September workshop set to explore drilling project at Newberry Volcano

An international group of geoscience experts will convene in Bend Sept. 10-14 to develop a proposal for drilling one of the hottest wells in the world at Newberry Volcano in central Oregon.

Among gun owners, culturally tailored suicide prevention messages work best

Gun owners are much more receptive to suicide-prevention messages tailored to respect their rights as firearms enthusiasts than they are to messages that use language that aims to be culturally neutral.

Flame retardant chemicals may affect social behavior in young children

Some chemicals added to furniture, electronics and numerous other goods to prevent fires may have unintended developmental consequences for young children, according to a pilot study released today.

Edward Feser named provost and executive vice president at Oregon State

Oregon State University President Edward J. Ray has named Edward Feser the provost and executive vice president for the university.

OSU overall enrollment up 2.9 percent, Corvallis campus increases less than 1 percent

OSU fall term 2016 enrollment grew 2.9 percent from last year, with stable enrollment at OSU’s Corvallis campus and double-digit growth at OSU-Cascades and the Ecampus online program.

OSU trustees approve expanding veterinary teaching hospital, renovating Magruder Hall

The OSU Board of Trustees approved the renovation of Magruder Hall to allow the College of Veterinary Medicine to increase enrollment and expand its small-animal teaching hospital.

OSU-Cascades opens as Oregon's first new public university in 50 years

Oregon State University – Cascades’ new campus in Bend opened today, fulfilling a 30-year quest for higher education in what had been the largest region in the state without a four-year university.

Construction to begin on OSU-Cascades' 10-acre campus

OSU will begin construction of its new OSU-Cascades campus as soon as required permits are issued by the city of Bend, expected to take place within the next two weeks.

OSU Board of Trustees approves new degree, bond sales

OSU plans to launch the state’s only four-year degree in hospitality management beginning this year at OSU-Cascades - a proposal that was approved Friday by the OSU Board of Trustees.

OSU Board of Trustees endorses future tuition levels, funding requests

The OSU Board of Trustees unanimously endorsed a plan to continue phasing out the tuition plateau, which gives undergrads who take from 12-15 credit hours a break on tuition.

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