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    COSEY Camps & Programs Inspire and Engage Students

    Posted May 27th, 2011 by staff

    With the help of a grant from the Oregon Engineering and Technology Industry Council, Oregon State University’s Center for Outreach in Science and Engineering for Youth (COSEY) will provide summer camps infused with science & engineering curriculum. Local camps serving 5th -8th graders will include newly developed programming with a theme of sustainability, in an […]

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    Leslie Brings Biodiesel Awareness

    Posted September 20th, 2010 by staff

    OSU student Mikkel Leslie was featured in the Oregon Daily Journal of Commerce about her push to educate future generations about the possibilities of biodiesel as a viable sustainable fuel source. An environmental engineering undergraduate, she shared her passion with the COSEY camps this summer, traveling to Boys & Girls Clubs, 4-H Camps, and middle […]

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    COSEY Camps & Programs Engage Students Across Oregon

    Posted May 25th, 2010 by staff

    COSEY is a collaborative academic outreach center that serves the K-20 community in the recruitment and retention of students to science and engineering, with an emphasis on underrepresented groups and is jointly supported by the College of Engineering (COE), College of Science (COS), and OSU Precollege Programs (PCP). COSEY supports a variety of summer programs […]

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    $100,000 Grant Awarded for COSEY Camps

    Posted December 11th, 2009 by admin

    The Center for Outreach in Science and Engineering for Youth (COSEY) has been awarded a grant for $99,619 for two years by the OUS Engineering and Technology Industrial Council (ETIC) to develop science and engineering project-based activity kits and a travelling summer camp program. The proposal asserts that out of school programs, such as the […]

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