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:

'Completely derailed our life': How child care in Oregon became so unaffordable (KGW)

Oregon is a child care desert where there are more children that need care than spots available. One-sixth of infants and toddlers in Oregon have access to child care, and about one-third of preschool children are also left waiting for an available spot, according to an Oregon State University (OSU) study.

EPA imposes first national limits on 'forever chemicals' in drinking water (TODAY)

Jamie DeWitt, director of the Environmental Health Sciences Center at Oregon State University, said that although the new limits don’t end the problem of PFAS in drinking water, they represent significant progress. (see also Cal Matters)

OSU authors braid indigenous knowledge, western science into report's recommendation for land owners (KTVZ)

Two Oregon State University faculty are among the lead authors of a report that combines Indigenous Knowledge and western science for the purpose of informing future climate-adapted land management decisions across the United States.

Oregon State's hemp center gets grant to work with tribes (Jefferson Public Radio)

True industrial hemp does not get people stoned, but it has many uses in food and fiber, and that's why Oregon State University established its Global Hemp Innovation Center, nearly five years ago.

Three Oregon State University students named as Goldwater Scholars (Corvallis Advocate)

Jose Naranjo Mendez of San Jose, Puerto Rico, Madalyn Gragg of Wamic, Oregon, and Roberto Ponce Velez of Silverton, Oregon, are the recipients. Oregon State has had 21 Goldwater Scholars in the past 11 years. Sixteen of those have come in the last six years, and OSU now has 48 honorees overall since the program’s 1986 inception.

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Solitude in the MU: Anton Grube, associate director of facilities and maintenance, says, This was taken at the Memorial Union entryway while it was snowing outside the morning of March 1. I forget how amazing this entryway is as it is so often bustling with students, staff and community members and I am looking down as I climb the stairs.” We are accepting photo submissions at [email protected].

NEW! Timely Teaching Tips: Success can come in bite-sized information. Consider sharing one of the Academic Success Center’s “bell ringers” or PPT slides with success strategies at the start of class or in a weekly announcement. A quick conversation about the bell-ringer topic with a partner can be a great way for students to plan how they will use success strategies during the term.


Semiconductor careers: Come learn about careers in the semiconductor industry from 10 a.m.-2 p.m., April 11 in the Memorial Union Ballroom. Listen to professionals in the industry talk about their roles and find out how to prepare for jobs in the semiconductor industry. All majors welcome. Attendance is free, but registration is required:

Empowering OSU: Stories of Harnessing Generative AI for Impact in Staff and Faculty Work. This online panel will share six OSU colleagues’ personal takes on how they are using generative AI in creative ways to support their work, to enhance efficiency and productivity and to improve teaching and learning. Speakers will describe how they got started with AI, how they’re currently using it, how they’re sharing their AI approaches with colleagues and potential avenues for expanded use. Audience participation in chat and Q&A encouraged. Organized by Ecampus and the Center for Teaching and Learning. 10-11 a.m., April 11. Register with ONID email to receive the Zoom link:

Elder Care ConnectionsJoin us for monthly, lunch-hour informational meetings and discussions about what it means to be a caregiver and how to optimally support your loved ones and yourself. Connect with other OSU community members providing care for a loved one. This month’s presentation: “Bone Nutrition,” with Stephanie Polizzi (College of Health/OSU Extension Family & Community Health). Noon to 1 p.m., April 11. Meeting Zoom link. For accommodations, email: [email protected].

OSU Beaver Dads: Come join in with other self-identified dads from around the Corvallis campus to talk about parenting, work and everything in between. Lunch will be provided. This is a time for informal conversation, so come late or leave early if you need, ask questions of other dads, share experiences/stories/resources and more. Facilitated by Tarron Anderson (UHR). Noon to 1:30 p.m., April 11, MU 221 Board Room. For accommodations and questions contact [email protected].

University Budget Conversation: The Office of Budget and Resource Planning will hold a University Budget Conversation via Zoom from 1-2 p.m., April 11. This week’s topic is an “Shared Responsibility Budget Model Review and Revisions.” The initial 15 minutes is spent on presentation of the topic, followed by discussion and Q&A. Registration is required at For questions, contact [email protected].

Faculty Senate: The April 11 Faculty Senate agenda is available online at; the meeting begins at 3 p.m. This meeting will be held in-person in The LaSells Stewart Center Construction & Engineering Hall with a webinar option for individuals outside of OSU-Corvallis and those unable to attend in person. Section D.5. on the linked agenda explains how to sign up to receive the monthly Faculty Senate agendas and participate remotely in the meetings.

HMSC Research Seminar: Jessica Garwood, assistant professor, CEOAS, will be giving a seminar titled “Coastal transport pathways: Interactions between ocean physics and behavior,” at 3:30 p.m., April 11, in person at the HMSC Carmen Ford Phillips Auditorium in the Gladys Valley Marine Studies Building or online. Zoom link Password: 104815 or call +1-971-247-1195 Meeting ID: 971 3707 8566. Click here for more information.

Department of Botany & Plant Pathology Spring Seminar Series: “The Tomato Blues: From Germplasm to Global Spread, the Odyssey of High Anthocyanin Tomatoes,” presented by Jim Myers of Oregon State University, 4 p.m., April 11, ALS 4001 and via Zoom. For complete schedule visit the BPP Seminar website. No public recording will be available.

Exploring Masculinities: Presented by Community Engagement & Leadership and Hattie Redmond Women & Gender Center. We hope to collectively identify different ways people experience masculinity, explore non-toxic expressions of masculinity and understand the intersections of masculinity with other aspects of identity. Join us to cultivate a more inclusive and understanding community, 5-7 p.m., April 11, MU 13. Register at

Religion and Social Change: An Interfaith Dialogue. Eliza Young Barstow, senior instructor of religious studies, is hosting a series of panels featuring a diverse collection of religious leaders from the Willamette Valley who have agreed to gather and discuss challenging social issues. The sessions will be panel discussions, with questions asked by Barstow. Toward the end of each session, there will be time for audience questions. The session at 6 p.m., April 11 in the Journey Room of the Memorial Union is on climate change. Admission is free and open to all.

NEW! Tibetan Buddhist Visualization & Mantra: Participants will practice "The Treasury of Blessings," a sādhanā focused on the historical Buddha Sakyamuni. This particular sādhanā is profound but also great for beginners, with simple visualizations and recitation of mantras. Guided by Geoff Barstow 7-8 p.m., Thursdays, April 11 and 25 at Marigold. Class is by donation; please pre-register here. Contact with questions: [email protected] 


NEW! Taiwanese film screening: The Taiwan Student Association and the Chiu Program for Taiwan Studies will host a film screening of "BIG," the newest film by the Taiwanese director Wei Te-sheng, at 1 p.m., April 13 in LINC 128. The screening will be followed by a Q&A session with Wei. Register to attend here; admission is free.

NEW! Imagining a World Without Sexual Violence: In recognition of Sexual Assault Awareness & Action Month, join the Center for Advocacy, Prevention & Education (CAPE) Peer Education team 11 a.m.-3 p.m., April 18 in the SEC first floor lobby to write, draw, collage or otherwise envision a world without sexual violence. Participants may volunteer their submissions to be compiled into a campus art display and digital zine.

NEW! OSUAA Parent and Family Spring Social: Whether your family is new to university life or goes back generations with Oregon State, join the OSU Alumni Association at the International Living-Learning Center from 5-6:30 p.m. May 3 for a fun and casual event where you can mingle with fellow Beaver families and enjoy good food, music and drinks. Register today at

International Employee and Scholar Coffee Social: International employees, faculty, scholars, families and friends are invited to drop in on the second Friday of the month (except August) between 10:30 a.m. and noon at the Einerson House (2638 NW Jackson Ave.) for conversation, coffee, tea and light snacks. Hosted by OSU Folk Club, Crossroads International, OSU Office of International Services and the Corvallis Multicultural Literacy Center.

Connecting with the international community through conversation partner programs: Learn more about the various conversation partner programs in the Oregon area, with options to participate remotely across Oregon or the globe. These programs facilitate connections, conversations and English language development through pairing domestic and international participants. 6-8 p.m., April 12 at the International Living-Learning Center. To register, see To directly apply for the program, visit

PRAxPRELUDE: Culture Showcase with the Indian Student Association. Get into the spirit for your Mrs. Krishnan experience with the Indian Student Association. Enjoy exciting teaser performances from India Night, one of OSU's largest cultural events (happening April 20). Sample delicious Indian snacks and learn more about the vibrant traditions of India and the Indian community at OSU. 1:30 p.m., April 12. Free and open to the public. You can purchase tickets online to see Mrs. Krishnan’s Party.

UPDATED! A Conversation with Alexander Lloyd Blake: Alexander Lloyd Blake, founder and artistic director of Tonality Choir, will appear at 6 p.m. on April 12 in Detrick Hall at PRAx. Tonality is an award-winning choral ensemble focused on spreading a message of unity, peace and social justice. During this event, Blake will join historian and ethnomusicologist Kelly Bosworth on stage for a conversation about using music as a conduit for environmental awareness and change and social change more broadly. Bosworth is assistant professor of public history & popular music at Oregon State University. Free. More info here.

Beaver BarCamp 2024: This is an informal un-conference that has been hosted by the OSU Open Source Lab since 2006. We are excited to bring this live in-person event where attendees can participate in sessions throughout the day or propose their own talk on a project, hobby or research interest. The subjects lean toward tech but have been as diverse as knitting lessons. 9 a.m.-6 p.m., April 13, Kelley Engineering atrium. 

Hatfield Marine Science Day: Hatfield Marine Science Day is an annual science fair and open house featuring the marine science programs and research at the Hatfield Marine Science Center in Newport. You can talk with researchers about their marine science exhibits, get a behind-the-scenes tour of the Hatfield campus, enjoy a show on the sounds of the sea, and learn about the latest advances in whale research from keynote speakers KC Bierlich and Clara Bird from the GEMM Lab's GRANITE Project. Plus, the Hatfield Visitor Center will also be open all day, free of charge. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. April 13, Hatfield Marine Science Center, Newport. This event is free. See more details.

Grammy-winning vocal ensemble TonalityTickets on sale now for “You Are Not Alone,” directed by Alexander Lloyd Blake at 7 p.m., April 13 in Detrick Hall at PRAx. Tonality creates gorgeous concerts focusing on issues rarely present in choral music. At PRAx, Tonality takes on the topic of mental health awareness. A pre-concert program puts the spotlight on community and OSU mental health providers. This evening is dedicated to them. Tickets $25-$33; mental health providers $5 (use code MentalHealth2024); students $5.

Celebration of Life for John Byrne; All are welcome to attend as family, friends and the OSU community come together at 2 p.m., April 14, at to remember John Vincent Byrne, Oregon State University president emeritus, former administrator of NOAA and beloved member of the Corvallis community. The celebration of life will be held at the CH2M HILL Alumni Center. This event will be streamed on

Yoga Nidra: Drawn from Vedic and Tantric practices, yoga nidra “yogic sleep” is a guided meditation experience which often yields deep relaxation, insight, and a sense of connection. Guided by Tiffany Bailey 6-7:30 p.m., Sunday April 14, May 12, and June 9,  at Marigold. Purchase 1 Class pass or $15 for Drop-In. Please Pre-register. Contact: [email protected]

Film studies event: Nabil Boudraa, professor of French and Francophone studies in the School of Language, Culture, and Society, will present Algerian Cinema: The Seventh Art as a Medium for Resistance, in room 213 of the Memorial Union at 4 p.m., April 15. 

Grad Career Week: What comes next in your professional journey after you complete your master's degree or Ph.D.? Grad Career Week, April 15-19, helps you explore your options. Join us for a series of workshops designed to help you learn more about careers both inside and outside academia, how to add GTA experience to your resume and details about navigating the postdoc experience. Learn more and register:

Film Screening of The Wonder and the WorryTickets on sale now for a sneak preview of “The Wonder and the Worry,” at 7 p.m., April 17-18 in Detrick Hall at PRAx. This documentary film traces the fragmentation and upheaval in photojournalism and its impact on the world’s most iconic publication: National Geographic magazine. The film delves into digital disruption and the power of environmental storytelling as it follows the intertwined careers of Chris Johns, OSU alumnus and former National Geographic editor, and his daughter Louise, a working freelance photographer. Tickets $10; students $5.

Pianist Aaron Diehl + The Aaron Diehl Trio: Tickets are on sale now to see virtuoso pianist Aaron Diehl and his ensemble perform at 7 p.m., April 20 in Detrick Hall at PRAx. The concert will demonstrate the range of the new Steinway Concert Grand piano in PRAx. Prior to intermission, Diehl will play solo, classical piano. After intermission, Diehl will play in a jazz-informed mode with his trio. Tickets $25-50; students $5.

Slumberland VR Theatre: Experience “Slumberland,” a beautiful digital dream world  at 2 p.m., 5:30 p.m. and 8 p.m,. April 22-May 11in Ray Theater at PRAx. Bombina Bombast, an award-winning performing arts company from Sweden, is a pioneer in the field of "live virtual reality." In this 45-minute, participatory VR experience, audience members wear a virtual reality headset, interacting with one another and with an actor (who is also in the physical theater) wearing a motion-capture suit. "Slumberland" is based on the company's interviews with hundreds of youth about their experiences of sleep in the digital age. Tickets $20; students $5. Tickets here.

Songs and Stories with Roger McGuinn: Enjoy an evening of “Songs and Stories” with Roger McGuinn on April 23 at 7 p.m. in Detrick Hall at PRAx. One of the founders of the iconic folk-rock band The Byrds, Roger McGuinn is firmly established as an indisputable music industry icon. From his signature 12-string Rickenbacker sound to his instantly recognizable vocals on hits like “Turn, Turn, Turn,” “Eight Miles High,” and “Mr. Tambourine Man,” Tickets $35-$45; students $5. Tickets here.

PRAx Presents Las Cafeteras: Enjoy the electric sound and energy of Las Cafeteras at 7 p.m. April 28 in Detrick Hall at PRAx. Using traditional Son Jarocho instruments like the jarana, requinto, quijada (donkey jawbone) and tarima (a wooden platform), Las Cafeteras sing in English, Spanish and Spanglish and add a remix of sounds. Las Cafeteras play music to build bridges among different cultures, creating “a world where many worlds fit.” Tickets $17-$33; students $5. Tickets here.

Four-time Grammy winners Eighth Blackbird: PRAx Presents Eighth Blackbird and the OSU Wind Ensemble 7 p.m. on May 2 in Detrick Hall at PRAx. Eighth Blackbird sextet has been hailed as “one of the smartest, most dynamic ensembles on the planet” by the Chicago Tribune. The second half of the program includes a special performance with the OSU Wind Ensemble of “Vital Sines,” a 25-minute composition by composer Viet Cuong. Tickets $20-$30; students $5. Tickets here.

PRAx and the Office of the Provost Present Okaidja Afroso: Experience Okaidja Afroso at 7 p.m., May 4. in Detrick Hall at PRAx. In “Jaku Mumor,” multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter and dancer Okaidja Afroso collaborates with Indigenous Ga-Dangme fishermen to share their a cappella singing and chants in his music and via film. A moving tribute to the fishermen of Ghana in their fierce determination to survive the impact of evolving fishing practices on traditional cultures. Tickets $25-$35; students $5. Tickets here.

Lectures, Workshops, Webinars

NEW! Dominant Design and Disruptive Production Innovation Seminar: Frank Koppenhagen, visiting professor in Mechanical, Industrial, Manufacturing Engineering (MIME), will give an overview of his responsibilities and activities at Hamburg University of Applied Sciences. Koppenhagen will introduce new perspectives on disruptive product innovation based on the creation of a dominant design. He will speak from 4-5 p.m. April 17 in Rogers 226.

NEW! 2024 CEOAS Earth Day Lecture: Bold Solutions, Better Planet. Three alums from the College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences will challenge the notion that disasters are "natural” and address how deeply divided societies understand, prepare for and cope with environmental change and disasters. Attendees will learn how humans’ relationship with their communities and natural environments affect how they experience climate change, and how engaging and empowering vulnerable communities in decision-making can address health inequalities and prevent disasters. 6 p.m., April 25 (virtual). More information and registration at

International Travel Policy and Processes for faculty: Recent changes to international travel include: updated policy, revised risk-rating system, the introduction of intermediate-risk as well as high-risk destinations and changes to the high-risk travel approval process. Staff from the Office of Global Engagement, Travel & Expense and Insurance & Risk Management will present and answer questions. Full details on the international travel homepage and in the international travel policy. Part of the Spring 2024 FYI Friday series, noon to 1 p.m., April 12, via Zoom. Registration required.

Upcoming WIC Events: Perusall Workshops: WIC is hosting two free workshops on using Perusall (a social annotation tool integrated into Canvas) to support student reading practices. “Using Perusall to engage students with readings” is at noon, April 12, via Zoom (Register here) and “Technical Support Session for using Perusall” is from 3-4 p.m., April 17 via Zoom (Register here).

College of Health research seminar. “Growing up unequal: How poverty impacts child and adolescent well-being” will be presented by Frank Elgar, McGill University, from 1-2 p.m. Friday, April 12, in HFC 115 and via Zoom. Watch recordings of COH research seminars on the college’s website.

Controller’s Unit policy program: Please join us for a training session related to the Controller’s Unit Policy Program from 1-2 p.m., April 22 via Zoom. Learn how to navigate the CU Policy Program website, access policies and resources, submit a policy request and stay informed.

FourSight Mindset Reveal Workshop: How do you approach a challenge? FourSight Mindset Reveal is a new workshop presented by the Office of 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. View upcoming workshops and enroll here

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 Summer and Fall 2024 In-person and Zoom courses here!

AI Global Futures Forum and AI Week: The Office of the Provost is pleased to announce AI Week, April 8-12. The April 12 AI Global Futures Forum will include a conversation between OSU President Jayathi Murthy and special guest Jen-Hsun Huang, founder and CEO of NVIDIA. The forum will also include a series of panels regarding AI and climate science, AI impact on workforce and the economy and AI and creativity. To learn more, email OSU.Provost@oregonstate or visit this website.

Research symposium: The 2024 Research Advances in Fisheries, Wildlife, and Ecology Symposium (RAFWE) and Western Forestry Graduate Research Symposium (WFGRS) will take place from 9 a.m.-5 p.m., April 12 in Peavy Hall. Admission is free and open to all. Keynote speakers include Julia Parrish and Abby Phillips Metzger. Visit our website for more information.

Yoga Nidra: Drawn from Vedic and Tantric practices, yoga nidra “yogic sleep” is a guided meditation experience which often yields deep relaxation, insight, and a sense of connection. Guided by Tiffany Bailey 6-7:30 p.m., April 14, May 12, and June 9, at Marigold. Purchase 1 Class pass or $15 for Drop-In. Please Pre-register. Contact: [email protected]

Take Note

NEW! Retirement Benefits: Learn how to make the most of the Voluntary Retirement Savings Plans that are offered by OSU. Personalized, one-on-one consultations are available at no additional cost to OSU employees (student employees do not qualify for this service). Virtual appointments are available. Fidelity and TIAA are currently scheduling on-campus, one-on-one appointments through June 2024. Fidelity: Justin Blatny; schedule at (Employer Name = Oregon Public Universities). TIAA: AJ Martinez, CFP; schedule at OSGP (Voya): Wes Handley; schedule at

NEW! OMN students chosen for prestigious internship: A record seven Orange Media Network students have been chosen to work at news organizations this summer as part of the Charles Snowden Program for Excellence in Journalism. The program, sponsored by the University of Oregon, is a highly prestigious internship pairing students with community news organizations across Oregon for 10 weeks of paid experience. OMN will be represented by two editors in chief: Katie Livermore, editor of The Daily Barometer, who will be reporting for The Bend Bulletin, and Emma Coke, editor of the Beaver’s Digest lifestyle magazine, who will be reporting for an online news organization in Ashland. Joining them as Snowden interns are James Kelley, Baro city editor, working at Jefferson Public Radio; Audrey Saiz, Baro sports editor; working at The Daily Astorian; Alexander Banks, Baro assistant editor, working at the Baker City Herald; Hannah Lull, Baro copy editor, working at The Redmond Spokesman, and Cailan Menius-Rash, Baro reporter, working at KLCC.

NEW! Student Alumni Ambassador applications open: Encourage students to apply to become Student Alumni Ambassadors with the OSUAA, receiving a $2,000 scholarship and developing leadership skills in a one-of-a-kind student cohort. Applications close April 29. Apply online at

NEW! Celebrating 30 years: Congratulations to Shiao-ling Yu, associate professor, for reaching 30 years of service at OSU. You can read more about their time at OSU and others by clicking on their name. Congratulations and thank you for your service.

Spring Poster Symposium (SPS) presenter registration is now open: SPS is an annual poster session for undergraduates from all departments, all years of study and all stages of research to share their work. SPS 2024 will be held from 9 a.m. to noon, May 16 in the MU Ballroom. Students who wish to present can register by clicking here to showcase their projects before Wednesday, May 1. We encourage you all to let your students know about this great opportunity to share their work. For more information, visit our Spring Poster Symposium (SPS) webpage or contact [email protected].

Committee Interest Form: The Committee Interest Form, which provides an opportunity for faculty and staff to indicate their interest in serving on Faculty Senate and university committees, councils and boards during 2024-2025, is available online at and due by noon April 15.

Bring Your Kids to Campus Day: Registration is now open on the BYKTCD website. The Family Resource Center is excited to welcome you to this fun family day on Friday, April 19. This OSU community event is a way to celebrate family, the importance of education, and to highlight campus as a place where parents can share their work and studies, and families may spend the day together.

OSU Sustainable Transportation Newsletter: Get quarterly updates on local, sustainable transportation initiatives, services and events delivered straight to your inbox. Sign up now and stay in the loop on sustainable options at OSU. Questions? Email [email protected].

Registration open for Oregon Educators’ Summit: The College of Education, in partnership with the Oregon Department of Education, has announced that registration for the Equitable Accelerated Learning K-8 (ALK-8) statewide summit is now open to all Oregon public school educators. The summit will be held Aug. 6-7 on the Corvallis campus. The two-day event will feature ALK-8 working groups and professional learning for all Oregon educators. Participants will learn about innovative, field-initiated and piloted classroom-based resources and professional development materials reflecting the knowledge and expertise of Oregon literacy and mathematics leaders. Registration and more information:

2024 Faculty Innovator Award: This award honors an outstanding Oregon State University inventor who has made a contribution leading to commercialization that significantly impacts their field and society. For details on the process, criteria and nomination form, please visit the OSU Advantage website: 2024 Faculty Innovator Award. Nominate yourself or someone you know that’s making an impact. Nominations are being accepted through April 19. The awardee will receive a $5,000 prize and desktop award, and their department/unit will also receive $5,000.


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NEW! OSU Division of Extension and Engagement’s Extension 4-H Youth Development Program invites applications for an Administrative Program Assistant position based at the OSU Extension Service Hood River County office in Hood River. This is a 12-month, part-time (0.5 FTE, approximately 20 hours/week), classified position starting at $18.57 hourly + benefits. This position will have funding for two years from the start date, with continuation dependent upon future funding. Posting #P04760CT. Closes April 18.

Traffic and Maintenance

Benton Place: As part of the Goss Baseball Hitting Building project, a section of the southbound lane on Benton Place will be closed intermittently on Wednesday, April 10 and Thursday, April 11. Flaggers will be present to direct traffic through the area. The closure area will be located near the intersection at Washington Way. Six street parking spaces will be closed on the west side of Benton Place. In addition, the west sidewalk on Benton Place will be closed between Langton Place and Washington Way, starting near Snell Hall. Pedestrians may use the south sidewalk on Langton Place, the walkway on the west side of Goss Stadium and the north sidewalk on Washington Way to detour around the closure.


“I have seen the Lady April bringing the daffodils, Bringing the springing grass and the soft warm April rain." ~ John Masefield

Corvallis: Mostly cloudy today, high of 59, low of 44. Chance of rain Friday.

Central Oregon: Partly sunny today, high of 64, low of 38 Chance of showers Friday.

Newport: Chance of rain today, high of 55, low of 43. Rain likely tomorrow.

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