s.

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

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