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The Oregon Hazard Explorer for Lifeline Program (O-HELP) was created by Oregon State and its partners to provide basic information on the potential risks of landslides, ground shaking and liquefaction in the event of a Cascadia subduction zone earthquake. Find out how to use this convenient online tool.

Through research and partnerships throughout the greater Portland metropolitan area, Oregon State University faculty and staff are working to improve the economic health and preserve the quality of life of the region and the state. Read more...

 

OSU News

Online map offers opportunities to explore gardens, farms and history

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Jun 14, 2016
The public can explore Oregon’s forests, farms, history, public gardens and more this summer through an online map assembled by Oregon State University. … Read full story.
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Fairbanks Gallery to host summer-long art faculty exhibit at Oregon State

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Jun 13, 2016
Oregon State University’s Fairbanks Gallery is hosting a summer-long art faculty exhibit at Fairbanks Gallery from June 14 through September 28.… Read full story.

OSU Press publishes “Ricky’s Atlas,” a sequel to its first children’s book

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Jun 13, 2016
The Oregon State University Press has published “Ricky’s Atlas: Mapping a Land on Fire,” a sequel to its first book aimed at children, written by two OSU faculty members.… Read full story.
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Study finds native Olympia oysters more resilient to ocean acidification

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Jun 10, 2016
Native Olympia oysters, which once thrived along the Pacific Northwest coast until over-harvesting and habitat loss all but wiped them out, have a built-in resistance to ocean acidification.… Read full story.

Portland Highlights

Kevin McShane, who attended Portland's Jesuit High School and Clackamas Community College, comes from a long list of family members who have attended Oregon State, including his father (Bill), mother (Laura), step-mother (Beth) and five cousins. He arrived at OSU for the 2008-2009 season as a walk-on and left as a three-year team captain. Kevin, who aspires to be a high school teacher and basketball coach, notes that "being a team captain isn't about yelling at guys or giving compliments. It's about being a leader on the court, off the court, in the locker room and trying to be the best player you can be and helping others be better players and people at the same time." Read more about other Oregon State Everyday Champions.

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