Economic issues are key to predicting whether students will graduate college, study shows

Economic issues play a significant role in determining whether first-time students enrolling in a four-year college will complete their degree and graduate within six years.

OSU appoints Toni Doolen dean of the College of Education

Toni Doolen, dean of the Honors College at Oregon State University, has been named dean of the university’s College of Education.

OSU research funds reach second consecutive record of $336 million

OSU research funding reached $336 million in the past fiscal year – a second consecutive year of record-breaking growth.

Two OSU buildings selected for 2013 DeMuro Award

The Hallie Ford Center and Joyce Collin Furman Hall have been selected to receive the 2013 DeMuro Award by Restore Oregon.

Oregon State University breaks record with $441 million in research grants

Oregon State University crossed the $400 million threshold in grants and contracts for the first time in the fiscal year that ended June 30, including being awarded a grant to build a $122 million regional research vessel.

Repeating algebra not usually the answer

Almost 50 percent of students repeated a math class between eighth and 10th grades and more than 60 percent showed no evidence of improving their math proficiency after repeating the class, according to a just-published analysis of data from six California school districts by an Oregon State University researcher.

OSU to host events celebrating hands-on learning and maker culture April 14-15

Oregon State University will host The Co., a two-day event celebrating hands-on learning and maker culture, April 14-15 on the Corvallis campus.

New 'hybrid' clinical mental health master's degree addresses national need for counselors

In response to a rising need for more mental health counselors, OSU is offering a new hybrid degree program designed for working professionals.

New $2.5 million grant will support training for Oregon teachers of English learners

Oregon State University’s College of Education will provide training for up to 80 Oregon teachers who work with students learning English under a new $2.5 million federal grant.

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