Today in the News Media

Today in the News Media is a synopsis of some of the most prominent coverage of OSU people and programs. Inclusion of any item constitutes neither an endorsement nor a critique, but rather is intended only to make the OSU community aware of significant items in the media. For more about this section, see:

Oregon State president says Stanford, Cal to ACC is 'regrettable' (Oregonian)

OSU school leaders were reacting to Friday morning’s news where the ACC offered an invitation to California, Stanford and SMU to join their conference. They immediately accepted, leaving Oregon State and Washington State as the only current Pac-12 schools without a conference home beginning with the 2024-25 year. (see also KOINPortland Business JournalGazette-Times)

Dog parenting: How to shape behavior and strengthen our bond (Natural Awakenings)

The study’s co-author, Monique Udell, an associate professor at Oregon State University, says, “We found that pet parenting style does predict patterns of dog behavior and cognition. This is an important finding because it suggests that dog owners who take the time to understand and meet their dog's needs are more likely to end up with secure, resilient dogs.”

Changes in the college admissions landscape -  where does it go from here? (Forbes)

The institutions most likely to be dramatically affected by the latest ruling are the 200 colleges and universities generally regarded as “selective,”meaning they admit 50% or fewer of their applicants. Regarding the latest Supreme Court ruling, Jon Boeckenstedt, Vice Provost for Enrollment Management at Oregon State University, commented to me, “This will have minimal effect on the vast majority of colleges and universities whose enrollment is not selected from large numbers of highly qualified candidates, but rather based on who decides to apply in the first place."

Gray whales feeding off Oregon coast found to have smaller bodies, tails, skulls (Oregon Capital Chronicle)

New research from Oregon State University shows that the summer residents, while genetically identical to their peers who venture all the way to the Arctic, have developed shorter bodies and smaller skulls and tails than other eastern North Pacific gray whales.

Billions spent on habitat fails to help native Columbia River salmon, study finds (The Columbian)

Oregon State University economics professor William Jaeger and Mark Scheuerell, a biologist with the U.S. Geological Survey and the University of Washington, looked at 50 years of native and hatchery salmon and steelhead return data from the Bonneville Dam near Cascade Locks.

Severe drought, now in its fourth year, is increasing production costs for C.O. farmers and ranchers (KTVZ)

Scott Duggan, an assistant professor with the OSU-Extension Service livestock field faculty, says ranchers in Jefferson and Crook counties are experiencing the worst of the drought.

Sustainability push: Pacific Northwest to take a green turn in potato farming (Potato News Today)

Spearheaded by Oregon State University (OSU) and funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the project aims to reduce the carbon footprint of potato farming across Oregon, Washington, and Idaho. Jeffrey Steiner, the project leader from OSU, emphasized the need for new farming methods that minimize soil disturbance and greenhouse gas emissions

Bison damage hampers aspen growth in northern Yellowstone (Mirage News)

In northern Yellowstone National Park, saplings of quaking aspen, an ecologically important tree in the American West, are being broken by a historically large bison herd, affecting the comeback of aspen from decades of over-browsing by elk, Oregon State University research shows. (see also

On heels of Simone Biles' triumph, Jade Carey recalls the moment she was 'completely devestated' (Essentially Sports)

Jade Carey has been through plenty of ups and downs in her illustrious gymnastics career. The most harrowing setback in her life came in the 2020 Tokyo Games at the vault final. But the very next day, she made a 360-degree turn and walked away with a gold medal at the floor exercise final. Now, as she prepares for the 2024 Paris Olympics at the Oregon State University, Jade Carey revealed the advice that changed her life forever.

Suicides are at record levels in the U.S.; men, specifically white men, are driving the wave (Big Country News)

“Women are attempting suicides more often but don’t succeed, while men tend to complete suicides at much higher frequency,” said Dusti Linnell, an associate professor of practice with Oregon State University’s College of Health. She helps lead the university’s community mental and behavioral health efforts.

Attack of the $3 tomato (Willamette Week)

“Farmers markets are growing by 10 percent a year,” says Larry Lev, a marketing economist with Oregon State University’s agriculture extension service. “The rest of agriculture isn’t growing like that. The niche is serving a lot of good ends, and one of them is bringing bright, energetic people into agriculture who never would have dreamed of it otherwise.”

12 ways to add nitrogen to your soil for a healthier garden in no time (House Digest)

Coffee contains various minerals that nourish plant life, including calcium, iron, potassium, and nitrogen, and it also absorbs heavy metals that may be present in your soil. Oregon State University has released studies revealing coffee has a neutral pH level (around 6.5 to 6.8), which is coincidentally the same as what soil pH levels should read at. This combination of factors makes it highly beneficial for any plants rooted in the ground beans. 

Why getting rid of the 'smoke taint' is so complicated (CBC)

A big concern for vineyards in the Okanagan right now is the amount of wildfire smoke getting into grapes and bottled wines. Cole Cerrato runs the Smoked Wine and Grapes Chemistry Lab at Oregon State University. He explains how wildfire smoke finds its way into grapes and wines — and why getting rid of the resulting 'smoke taint' is so complicated.

Honeybees overwhelmed our hummingbird feeders. How can we help the hive? (Oregonian)

Fall looms but gardening season is far from over, and you may have questions. To ask one, simply go to the OSU Extension website, type it in and include the county where you live. A photo is very helpful.


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Peaceful bounty: Urmila Mali, associate director of instruction for the Educational Opportunities program, says, "My husband and I have been enjoying our colorful backyard. Savoring the produce that came from our garden. After a hard day at work, this area is the ideal calm retreat!" We are accepting photo submissions at [email protected].

NEW! Timely Teaching Tips: Looking for new insights about teaching or for evidence-based pedagogical strategies to implement this autumn? Faculty of the Center for Teaching and Learning recommend Inclusive Teaching by Kelly Hogan and Viji Sathy, The AI Literacy Imperative by Brent Anders, Unearthing Joy by Gholdy Muhammad, Outsmart Your Brain by Daniel Willingham, and Minding Bodies by Susan Hrach.


NEW! BioResource Research Seminar: Erin Anderson will present "A Sister Species Genome Based Method for Differential Gene Expression Identification in Menidia beryllina Exposed to Microplastics Across Different Sizes and Morphologies" Sept. 5, at 9 a.m., Strand Agriculture Hall 163. Also available via Zoom at Meeting ID: 968 8671 9389. Join by Polycom/Cisco/Other Room System: [email protected]

NEW! Biological & ecological engineering and water resources engineering MS theses defenses: Michal Tutka, M.S. biological & ecological engineering and water resources engineering, will defend both of his theses. He will be defending his BEE MS thesis titled, "Large Wood Hydraulics: Using Structure-from-Motion to Estimate Flow Depths," at 10 a.m. and his WRE MS thesis titled, "Processing Large Instream Wood for Hydraulics Applications -- Structure-from-Motion Workflow," at 12:15 p.m. on Sept. 5. Both presentations will be held in Memorial Union 104 or over Zoom. Desiree Tullos of Biological & Ecological Engineering advises Michal. Reach out to [email protected] for Zoom details. 

OSU Employee Parent Connections: 1-2 p.m. Tuesdays during summer term. An opportunity for OSU’s parenting employees to come together through Zoom and talk about anything related to parenting and working. Share resources with each other, ask questions of each other, celebrate milestones, share successes and challenges and more. Email Kristi King, [email protected], with the Family Resource Center for the Zoom link.

Integrative Biology Ph.D. defense: Zechariah Meunier will present “The roles of recruitment, species interactions, and oceanographic context in structuring rocky intertidal communities of the Pacific Northwest and Atlantic Canada” at 3 p.m., Sept. 5, in ALS 4001 and via Zoom. Meunier is completing his Ph.D. in Integrative Biology under the guidance of Sally Hacker and Bruce Menge.

PFLA End-of-Summer Happy Hour: 4:30 p.m., Sept. 5. We’ll meet at McMenamins on Monroe for drinks, or you can stop by neighboring Yogurt Extreme for ice cream and bring it over if that’s more your style.

OSUsed Store Public Sales: The OSUsed Store carries furniture, computers, household items, office supplies and more, at 644 SW 13th St. Public sales are open to all shoppers 5:30-7:30 p.m.Tuesdays and noon to 3 p.m. Fridays; details here. Staff may shop for their department Mondays through Thursdays, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.; details here.


Science Pub: Want to know more about Oregon dunes and beaches? Attend Science Pub at 6 p.m., Sept. 6. Join us in person at Old World Deli or watch online. Register today to learn about the ecology and history of Oregon’s unique coastline. Elissa Connolly-Randazzo, coastal outreach fellow, will share information about the importance of these landforms, how they are influenced by vegetation and how they have historically changed.


Public Seed Library 'Growing a Vegetable Garden' Lecture Series: Shonnard's Nursery's Darren Morgan will discuss "Soil tending from testing to cover crops and covering," 6-7 p.m., Sept. 7, at the Corvallis-Benton County Public Library meeting room. Well-tended soil is the basis of a successful garden, so learn what you can do to nurture your vegetable garden soil over the winter. Learn more at


OSUsed Store Public Sales: The OSUsed Store carries furniture, computers, household items, office supplies and more, at 644 SW 13th St. Public sales are open to all shoppers 5:30-7:30 p.m.Tuesdays and noon to 3 p.m. Fridays; details here. Staff may shop for their department Mondays through Thursdays, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.; details here.

HR office: The Office of University Human Resources will be closed 2-4 p.m., Sept. 8. UHR personnel will be available 8 a.m.-2 p.m.; onsite staffing will be limited 4-5 p.m.


OSUAA Tailgate Town | Home vs. UC Davis: Join the first flood of Beavers to cheer on our OSU student-athletes in the newly completed Reser Stadium. Get game-day ready with great food, fun games and awesome giveaways at the CH2M HILL Alumni Center. Join the tailgating fun at 3 p.m., Sept. 9. Learn more.


NEW! Center for Family Enterprise September Family Business 360: Join us noon-1:30 p.m., Sept. 13, at the OSU Portland Center, 555 S.W. Morrison St. for an in-person luncheon Family Business 360 featuring Jason ThompsonBrian Ferraro and Dennis Bloom of Rockefeller Capital Management. Don’t miss out on the chance to hear how, for generations, Rockefeller Capital Management has managed the wealth of their namesake as well as the legacies of some of the world’s most successful innovators, visionaries and their families. Register here for the event. 

NEW! OSUAA Tailgate Town | Home vs. San Diego State: We'll provide the food and fun, and you bring the OSU spirit! Join the free, family-friendly tailgate with photo booths, swag giveaways and yard games at the CH2M HILL Alumni Center at 9:30 a.m., Sept. 16. Learn more.

There is still time to sign up to table at the University Day ExpoFrom noon to 2 p.m. Sept. 19, gather with 40+ units and over 1,000 OSU faculty and staff to celebrate the OSU community, learn about resources on campus and network with your colleagues. Register for a booth by Sept. 12. Don’t want to table but would like to donate items for the University Day prize drawing? Contact [email protected].

OSUWelcome 2023 invitation to register: Formerly known as Welcome Week, OSUWelcome 2023 is a new student initiative between Sept. 22-Oct. 6. We invite OSU organizations to welcome this large incoming class by planning an event or activity. Please submit the OSUWelcome 2023 Activity Registration form by Friday, Sept. 15. Also, use the OSUWelcome 2023 Marketing Toolkit and the OSU Events Calendar (use tags “OSUWelcome” and “OSUWelcome2023”).

OSUAA Tailgate Town | Away vs. WSU: Join Beavers in Pullman on Sept. 23 for OSUAA Tailgate Town. Experience the ultimate football pregame celebration at Lewis Alumni Centre 2.5 hours before kickoff. Fuel up on delectable eats, mingle with Beaver Nation, gear up for victory and catch some inspiring words from OSU Athletic Director Scott Barnes. Register for tailgating fun.

Football tickets: Oregon State Athletics is offering a ticket opportunity for OSU faculty and staff for the Sept. 29 game against Utah (a 6 p.m. kickoff). To purchase tickets for $20, click here.

Food Science and Technology Homecoming BBQ: FST alumni and friends are invited to join us before the OSU Homecoming football game on Saturday, Oct. 14, to enjoy tasty eats, reminisce and thank advisor Dan Smith before his retirement after 30 years of service to OSU. The fun at Wiegand Hall starts three hours before kickoff. Register today.

Lectures, Workshops, Webinars

Travel Talks: Costa Rica. Discover why Costa Rica is considered a gem of Central America. Join Director of Alumni Group Travel Kate Sanders for a photographic journey of waterfalls, rainforests, volcanoes, beaches, wildlife and vibrant communities — and preview OSUAA Group Travel’s Costa Rica Natural Heritage tour departing February 2024. Join the Travel Talk at 5:30 p.m. Sept. 12:

Small Farm School: Small Farm School, an educational program for small-acreage farmers, is accepting registrations for its Sept. 13 event at Clackamas Community College in Oregon City. Small Farm School is designed for beginning and experienced small-scale commercial farmers in the Willamette Valley. There is an $80 registration fee for adults, reduced registration for college students and scholarships are available for veteran farmers and Black, Indigenous and farmers of color. Registration covers class materials, morning refreshments, and lunch. Pre-registration is required. Class offerings and registration details can be found at:

What role will AI play at OSU this fall? Join us at 1 p.m., Sept. 14 for "The crisis, promise, and potential of AI in the classroom: Considerations for a new academic year." Inara Scott, Karen Watte, Dan Faltesek and Regan A. R. Gurung will provide exemplars of ways to incorporate AI into your classes and teaching. Find out how syllabi and assignments should change in the face of the availability of AI and key university policies on AI use. Register at

FYI Friday: Office of Human Resources Learning & Development is now accepting FYI Friday presentation proposals for Winter 2024. Does your unit have a new or existing service, process, system, policy or research you want to share with the campus community? Consider FYI Friday as your venue. FYI Friday is a program where campus partners are invited to present what they’re working on to a broad audience of professional faculty, academic faculty and classified staff. Presentations can be anywhere from 30 minutes to two hours in length; it’s up to you. Learn more about the requirements and application process. Contact [email protected] for information.

Search Advocate Foundations workshop series: July through December 2023 options are now open for registration. Search Advocates are content-neutral external process advisors who work with search committees to enhance equity, validity and diversity (the role is mostly facilitative — not the compliance police). The full series is four 4-hour sessions; please go to SA Workshops for the cohort schedule and a link to the registration system. For questions, please contact Anne Gillies, program director ([email protected] or 541-760-6160).

FourSight Mindset Reveal Workshop: How do you approach a challenge? FourSight Mindset Reveal is a new workshop presented by University Human Resources that dives deep into the way that we solve problems together. This engaging workshop helps people learn more about their own mindset, learn appreciation for how colleagues work and together be able create a stronger team environment and reach more creative solutions. In the spirit of professional development, University Human Resources is excited to offer this new two-hour workshop to OSU employees on a monthly basis starting this spring. View upcoming workshops and enroll here. A $40 fee covers materials. Hurry – seats are limited.

Social Justice Education: Social Justice Education Initiative workshops are open for registration through fall 2023. The SJEI is a foundational professional development program for all faculty, staff and graduate students. Join your colleagues to begin, or expand, your equity and inclusion journey. Learn more, see the schedule and register for remote Tier One Platform and Tier Two Next Level workshops here. Interested in this development for your unit? Contact SJEI director Jane Waite for further information: [email protected].

Crucial Conversations for Mastering Dialogue: Learn skills for creating alignment and agreement by fostering open dialogue around high-stakes, emotional, or risky topics. Discover how to speak and be heard (and how to encourage others to do the same), surface the best ideas, make the highest-quality decisions and act on your decisions with unity and commitment. View dates for the Summer 2023 and Fall 2023 courses and register here. There is a $100 fee to attend this workshop.

Take Note

NEW! The OSU Basic Needs Center will be closed Sept. 7-12 and Sept. 14-15 for the team to engage in training to best serve the BNC community in the coming year. Additionally, the OSU food pantry will be closed Aug. 30 and Sept. 13. We invite people to come in prior to Sept. 7 and when we are open Sept 13, 12:30-4 p.m., and the team will be ready to help.

NEW! Registration to present at the Fall Virtual Showcase (FVS) is open now through Oct. 11. FVS is a virtual, asynchronous opportunity for OSU undergraduates to share their research and creative projects with the OSU community Oct. 23-25. Undergraduates from all academic disciplines, in all years of study and at all stages of work are invited to present. We will have an in-person kickoff event in the MU on Oct. 23, 5-6pm. Visit the FVS website to view additional information, including registration details for attendees. For questions, contact [email protected].

NEW! Month Emergency Preparedness Topic: Preparedness Kits: Preparedness kits help bridge the emergency or disaster until normalcy can be restored. Kit recommendations range from 24 hours to 72 hours to 14 days, from personal to vehicle to workplace and household sizes. The difference between the kits is the quantity of items (more for longer periods of time), size of storage container and types of items (immediate survival versus long-term living). English and Spanish versions of this bulletin can be found here:
NEW! Faculty Staff Fitness classes on campus or online to meet your health and wellness needs. Check out our fall term class schedule so you can reserve time on your calendar to take care of you. Fall registration opened Sept. 1. FSF programming is open to all faculty, staff, GTAs/GRAs, spouse/partners of faculty and staff, OSU retirees and OSU affiliates. Have questions? Call the Physical Activity Office at 541-737-3222.

NEW! The University Health & Safety Committee wants to promote health and safety by providing this link to a five-minute video on the topic of Total Worker Health. For more information on safety, check out OSU’s University Health & Safety Committee online at, including past meeting minutes, information on how to contact a committee member, and a link to report safety concerns online.

NEW! All Division of Finance and Administration employees are invited to the Fall Kick-off Meeting on Thursday., Sept. 14, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Ch2M Hill Alumni Center Ballroom (or via Zoom if working remotely). Hear from Provost Ed Feser and Vice President for Finance and Administration Mike Green about OSU’s new strategic plan, DFA’s strategic priorities for FY24, and how DFA employees contribute to the university’s new goals. RSVP here to attend:

NEW! Research Advancement Academy: Applications for the 2023-24 Research Advancement Academy and seed funds program are due Sept. 22. The Research Advancement Academy prepares early- and mid-career faculty to successfully lead large, transdisciplinary proposals and funded research programs. It includes a set of workshops over fall and winter terms and the opportunity to apply for up to $50,000 in seed fund support in spring (see schedule here). The online application and more information about the selection process can be found here. Questions can be directed to [email protected].

NEW! Floor Monitor Training: Training for floor monitors and building managers on roles and responsibilities when evacuating their building. Training is the second Wednesday every month at 1 p.m. via ZOOM. Sign up for Zoom floor monitor training at

NEW! $15K of funding available: The OSU Advantage Accelerator is seeking applications that describe technology-based projects in any discipline that will move OSU-owned technologies closer to commercialization. Proposals should describe a project that requires $15,000 or less of funding to achieve an important milestone connected to commercialization. Each project may be awarded up to $15,000 and should span nine months or less, beginning in October 2023. Proposals are due by 5 p.m. Friday, Sept. 29. 2023. Learn more and apply!

NEW! It’s time to Accelerate your startup, technology, and/or business idea. The OSU Advantage Accelerator is offering a virtual Accelerate program starting this October. In just nine weeks, streamline your value proposition, get to market faster and validate your product-market fit. The Accelerate program is open to OSU researchers, students and staff, and others in the Corvallis community who intend to start or grow an entrepreneurial venture, and can qualify teams to receive NSF i-Corps funds. The fun starts Oct. 10. Learn more and apply here:

At risk for high blood sugar? Researchers in the College of Health are studying the effects of SGLT2 inhibitors on people at risk for high blood sugar. We are looking for study participants who are nonsmokers ages 18-59. The study involves several visits to the Samaritan Athletic Medicine Center in Corvallis over approximately four months. By participating, you will receive up to $1,000 as well as information about your health. Email [email protected] to learn more and apply.

Summer 2023 update from Vice President for Finance and Administration: Want to be an insider? Find out what Division of Finance and Administration units have been doing to help advance OSU’s goals in this update to DFA employees: Each quarter, Vice President Mike Green and DFA senior leaders share project milestones, unit news, highlights, updates and coming events. While targeted to division employees, the VPFA quarterly updates are a great way for anyone to get an overview of the broad and varied work of DFA units.

Welcome Center relocation: The Welcome Center is moving out of the Beth Ray Center for Academic Support. We will be closed Sept. 5-8 during our move, and we will reopen to the public on Monday, Sept. 11, at our new location in the southwest corner of Reser Stadium. Thank you for your assistance in reminding any visitors, staff or faculty who may visit our office about our new location.

Anytime Anywhere Mental Health Support App Rebranding: The Anytime Anywhere mental health support app for students has a new name and logo. The MySSP app is now TELUS Health Student Support. No action is required to continue using the app. Students will see some visual changes on the app, but the mental health and well-being support services offered will stay exactly the same. Marketing materials featuring the new app name and logo will roll out soon and departments are asked to update the posters displayed. Questions about this transition or the program may be directed to [email protected].

Traffic and Maintenance

SW 15th Street: As part of the Kerr South Parking Lot project, SW 15th Street will be closed in both directions between SW Washington Avenue and SW Jefferson Way. This closure will be in effect through Sept. 5. The crosswalk at 15th Street and Washington Avenue will also be closed along with the east sidewalk between Washington Avenue and SW Adams Avenue.

Washington Way: As part of the Washington Way Improvement project, SW Washington Way between SW 15th and SW 26th streets will be closed to vehicle traffic through Sept. 7. This is an update to the existing Washington Way closure. In addition, the intersection and crosswalks at Washington Way and SW 17th Street will be closed. The sidewalk on the north side of Washington Way between 15th Street and SW Benton Place will also be closed. The multiuse path on the south side of Washington Way will remain open as a pedestrian detour. Washington Way between SW 26th & SW 30th streets will be closed through Sept. 5. In addition, 26th Street will be closed between SW Ralph Miller Lane and SW Intramural Lane. The south and west crosswalks at the intersection of 26th Street and Washington Way will remain open during this closure. The crosswalk on 26th Street at the OSU Beaver Store will also remain open. A section of the east sidewalk on 26th Street near Dixon Recreation Center will be closed. Pedestrians may use the west sidewalk, across from Dixon, to detour around the work site. The crosswalk on 26th Street at the entrance to Dixon will also remain open.

ADA crosswalk ramp: As part of the Cordley Renovation Project, a new ADA crosswalk ramp will be installed at the northeast corner of NW 27th Street and NW Orchard Avenue. A pedestrian and ADA detour will be in place with appropriate signage.

Kerr south parking lot: As part of the Kerr Administration South Parking Lot Improvement project, the Kerr South parking lot will be closed for construction activities from June 26-Sept. 27. The path running along the west side of the Kerr Administration Building will be closed along with the south entrance/exit to the parking lot and the ADA ramp. Other possible impacts include noise, dust and mud near the construction site.


This email only lists new or recently updated job postings. For a full list of current job postings for OSU Today, go to: To apply for the below positions, visit unless otherwise specified.

EXTENDED! Ecampus is seeking a business support specialist (administrative program specialist). This position is focused on providing support for the internal memorandums of understanding (MOU) funding process, managing the fund transfer record-keeping process within a custom Salesforce system, producing reports, and developing systems for financial tracking. This is a full-time (1.0 FTE) classified position. Posting #P04342CT. Closes Sept. 11.

NEW! Cashier 2: University Housing & Dining Services invites applications for one Cashier 2 position. This is a full-time, 10-month, classified position. Posting #P04387CT. Closes Sept. 19.

NEW! FCH/SNAP-Ed Program Coordinator: The OSU Division of Extension and Engagement, Family and Community Health Program invites applications for a FCH/SNAP-Ed Program Coordinator position based at the OSU Extension Service Klamath County office in Klamath Falls. This is a full-time, 12-month, professional faculty position. Salary will be commensurate with skills, education and experience. The anticipated starting salary will be $61,600 to $68,000. Apply to posting #P07264UF. Closes Sept. 24.

NEW! Marketing manager, OSU Press: OSU Libraries and Press is recruiting for a marketing manager, a full-time, professional faculty position. The marketing manager plays a central role in promoting OSU Press, its authors and its scholarly and trade publishing programs. Posting #P07246UF. Closes Oct. 1.

NEW! Food Service Worker 1 part-time: University Housing & Dining Services invites applications for multiple Food Service Worker 1 positions. These are 10-month, classified positions. Posting #P04388CT. Closes Oct. 2.

NEW! Food Service Worker 2: University Housing & Dining Services invites applications for multiple Food Service Worker 2 positions. These are full-time, 10-month, classified positions. Posting #P04389CT. Closes Oct. 2. Full consideration date is Sept. 11.


“Life can be dangerous; just let it be. When we shake off what we perceive as boundaries, that is where the bliss really is.” ~ Ann Wilson

Corvallis: Mostly sunny with highs in the 70s and lows in the 50s.

Central Oregon: Mostly sunny with highs in the upper 70s and lows in the upper 40s.

Newport: Partly sunny with highs in the low to mid 60s and lows around 50.

Statewide: For OSU employees around the state, find your local forecast here: