Update: Fire recovery progress
Facilities Services and Information Services crews worked overnight to continue to bring repaired systems back online and restore services to Oregon State University’s Corvallis campus following a campus electrical fire last week. As of this morning, Plageman Student Health Center, Gilbert Hall and Gilbert Addition had data services restored. Weniger is partially restored with a wireless link but the fifth floor is still without service. Milam and the Black Cultural Center are still without network connectivity. There was a brief and unrelated power outage on campus last night that lasted about two hours. Backup systems worked as designed and there were no service disruptions reported. Normal utility power has been restored.
Motjama Al-Zabidi, a college student who moved from Yemen to Corvallis three years ago to begin studies at Oregon State University and Linn-Benton Community College, skipped work on Tuesday night to attend the vigil. Asked what was most surprising about the event, he said, “The people. I was so surprised because I thought because of the rain people wouldn’t show up.” (See also KGW, San Diego Tribune, Huffington Post, KATU, KOIN, KEZI)
The Morrison Bridge will be bright orange through December 5, as part of Civil War Week. The Oregon State University Foundation and Alumni Association’s Portland Office has sponsored the change, as a show of support for the Beavers in the long-standing Oregon rivalry.
At just over 400 pages, the first legislatively mandated report from the Oregon Climate Change Research Institute attempts to spell out the likely regional effects of projected warmer temperatures and sea level increases, exacerbated by expected population growth. It drew on contributions from 70 university and government researchers throughout the Northwest. (See also OPB)
Searching for solutions (Gazette-Times)
Courtney Holley, 22, a third-year student majoring in ecological engineering at Oregon State University visited Gondar, Ethiopia this summer and is working to find solutions.
Written by some 70 authors from universities, state and federal agencies and other groups, the report was produced by the Oregon Climate Change Research Institute, an Oregon University System entity housed at Oregon State University.
50 years of toxicology at OSU (LIFE@OSU)
For 50 years, Toxicology has been the primary scientific focus of many researchers, instructors and students on campus, even though the Department of Environmental and Molecular Toxicology has been in existence at OSU for less than two decades.
Bong hits for Jesus – the full and final story (First Amendment Center)
James C. Foster has written a valuable addition to the literature of free speech in America. I refer to his just-published Bong Hits 4 Jesus: A Perfect Constitutional Storm in Alaska’s Capital. In this well-written, thoroughly researched, evenly balanced and thoughtful book, Foster (a political science professor from Oregon State University, Cascades) has offered what is likely to be the definitive book on Morse, et al. v. Frederick (2007)
Estacada origins still inspire Oregon author (Estacada News)
Former Estacada resident Robin Cody reads from his book, “Another Way the River Has,” published by Oregon State University Press, at a recent Gresham Book Club meeting.
Company wins family business award (News-Times)
More than 170 companies have received the Excellence in Family Business Award from Oregon State University’s Austin Family Business Program since its inception in 1988.
The search committee for Associate Provost for International Programs invites students, staff and faculty of the OSU community to a forum for finalist Sunil Khanna at 9:45 to 11 a.m., MU Journey Room
Stress-Free Zone: Today from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. in MU Room 109. Come take a break from studying to gain healthy, relaxing habits for success on upcoming finals! We will have prizes, yoga, de-stressing activities, food, massages, and more. Presented by SHS Health Promotion Department.
Coffee & Tea from Around the World, noon to 1 p.m. At the OSU Women’s Center. This week features Simone Fobi, a business and environmental engineering student from Cameroon who is conversant in multiple languages and knowledge about West Africa cuisine, culture, society, and dance. Come and sip a cup with us! It is open to the community, and participants are welcome to use our stocked kitchen facilities if they’d like to bring lunch.
Relaxation: Stress Less in No Time! 5 to 7 p.m. at the Women’s Center. Are you stressed about finals? Come to the OSU Women’s Center for a guided meditation and relaxation techniques. You can even make yourself a relaxation kit! You can be stressing less in no time!
The OSUsed Store is open for its monthly evening public sale from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at 644 SW 13th St., Corvallis. This week’s special is desks and TVs – all of which are 50 percent off during public sale hours. We have many other items for personal or departmental use – furniture (file cabinets, tables, chairs, bookcases, etc), vehicles, sporting goods, household items, bicycles and much more. Staff are welcome to shop for their departments on weekdays at 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. with the exception of Wednesday mornings, 8 a.m. to noon, whereas personal purchases may only be made during public sale hours. For more information, please visit http://surplus.oregonstate.edu
World AIDS Day International Student Panel, 5:30 to 7 p.m., Valley Library Willamette Conference Room East and West. Come join the Women’s Center as they partner with ISOSU and the International Cultural Service Program to bring you the first event in the International Women’s Awareness Speakers Series. The event features presentations from a panel of international student presenters as they discuss topics that affect women’s health and social justice globally. Speakers including students from Africa, South America, India and China, will be focusing on AIDS/HIV awareness issues.
Free MUVIES takes place Tuesday-Thursday, 5:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. in the MU Trysting Tree Lounge. This week’s featured film is Eat Pray Love, starring Julia Roberts and Javier Bardem.
NEW! A Rally for Peace in the MU Quad will be held Thursday, Dec. 2, at noon in the Quad. Sponsored by ISOSU, Muslim Students Association, Saudi Arabian Students Association, and ASOSU.
NEW! Polly Jeneva, the longest tenured advisor at Oregon State University, is retiring at the end of this year. A reception in Jeneva’s honor will be held from 3 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 8 in the Memorial Union Journey Room. Jeneva has been at OSU since 1985 and with the College of Liberal Arts since 1993. She was appointed head advisor of CLA in 1997. She has been the recipient of the Hovland Service Award and the OSU Academic Advising Award. She served the OSU community in other capacities as well, including serving as usher for the OSU symphony. Jeneva’s career at OSU gave her the opportunity to travel internationally, as well as to attend many professional advising conferences over the years. In honor of Jeneva’s years of service to OSU, a memorial scholarship which honors Jeneva’s mother, the Genevieve A. Pershke Scholarship Fund, has been set up through the OSU Foundation.
NEW! “Enchanted Evening with Michael Allen Harrison,” concert hosted by the OSU Alumni Association on Thursday, Dec. 9. Social/Heavy appetizers begin at 6 p.m., concert begins at 7 p.m. Along with pianist Harrison will be violinist Aaron Meyer, and vocals by Julianne Johnson. Tickets: OSU Alumni Assoc. members – $50, non-members – $55. Call the OSU Alumni Association at 541-737-7844, or register online at osualum.com (click on events) by Dec. 5.
Peace Corps Application Workshop: How to be Competitive. Takes place Dec. 2, from noon to 1 p.m., in Career Services, B008 Kerr. Come and learn about the application process and get some tips on how to stand out.
Carol Kochan, candidate for the Collections and Resource Sharing Department head position in the OSU Libraries, will discuss the economic, cultural and practical challenges of building library collections and providing timely access to information resources needed for learning, teaching and research. This will take place at 9 am December 2 in Autzen Classroom, the Valley Library with a reception following.
The 30th Annual Holiday Marketplace takes place Dec. 3 -4, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. in the Memorial Union Ballroom. The event features handcrafted items, fine art and specialty foods made by Oregon artisans. Live Entertainment. The event is free and open to the public.
Intermediate and advanced choral conducting students from Oregon State University’s Department of Music will give their public recital at a special Music à la Carte on Friday, Dec. 3, in the First United Methodist Church, 1165 NW Monroe St., Corvallis. The free, public concert begins at noon. The students, in rotation as conductors, will lead the University Chorale in a seasonal concert that will finish out the term for the lunch hour concert series. Also on the program will be the Corvallis Community Choir, conducted by OSU music alumnus Shayne Flock. Please note the venue change to First United Methodist Church, just for this concert. The regular Music a la Carte concert series will resume for winter term on Jan. 14, with OSU Outspoken, the men’s a cappella group, performing at noon in the Memorial Union Lounge. For more information: http://oregonstate.edu/cla/music/chorus
Finding Balance Through Yoga Dec. 3, 4 to 6 p.m, at the Women’s Center. Introductory yoga class focused on finding balance in your hectic and stressful daily routine.
Spa Night, Dec. 3, 6 to 8 p.m., at the Women’s Center. Pamper yourself at the end of dead week. Free massages, manicures, pedicures, face masks, and chocolate. Feel free to bring your own beauty supplies if you have them. As always, all genders are welcome to participate.
The Children’s Holiday Party takes place Dec. 5 from noon to 3 p.m. in the Memorial Union. Register online at http://mu.oregonstate.edu/mupc/childrens-party-2010.
OSU Music and the Corvallis-OSU Symphony Orchestra invite you to celebrate the season with a popular campus tradition: the annual holiday concert on Sunday, Dec. 5 at 7 p.m. at the LaSells Stewart Center. This showcase of talent from the OSU music program features faculty soloists, chamber ensembles, and three choirs, highlighted with a performance of Otto Nicolai’s Mass in D Major, featuring the OSU Chamber Choir with Steven Zielke conducting and faculty soloists Janet Hackett, soprano; Nicola Nine-Zielke, mezzo-soprano; Nicholas Larson, tenor and Richard Poppino, baritone. The concert will culminate in an audience sing along of holiday carols and the Hallelujah Chorus from Handel’s “Messiah.” Advance tickets are on sale now at http://ticketsoregon.com . For more information go to http://cosusymphony.org .
The Search Committee for a Director of the Laboratory Animal Resource Center (LARC)/Campus Attending Veterinarian has invited two candidates to the campus to interview. Dr. James Wilkerson will interview on Dec. 6-7. Dr. Wilkerson is the Acting Director of the Laboratory Animal Resource Center at the University of California, San Francisco. Dr. Barton Weick will interview on Dec. 9-10. Dr. Weick is the Animal Program Director for the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research at the National Institutes of Health. The campus research community can meet the candidates at Open Forums to be held on Dec. 6 and Dec. 9 from 10:45 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. at the Powell Leadership Center/Journey (Memorial Union first floor).
Larry Roper will be presenting a book review of “The Blind Side: Evolution of a Game” by Michael Lewis at noon, Dec. 8, at the Corvallis Library, as part of the Random Reviews series.
An ODOT Project Update on projects related to downtown Corvallis and Peoria Road will take place Dec. 9, noon to 1 p.m. in the Memorial Union, room 109. The projects include one designed to improve safety at the Peoria Road intersection on Hwy. 34, a south bypass on Groves Lane on Hwy. 34, and a signal timing project for downtown Corvallis. There will be a short discussion and a question and answer period. For more information call 541-757-4164.
Steve LeBoeuf has worked for OSU in the Environmental Health & Safety department for twenty years. He’s leaving us at the end of the year. Please join his friends and colleagues from Facilities Services, Environmental Health and Safety for light refreshments as we wish Steve good luck on his new endeavors. The reception takes place Dec. 10 from 2 to 4 p.m. in MU 212.
News for Employees
NEW! The annual Charitable Fund Drive is one way in which OSU employees can make a measurable difference in the communities we live. Last year, 247 OSU employees donated $126,700 – an 8 percent increase over the previous year. To date, 55 OSU employees have donated a total of $34,408. Meanwhile, UO has had 573 employees who have donated $188,091 so far. You can help improve our numbers by going to http://oregonstate.edu/charitablefunddrive/ or by sending your personalized form to 2010 CFD, 100 LaSells Stewart Center. Donate to a cause that’s nearest to your heart – you have so many to choose from. You have until Jan. 31, 2011.
NEW! Winter term RecSports memberships are now available for purchase – for you and/or your affiliate. Get a jump on the New Year’s Resolution crowd and ensure your access now through Winter Break to April 1, 2011. Questions? Contact the Recreation Services desk at 541-737-3736.
Because there is nothing civil about hunger, fans of OSU and UO now have a way to show their support that directly benefits local food banks. To participate in this texting battle, participants can text to 20222 to make a donation for hunger relief. Typing the message “GoDucks5″ or “GoBeavs5″ will allow you to donate $5. To donate $10 type “GoDucks10″ or “GoBeavs10.” The Civil War Food Battle takes place through Dec. 4. Proceeds will benefit Linn Benton Food Share, Food For Lane County and the other Regional Food Banks of the Oregon Food Bank Network. Donations will be added to your cell phone bill or deducted from prepaid balances.
The 4-H Wildlife Stewards Program will be holding an instructor training on Saturday, Dec. 4. This class will explore outdoor youth education opportunities focusing on the specific habitat, Doug-fir Forest and Soils. New Wildlife Stewards should come at 8 a.m. for a brief orientation; all other educators should arrive at 10, and training will end at 3:30 p.m. This training is meant to be beneficial to classroom and informal educators; classroom teachers, informal teachers (after school programs, scouts, etc.), 4-H Wildlife Stewards, natural resource agency educators, and others that work with youth. This workshop will be held at the Beazell Forest Education Center on Kings Valley Hwy. Class size is limited to 20 participants; there is no cost but you must pre-register at http://ww.cof.orst.edu/onrep. For questions, please contact the OSU Extension Service of Benton County at 541-766-6750 or visit our website at http://bit.ly/c4LJ6x
The 2011 MLK. Jr. planning committee for this year’s Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration (Jan. 10-19, 2011) welcomes your nominations for the Phyllis S. Lee Award and the Frances Dancy Hooks Award. The Frances Dancy Hooks Award recognizes students, staff or faculty who exemplify Frances Dancy Hooks’ work: building bridges across cultures, showing courage in promoting diversity, and proudly “Walks the Talk.” The Phyllis S. Lee Award honors a member of the OSU community who exemplifies Dr. Lee’s commitment and dedication to social justice and the teachings of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The awards will be presented at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Peace Breakfast on Jan. 17, 2011. Nominations must be submitted by Friday, Dec. 3. For more information see http://oregonstate.edu/affact/phyllis-s-lee-award and http://oregonstate.edu/ua/ncs/sites/default/files/osu-today/hooks.pdf
Power OSU to victory over the Ducks in the 2nd Energy Civil War! In the week leading up to the Civil War football game (now through Dec. 3), get on one of the 12 specially marked Precor elliptical machines and get moving! These machines convert your hard work into electricity that is fed onto the grid. Whichever campus generates the most energy during the 5 day event wins! Pledge to workout at a specific time on the Facebook site (http://www.facebook.com/#!/event.php?eid=171185629559294) and be entered into a drawing for a prize. Great prizes from local restaurants and athletic stores will also be handed out at random to people exercising during the event. Your help is especially needed from 8 to 11 a.m., 1 to 4 p.m. and after 9 p.m.. Let’s overpower the Ducks from Monday through Saturday! For more information, please contact Lauren Jespersen, Student Sustainability Initiative Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Research Office is now accepting applications for the Faculty Release Time (FRT) 2010-11 release for Spring term 2011. Applications are due in the Research Office by Monday, Dec.6. The complete program description, application materials and proposal criteria may be accessed on the Research Office website: http://oregonstate.edu/research/incentive/frt.htm If you have any questions, please contact Debbie Delmore at 541-737-8390 or email@example.com
The Graduate School is pleased to announce a request for proposals under the 2011-12 University Graduate Laurels Block Grant Program. The UGLBG enables graduate programs to compete for and manage Laurels Graduate Scholarships in conjunction with other graduate student financial support resources. The deadline is Dec. 15. For complete information see: University Graduate Laurels Block Grant Program
The Horticulture Club is selling poinsettias on Nov. 29-Dec. 3 as a fundraiser for the club. The plants are $14 each and come in red, white or ‘shimmer surprise.’ They are available from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m, at the OSU greenhouses on Monday and Tuesday, at Kelley Engineering on Wednesday and in the lobby of Kerr Admin on Thursday and Friday.
Looking for tools to help you become a better supervisor or manager? Join us for the upcoming OSU Core Curriculum Program for Supervisors and Managers facilitated by Training and Organizational Effectiveness. Understand your responsibilities as a supervisor, and develop your skills in areas such as performance management, employee and labor relations, ethical foundations for public employees, workers’ compensation and more. The classroom program is scheduled for Jan. 31 through Feb. 2, 2011 (three full days) with prerequisite online programs available by Dec. 1. Prerequisite online programs will provide a basic foundation for topics that will be further explored in the classroom. Register today. (No cost to OSU employees)
The Graduate School is pleased to announce new centrally administered fellowship and scholarship opportunities to recruit outstanding doctoral students for graduate study at OSU. Although the target population is newly admitted doctoral students, newly admitted master’s students will be considered in research/creative degree programs where a Ph.D. degree does not exist. Program Directors or Department Heads/Chairs are invited to submit up to two nominations per graduate major to the 2010-11 Provost’s Distinguished Graduate Fellowship Program and no more than one nomination per graduate major for the 2010-11 Provost’s Distinguished Graduate Scholarship Program. Nominations may be submitted to the Graduate School at any time after Dec. 1, 2010, but must be received no later than close of business Feb.15, 2011. Details are available on the Graduate School web site under the 2010-11 Provost’s Distinguished Graduate Fellowship & Scholarship Program .
Provost Sabah Randhawa is soliciting nominations for the 2011 Distinguished Professor honor. The recognition is given to active OSU faculty members who have achieved national and/or international stature as a result of their contributions to scholarship/creative activity, research, education, and service, and whose work has been notably influential in their fields of specialization. The title will be awarded to faculty who are not only highly regarded for their previous accomplishments, but who are also expected to continue their extraordinary work. Hence, emeritus professors are not eligible. Distinguished Professors possess this title for as long as they remain at OSU. They will also receive a modest stipend. Nominations are due by Friday, Dec.3. For more information, go to http://oregonstate.edu/leadership/provost/awards
Food@OSU introduces Orange Rewards. Join the newly created Orange Rewards program and your OSU ID card will give you a 10 percent discount at all 28 campus restaurants, coffee shops, and markets. Get started by making an initial deposit of $100 on your OSU ID card Orange Rewards account.
Oregon State University’s Division of Earth Systems Science invites applications for an Assistant Professor. This is a 0.75 FTE, 12-month or 1.0 FTE, 9-month tenure-track position (at the discretion of the Department Head). Though this tenure track position will be offered at 0.75 FTE, the incumbent is authorized and encouraged to increase his/her working FTE up to 1.0 by securing other sources of funding for the additional 0.25 FTE. The Division seeks an individual to develop vigorous research, teaching, and outreach programs focused on earth systems modeling, specifically terrestrial biophysics-biogeochemistry modeling at multiple scales that incorporates spatial and in situ observations. To view posting and apply go to http://oregonstate.edu/jobs by Jan. 31, 2011. Posting #0006556
Faculty Research Assistant, Department of Forest Ecosystems and Society, Oregon State University. This is a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, fixed-term position. This position provides programming, database management, and data analysis services in support of a project that investigates trends in vegetation biomass over time in relation to field-recorded and remote sensing-detected disturbances in western forests. For review of the full position announcement, or to apply: http://oregonstate.edu/jobs, posting #0006619. For additional information on the position, contact Andrew Gray (541-750-7252 or firstname.lastname@example.org) or Vicente Monleon (541-750-7299 or email@example.com).
The Western Regional Sun Grant Center, managed by the OSU College of Agricultural Sciences, invites applications for a Director. This is a full-time (1.0 FTE) 12-month administrative position that could be hired with tenure, depending on qualifications. For detailed position description and application procedures, see posting number 0006539 at http://oregonstate.edu/jobs. Closing date is Dec. 20. OSU is an AA/EOE.
Dean of the Graduate School – The Provost and Executive Vice President seeks an outstanding academic leader from within Oregon State University to shape our strategic directions in graduate education. The Dean of the Graduate School provides leadership for and is the principal architect of the University’s graduate agenda. The Dean position requires vigorous collaboration with a wide range of constituents, including fellow Deans, OSU faculty, administrators, and others. The Dean is a member of the Provost’s Council. This is a 1.0 FTE, 12-month position. For more information and to apply, go to http://oregonstate.edu/jobs/ (posting number 0006611) – materials should be submitted by Dec. 31, 2010 to receive full consideration.
Assistant/Associate Professor – College of Education, Oregon State University, F/T, tenure-track faculty position in the Department of Adult Education and Higher Education Leadership with specific emphasis in the Community College Leadership Program. The Community College Leadership Program prepares individuals for administrative leadership roles in community and technical college settings. To review posting & apply, go to http://oregonstate.edu/jobs Posting # 0005366. Closing date: Dec. 15. OSU is an AA/EOE and has a practice of being responsive to dual-career needs.
The College of Agricultural Sciences and the OSU Extension Service invites applications (internal to OSU Employees only) for a fixed-term, limited-duration, Interim Superintendent and Staff Chair position. This is an opportunity for an existing OSU employee during the OSU Extension Service organizational transformation and the NWREC strategic planning process. OSU faculty who have a tenure/tenure-track appointment at the rank of Associate Professor or Professor are encouraged to apply; the successful applicant’s current academic position will be put on hold while working in the interim leadership position. This interim position will provide supervision of research and extension faculty at the NWREC and off-station activities in the Northern Willamette Valley and is estimated to be 50-75% of the position; the remainder will be existing program delivery. The NWREC serves the ornamental nursery, Christmas tree, small fruit and vegetable crops that comprise Oregon’s largest agricultural industries. To review posting and apply, go to http://oregonstate.edu/jobs/ Posting 0006603. Closing date: Dec. 8. OSU is an AA/EOE.
The USGS – Oregon Cooperative Fish & Wildlife Research Unit, housed within the OSU Department of Fisheries & Wildlife, invites applications for a Research Wildlife Biologist/Assistant Unit Leader position. This is a GS-12, full-time, permanent position with advancement potential to GS-15. For more detail and application instructions, go to: www.usajobs.gov, Announcement #ATL-2011-0071. Closing date is Dec. 30.
Accountant II, Forestry, Oceanic and Atmospheric Business Center (FOBC), Oregon State University, 12-month, full-time position. To review posting and apply, go to http://oregonstate.edu/jobs Posting #0006600. Closing date Dec. 2. OSU is an AA/EOE.
The Department of Wood Science & Engineering, seeks applicants for a part-time, .75 FTE, 12-month tenure-track, research and teaching faculty position that will advance the efficient use of renewable plant-based materials for engineering applications, buildings and/or consumer products and similar end-uses. To see the full position announcement or to apply, see http://oregonstate.edu/jobs, posting #0006461. For full consideration applications must be received by Jan. 10, 2011.
The Academic Success Center invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, fixed-term Academic Advisor position. To apply and for more details and application instructions, go to: http://oregonstate.edu/jobs, posting # 0006568. Closing date Dec 9. OSU is an AA/EOE.
The Center for Genome Research & Biocomputing invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 9-month, tenure-track, Assistant Professor position in Systems Biology. To apply and for a complete position announcement see: http://oregonstate.edu/jobs, posting #0006512. For full consideration, please apply by Jan. 15, 2011. OSU is an AA/EOE.
The College of Education seeks applicants for three full-time 9-month tenure-track teaching and research positions. Candidates will need to submit their materials online at http://oregonstate.edu/jobs/, applying to the specific posting number for each open position. A demonstrable commitment to promoting and enhancing diversity is required of all candidates. Closing date for full consideration is Dec. 31. OSU is an AA/EOE and has a policy of being responsive to dual-career needs.
Assistant or Associate Professor: An earned doctorate in elementary science education or education with elementary science focus, minimum 2 years of public-school teaching experience (K-8) required. Apply to posting #0006421.
Assistant Professor: An earned doctorate in educational leadership or a closely related field (e.g., higher education, adult education, organization and human resource development), a minimum of 2 years of teaching and advising experience at the college/university level, active research agenda focused on educational policy issues, evidence of scholarly writing, evidence of research collaborations or partnerships within and outside the university required. Apply to posting #0006420.
Assistant Professor: Minimum 2 years teaching experience in K-12 setting, university teaching experience, earned doctorate in field related to ESOL and bilingual education or ABD with doctorate imminent, research and teaching background in ESOL and bilingual education required. Apply to posting #0006419.
The College of Health and Human Sciences is building on existing strengths in the core disciplines of public health and human sciences by hiring 10 – 17 new tenure track faculty (assistant or associate professor rank, full-time, 9-month) to establish an accredited College of Public Health and Human Sciences (CPHHS). To see specific position announcements, job descriptions, and requirements, and to apply, go to:
Assistant/Associate Professors – Health Policy: https://jobs.oregonstate.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=57400
Assistant/Associate Professors – Environmental & Occupational Health/Safety: https://jobs.oregonstate.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=57402
Assistant/Associate Professors – Epidemiology: https://jobs.oregonstate.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=57416
Corvallis: Welcome to December. While rain may not be all that magical, it will be a little less rainy today than Monday, with a high of 48 and a low of 38, with showers tapering off by evening. Rain is likely through Friday, when things start clearing up.
Bend: “How did it get so late so soon? It’s night before it’s afternoon. December is here before it’s June. My goodness how the time has flewn. How did it get so late so soon?”– Dr. Seuss. For the first day of our December we will witness possible snow flurries with a high around 41 degrees and a low near 33. Before more snowfall, expect a little rain to come down in the next day or so.