Oregon State University President Edward J. Ray has named Charlene Alexander to serve as the chief diversity officer and a vice president for the university.
Clinics at OSU's Corvallis campus on March 8-9 vaccinated more than 1,800 students against type B meningococcal disease.
Oregon State University’s College of Liberal Arts will guarantee that students can earn a bachelor’s degree in four years beginning with the freshman class entering college in fall 2017.
Oregon State University President Edward J. Ray today called on the Oregon Legislature to change course and make state funding for higher education a priority.
The Oregon State University Board of Trustees on Friday adopted a 10-year business forecast to serve as a framework for the university’s long-term planning and operational management.
The OSU Board of Trustee's agenda has been revised to include a presentation on a potential acquisition of real property. The board will also hold an executive session to conduct deliberations.
The OSU Board of Trustees will meet Jan. 20 to discuss efforts to advance equity, inclusion and social justice; to receive an update on efforts to prepare for the 2017 Oregon legislative session; and to develop a vision statement for 2030
OSU upheld its status as a leader in online education today when it was ranked in the top 10 nationally by U.S. News & World Report for the third consecutive year.
Oregon State University President Edward J. Ray has named Edward Feser the provost and executive vice president for the university.
Scott Barnes, athletic director at the University of Pittsburgh, today was named as vice president and director of intercollegiate athletics at OSU.
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