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OSU Press publishes new book, “Governing Oregon”

The partisan politics frequently seen in Washington, D.C. were also apparent in Oregon during the late 20th century, as many of the state’s most important laws were launched via the initiative process rather than by lawmakers.

Question everything: Teaching students how to better use Wikipedia

OSU librarian Laurie Bridges wants to teach university students to create and edit Wikipedia pages themselves

OSU president calls for state investment in higher education, invites Oregonians to envision state’s future

Oregon State University President Edward J. Ray today called upon state leaders to invest in the future of all Oregonians by providing more funding for higher education.

Oregon State invites Oregonians to envision the future

Oregon State University kicked off an initiative Thursday that encourages Oregonians to imagine their vision for the state over the next 50 years.

Oregon State University releases new strategic plan to guide next five years

Oregon State University President Edward J. Ray announced Tuesday the launch of OSU’s fourth phase of two decades of strategic planning to guide the university’s service to Oregon, the nation and the world for the next five years.

Oregon State Board of Trustees approves plans for future capital projects

The Oregon State University Board of Trustees Friday approved a 10-year, $1.667 billion forecast of potential new university facilities and improvements to existing buildings around the state.

Giustina Gallery at OSU to exhibit ‘Landscape Magic’ Feb. 1 through March 5

“Landscape Magic: Waiting for Spring,” an exhibit of artwork focused on the beauty of winter and the promise of spring, will be on display Feb. 1 through March 5 in the Giustina Gallery at The LaSells Stewart Center on the Oregon State University campus in Corvallis.

Hundreds attend open house at new OSU Portland Center

Hundreds of people attended an open house today to help celebrate the grand opening of the OSU Portland Center in the historic Meier & Frank Building in downtown Portland.

W. Kamau Bell to speak at Oregon State’s Provost Lecture Series

W. Kamau Bell, an Emmy award winning writer, television director, and comedian, is drawing a sold-out attendance to Oregon State University’s Provost Lecture Series on Jan. 31.

OSU Board of Trustees and Committees to meet January 17-18

The Oregon State University Board of Trustees will meet Friday, Jan. 18, to consider Strategic Plan 4.0 metrics, the university’s 10-year capital forecast, an amendment to the board’s investment policy and issuance of OSU revenue bonds.