Nuclear "forensics" program will aid national security efforts

OSU is helping to bolster U.S. anti-terrorism and nuclear security efforts through a new graduate student training initiative in nuclear forensics, one of the first of its kind in the nation.

New analysis puts OSU's economic impact at more than $2.37 billion

An analysis of Oregon State University’s economic impact released today estimates that Oregon’s largest university contributed $2.371 billion to the global economy last year.

OSU President challenges state to improve access to higher education

In his annual State of the University address in Portland on Friday, OSU President Edward J. Ray challenged the state to help address the growing issue of Oregonians’ access to higher education.

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.

College of Business Dean Ilene Kleinsorge announces retirement

Ilene Kleinsorge, dean and Sara Hart Kimball chair of the College of Business at Oregon State University, announced today that she will retire from OSU effective June 30.

OSU celebrates newest student resource, Ettihad Cultural Center

Oregon State University’s newest cultural center is having a grand opening celebration on Tuesday, Oct. 28, from 3 to 5 p.m. in the Memorial Union Horizon Room (49). 

OSU campaign celebration to feature N.Y. Times columnist

Two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Nicholas Kristof of the New York Times will be the keynote speaker during a celebration of OSU's billion-dollar campaign.

Thursday night football game will impact OSU parking

Oregon State University students, staff and faculty should plan ahead as parking on campus will be a challenge on Thursday, Oct. 16, due to a 7 p.m. home football game against Utah.

OSU joins new education technology consortium

OSU has joined several leading research universities to create an education technology consortium called Unizin that will provide new ways to create and share digital educational content.

OSU President Ray calls for university-wide effort to halt sexual assaults

Oregon State University President Edward J. Ray on Tuesday challenged all students, faculty, staff and community members to work together to end sexual violence.