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.
The H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest, an ecological research site that has been studied for decades and admired by many, is now featured in an exhibit at the World Forestry Center Discovery Museum in Portland. Open through Dec. 31, the exhibit features breathtaking photography and creative written works for visitors of all ages.
Juan Felipe Herrera, the first Mexican-American to be named the United States Poet Laureate, will be the featured speaker at Oregon State University’s 147th Commencement, Saturday, June 11 at Reser Stadium in Corvallis.
Lifelong friendships. A stress-free financial plan. A path that leads to a rewarding career. These are just a few of the ways Oregon State’s College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) propels students toward a successful future.
Paulina Nguyen, a fourth-year student in Oregon State’s Pharm.D./MBA dual-degree program, is no stranger to hard work. From graduating high school at age 16 to counseling patients and working two part-time jobs, Nguyen takes determination to the next level.
Jane Lubchenco, Oregon State’s internationally renowned marine ecologist, received the 2016 Linus Pauling Legacy Award for her work in ecology and environmental sustainability. To celebrate this prestigious award, Lubchenco will give a free public lecture — Scientists Making Waves and Bringing Hope — in Portland on April 26 at the Oregon Historical Society.
Portland investment firm Rogue Venture Partners is launching a startup fund in partnership with Oregon State University to develop new applications for technologies and commercialize research breakthroughs.