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OSU Board of Trustees to hold special meeting Jan. 13

The Oregon State University Board of Trustees will hold a special meeting on Jan. 13 to consider the appointment of a new board secretary.

Public invited to view livestream of implosion of west side of Oregon State’s Reser Stadium

The public is invited to view a livestream of the implosion of the west side of Oregon State University’s Reser Stadium the morning of Friday, Jan. 7, as part of a $153 million project to complete Reser Stadium.

Oregon State plans for in-person instruction on Jan. 3; will require booster shots

Oregon State University plans to resume in-person instruction and other university activities and operations on Jan. 3 as planned at all of its campuses and locations.

Oregon State Science Pub to feature speaker who uses dance to communicate science

A recent doctoral graduate of Oregon State University who won a national contest for using dance to communicate her research will be the speaker at Oregon State’s Science Pub on Jan. 10.

Benefits of Tillamook Bay wetlands restoration extend far beyond the scope of initial project, report finds

A 443-acre tidal wetland habitat restoration project in Oregon’s Tillamook Bay designed to reduce flooding and improve salmon habitat also brought a host of other socioeconomic benefits to the community, a new report from Oregon State University researchers shows.

Oregon State University approves timeline for hiring new president

The Oregon State University Board of Trustees on Friday approved a presidential search process to name a new OSU president by the end of May and voted to elect a new board chair and vice chair.

Co-founder of Black Voters Matter Fund to give keynote at OSU’s Martin Luther King Jr. event

LaTosha Brown, a leader in national efforts to build Black political engagement and expand voter access, will be the keynote speaker at Oregon State University’s 40th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration on Jan. 17, 2022.

Oregon public universities reach historic 5-year contract with SEIU, secure compensation increases, healthcare benefits through June 2026

Bargaining teams representing Oregon’s seven public universities and classified union employees have reached agreement on a five-year labor contract, the longest ever between the two parties.

Oregon State University names new dean of libraries

Anne-Marie Deitering, who has served as interim university librarian and held a series of leadership roles at Oregon State University during the past 18 years, has been named the Donald and Delpha Campbell Dean of Libraries for OSU.

Completing Reser Stadium project includes implosion of stadium’s west side

A $153 million project to complete Oregon State University’s Reser Stadium will include the implosion of the stadium’s west side on Jan. 7.

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