OSU adaptation of free biology textbook may annually save students $100K

OSU is increasing its efforts to make college more affordable for its students, particularly through the use of free, open access, online textbooks and other materials.

Personalized learning systems to boost education of college students

OSU is beginning a new three year, $515,000 initiative to help improve the learning and knowledge retention of college students, especially in highly complex math and science.

OSU board of trustees proactively plans for financial future

The Oregon State University Board of Trustees on Friday accepted a 10-year university business forecast that reflects plans to invest in strategic university student initiatives, manage expenses, increase enrollment strategically and offset cost increases including employee retirement benefits.

Temporary Change in Leadership at College of Forestry

Oregon State University’s College of Forestry Dean Thomas Maness announced this week his intention to begin immediately an approximate six-month change in responsibilities to attend to personal matters.

Oregon State University president affirms decision for new marine studies building location

Oregon State University President Ed Ray today confirmed that the university’s new Marine Studies Building will be built at the Hatfield Marine Science Center in Newport.

Play that explores racism, political correctness comes to OSU in late January

“Spinning Into Butter,” a play by Rebecca Gilman that explores the dangers of both racism and political correctness in America, is coming to Oregon State University for three free performances in late January.

OSU to host 36th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. celebration

The annual Oregon State University celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., takes place Jan. 13-19. This is the 36th year of the event. It is one of the university’s longest-running social justice events.

Oregon State University President Ed Ray announces building names decision

Oregon State University President Ed Ray today announced his decision to rename three buildings on OSU’s Corvallis campus while retaining the names of two other buildings.

Oregon State University will serve Portland region from historic Meier & Frank building

Oregon State University will build on its land grant mission and long-standing service to the Portland region from a new location – the second floor of the historic Meier & Frank Building in downtown Portland.

OSU overall enrollment up 1.9 percent, Corvallis campus increases less than 1 percent

Overall fall term 2017 enrollment at Oregon State University grew 1.9 percent from last year, while enrollment at OSU’s main campus in Corvallis continued to be stable.

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