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New position at Oregon State University focuses on veteran, military student mental health

Donald Phillips is the university’s first mental health and wellness coordinator for the military connected community

Oregon State University names inaugural director of Tribal relations

Chance White Eyes, an assistant professor of Native American studies at Southern Oregon University and an alumnus of Oregon State University, has been named the inaugural director of Tribal relations at Oregon State. He starts Dec. 15.

Oregon State University enrollment reaches a new record, topping 36,000

Oregon State University’s fall 2023 enrollment has reached a record for the 27th consecutive year, topping 36,000, with growth spread across its Corvallis and Bend campuses and its online education unit.

Oregon State researchers uncover mechanism for treating dangerous liver condition

CORVALLIS, Ore. – A study spearheaded by Oregon State University has shown why certain polyunsaturated fatty acids work to combat a dangerous liver condition, opening a new avenue of drug research for a disease that currently has no FDA-approved medications.

Pacific Northwest’s semiconductor and sustainable timber industries to be strengthened by two Oregon State-led federally designated Tech Hubs

Oregon State University is the leader of two federally designated Tech Hubs – one focused on microfluidic technology for semiconductors and the other on mass timber design and manufacturing – announced today by the White House.

Klamath River dam removal topic of Nov. 1 Science Pub talk in Corvallis

The world’s largest dam removal project currently being undertaken on the Klamath River and will be the topic of Oregon State University’s Science Pub on Nov. 1.

Oregon State Board of Trustees approve strategic plan and president’s goals

The Oregon State University Board of Trustees on Friday accepted a university strategic plan that will guide Oregon State through 2030, and in which OSU seeks to increase research activity, improve graduation rates and increase enrollment online and at OSU-Cascades in Bend.

Financial journalist Diana B. Henriques to speak Nov. 8 at Oregon State about why financial history matters

Financial journalist and author Diana B. Henriques will speak about why financial history matters Nov. 8 at Oregon State University’s Corvallis campus as part of the Provost’s Lecture Series.

Oregon State Board of Trustees to discuss strategic plan, president’s goals

The Oregon State University Board of Trustees will meet Oct. 18 to 20 on the university’s Corvallis campus to consider approving a strategic plan that will guide the university through 2030 and goals for President Jayathi Murthy for the next year.

National Academy of Sciences president says higher ed must innovate to meet students’ needs

Higher education must innovate to keep up with the evolving economy, students’ financial constraints and the need for greater public trust in the sciences, National Academy of Sciences president Marcia McNutt said Tuesday in a speech at Oregon State University.