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:

OSU scientist urges worried coastal residents to rethink wind energy call areas (KMTR)

Sarah Henkel, an ecologist who works at OSU's Hatfield Marine Science Center in Newport says though large, the call areas would not be filled with wind turbines.  Instead, it's proposed that developers will only select a fraction of the areas for use.

Kotek wins Democratic nod in Oregon governor's race (Seattle Times)

Christopher McKnight Nichols, an associate professor of history at Oregon State University, described the GOP’s chances of winning in the fall as “the best shot” the party has had in a long time.

Two OSU professors are helping Ukrainian refugees in Poland (KEZI)

Ray and Emily Malewitz landed in Warsaw, Poland on Jan. 1 along with their son. Six weeks later Russia invaded Ukraine. “It’s certainly a very different place than we arrived in,” Ray Malewitz, associate professor at Oregon State University said.

OSU Board of Trustees to meet Friday, determine presidential finalists (KTVZ)

The Oregon State University Board of Trustees will meet at 2 p.m. on Friday to consider candidates to be interviewed as finalists to serve as OSU’s next president and be invited to participate in open forums with the university community next Monday and Tuesday, May 23 and 24.

New study: More and better U.S. marine protected areas needed to protect key ecosystems (National Geographic)

“These findings highlight an urgent need to improve the quality, quantity, and representativeness of MPA protection across U.S. waters to bring benefits to human and marine communities,” said Dr. Jenna Sullivan-Stack, a research associate at Oregon State University and lead author on the paper.

Road Trip to Nowhere: Hollywood Encounters the Counterculture (Publishers Weekly)

A review of OSU Professor Jon Lewis' new book.

Today's photos

Goose family: Thomas Ebert, courtesy professor, integrative biology, submitted this photo of goslings and adult geese in Fall Creek. The nest was on a large, horizontal, moss-covered branch of a bigleaf maple about 12 feet off the ground. The picture was taken on Easter, the day of their hatching. We are accepting photo submissions at [email protected].

Timely Teaching Tips: Searching for summer reading? Want a free book on teaching and learning and an opportunity to discuss it with colleagues in the coming months? Sign up for the Center for Teaching and Learning’s No Strings Attached Book Club. OSU faculty, grad students and staff associated with teaching and learning are invited to join. No strings attached.


OSU Days of Service May 11-21: Be a part of OSU’s annual service event from May 11-21. There are countless ways to get involved with a group or on your own. Find an existing project or become a site leader, then experience the rewards of doing work that benefits your community and yourself. Plus, join us in person for the big finale May 21. Choose how you’ll volunteer with Beavers:

Bioinformatics Users Group (BUG): “The Open Cognitive Environment - i.e., an integrated ecosystem of tools for machine learning.” Kenneth Lett, Center for Quantitative Life Sciences, Wednesday, May 18 at noon. Zoom link:  

Water Resources Science Seminar Series: TBD-Topic in snow hydrology, Mark Raleigh, Oregon State University. Wednesday, May 18, 4-5 p.m., Bexell Hall 328 or on Zoom.

Strand Gallery Reception: All are welcome to the art reception and OSU College of Liberal Arts interns curators’ talk for Richard Thompson: "Forever Horizons." Wednesday, May 18, from 3-6 p.m. at Strand Gallery (440 Strand Agriculture Hall). Talk at 4:30 p.m. More information and Zoom session link available at the Art About Agriculture website. Sponsored by the College of Agricultural Sciences.

Pilot Program for Disability Cultural Center: Responding to the needs of the student body, ASOSU is currently working on establishing a pilot program for the Disability Cultural Center. This center will be a welcoming space for all students with disabilities and their allies to connect with each other and build stronger communities. It will help provide support for the largest minority group in the country and improve their experience at OSU, without requiring them to provide documentation or diagnosis of their disability, which can be a basis of discrimination. For more details, please read this brief memo, visit our website or attend the open forum May 18, 4 p.m. (SEC 254 or Zoom). Fill out this form to show your support for this program and for this community at OSU.

Pilot Program for International Student Center: Responding to the needs of the student body, ASOSU is currently working on establishing a pilot program for the International Student Center. Envisioned as an open lounge space, this center will be open to all international students and domestic students interested in intercultural activities. OSU has students from a wide range of countries, cultures and identities, and this space will be for all of them call their own — a home away from home to make them feel welcome at OSU. For more details, please read this brief memo, visit our website or attend the open forum May 18, 4 p.m. (SEC 254 or Zoom). Fill out this form to show your support for this program and for this community at OSU.

NEW! The May Primary Election Results and the Implications for the November General Election: Come join an interactive discussion regarding how the results of the May 17 primary elections will affect the November General Election. Associate Professor Chris Stout will discuss how the results of the Oregon primary and primaries across the country may affect the November 2022 elections. Jock Mills, director of the University Legislative Scholars Program, will discuss how the results of the Oregon party primaries may affect Oregon’s legislative and gubernatorial elections. May 18, 5 p.m., Milam 123 and Zoom

May 18 Public Health Insider Webcast – Mentorship: Making the Connection. Hear from a panel featuring CPHHS’ director of student engagement and an OSU mentor/mentee pairing during the May 18 Public Health Insider webcast, "Mentorship: Making the Connection," 5:30-6:30 p.m. Explore the value of the college’s mentorship program and learn how to get the most out of a mentor/mentee relationship. Register today at

NEW! Disabled Students Union General Club Meeting: Today at 6 p.m. via Zoom For accommodations please contact [email protected].


NEW! Presentation by climate photographer Ian van Coller: Climate change has made it essential to find ways to conceptualize "deep time." Ian van Coller's art-science project "Naturalists of the Long Now" seeks to make notions of deep time comprehensible through visual exploration of glacier ice. Thursday, May 19, at noon in LINC 128. Free and open to all. Sponsored by the Spring Creek Project and Oregon State University's Art-Sci Group.

NEW! Music à la Carte: Frontier Family Feud. A musical based on the relationship between suffragist Abigail Scott Dunway and her brother, Oregonian Editor Harvey Scott. Music, lyrics and book by Jason Heald. Staring Donna Spiser as Abigail, OSU music instructor Kevin Helppie as Harvey. With Debra Gaddis, pianist. Friday, May 20 at noon in the Memorial Union Lounge. Livestream also available at

NEW! Low Brass Ensembles Spring Recital: Come support the OSU trombone and tuba-euphonium choirs in their final performance of the school year, directed by Carson Keeble, Isaac Andrew and JáTtik Clark. Friday, May 20 at 5 p.m. in Community Hall room 202. Free, open to all. Limited seating.

NEW! Travel agency presentation: OSU’s contracted travel agency, CTP (Corporate Travel Planners) will be conducting a virtual presentation and training via Zoom on Wednesday May 25, from 10:30 a.m. to noon via Zoom. Register here. The presentation will be recorded. Email questions to the Travel and Expense Office at: [email protected].

NEW! Engineering Expo: June 3, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. See more than 200 student projects that use science and technology to take on some of the world’s biggest problems. Experience the depth and breadth of engineering talent and ingenuity at Oregon State University. Virtual option also available. Free and open to the public. Complete details:

Celebrating Undergraduate Excellence: Attend the 2022 Celebrating Undergraduate Excellence (CUE) Symposium on Thursday, May 19 from 9 a.m. to noon in the Memorial Union Ballroom and online via Canvas for those who are unable to join us in Corvallis. Registration to attend virtual CUE is required. Students will present in person (posters) or virtually (pre-recorded 3-minute talk in Canvas). For more info, visit For more info, contact [email protected]

What To Fix at Oregon State University: ASOSU is hosting an end-of-the-year event that welcomes students to share their thoughts and concerns regarding their experiences at OSU in a safe space. May 19, 2-5 p.m., in the Memorial Union Quad. Share your thoughts, eat free pizza and enter into a raffle for the chance to win a few large prizes.

Invitational exhibition: Works by OSU art students are featured in the Joan Truckenbrod Invitational exhibition throughout the month of May, at the Joan Truckenbrod Gallery, 517 SW 2nd Street, Corvallis. Gallery hours are Fridays and Saturdays from noon to 4 p.m. and during the Corvallis Arts Walk, May 19 from 4-8 p.m.

Studio art: The OSU Core Studio Art Exhibition runs May 13-June 3 at OUTPOST 1000, 409 SW Monroe, Suite 110, Corvallis; and at Gallery 16:9 (digital monitor, first floor, Memorial Union). An opening event will take place on Thursday, May 19, from 4-8 p.m. at OUTPOST 1000, with an awards ceremony at 6 p.m.

BFA exhibition: Major Arcana, the 2022 BFA Graduation Exhibition, opens May 19 during the Corvallis Art Walk (4-8 p.m.) and runs through June 12 at the Benton County Historical Museum, 411 SW 2nd St., Corvallis.

The Great Resignation: Four New Post-Pandemic Work Shifts. The pandemic changed how we work. What are the trends and which ones are likely to stay? Get expert advice and hear from alumni professionals at winning in life, Thursday, May 19, at 5:30 p.m. The OSU Alumni Association’s free interactive virtual webcast series is designed to help students and alumni build personal and professional skills for success in life, career and beyond. Register for free at

OSU Wind Symphony Spring Concert: Directed by Olin Hannum. Thursday, May 19 at 7:30 p.m. in the LaSells Stewart Center. Free, open to all.

Board of Trustees: The Oregon State University Board of Trustees will meet at 2 p.m. Friday, May 20 to consider candidates to be interviewed as finalists to serve as OSU’s next president. Candidates selected will be invited to participate in open forums with the university community on May 23 and May 24. The meeting will begin with an executive session held remotely; trustees will discuss initial due diligence findings regarding candidates being considered to be invited to visit OSU. Following the executive session, the board will meet remotely in public session at 2:45 p.m. to announce the names of finalist candidates and the schedule of candidate forums, and vote on whether to reimburse candidate travel expenses. The executive sessions are being held in keeping with Oregon law – ORS 192.660(2)(a) that allows a public body to meet in executive session to consider the employment of a public officer, employee, staff member or individual agent. 

Baccalaureate Core Reform: The Faculty Senate has been engaged in a multi-year process to review and reform our 30-year-old Baccalaureate Core curriculum. There will be a Special Faculty Senate Session on May 20 from 3-5 p.m. in Linc 100 or on Zoom for Senators and OSU community members to come and ask questions and engage in conversation. The curriculum will be presented to the Senate for a vote on June 9. Read about the Reform and visit our website. To request a Zoom link to participate in the upcoming senate meetings, visit the Faculty Senate website or complete the request form. For questions, please contact the director of the Baccalaureate Core, McKenzie Huber.

10th Annual Bring Your Kids to Campus Day: The Family Resource Center is excited to announce the return of Bring Your Kids to Campus Day on Friday, June 3. The day is designed to help promote the value of a college education as well as share with our children the fun and exciting place where we are fortunate to work, study, research and teach. This year's schedule is scaled down but includes many of the fan favorites from previous years and we will be ending the day with a family BBQ in the MU Quad. For more information or to register, visit the BYKTCD website. Questions can be directed to [email protected] or 541-737-4906.

Lectures, Workshops, Webinars

NEW! Microbiology Seminar: The Department of Microbiology is hosting the final lecture in its 2021-22 series: “Studying the Known Unknowns: Using genes and genomes to help us understand the ecology and evolution of cryptic fungi,” by Alisha Quandt, assistant professor of ecology and evolutionary biology at the University of Colorado, Boulder. Thursday, May 19, noon; ALS 4000 or join online ( Free, open to everyone.

NEW! CoSCIES 2022 Education Research Showcase Extravaganza: Interested in learning about the science of teaching and learning? Join us Friday, May 20 from 9 a.m. to noon in the MU Journey Room (104) to learn about the scholarship of teaching and learning and education research in OSU’s College of Science. Watch to be inspired to attend. Learn more, sign up to present a poster or register here.  

NEW! FST Farm 2 Fork Webinar: “Reducing Waste in Food and Packaging: Current Programs at the Oregon DEQ.” Would you like to learn about reducing waste in food and packaging? Join us Friday, May 20, noon to 12:45 p.m. Register today.

NEW! CTL Sparkshop: "Using Rubrics to Support and Assess Student Learning: Best Practices." Do you want to know how to use rubrics to support transparency in assessments and enhance student learning? Join Funmi Amobi and Weiwei Zhang for an informative discussion on how to help students understand the expectations for successful performance, how their current work relates to the expectations and what they must do to close the gaps. May 20, noon. Registration required:

NEW! FYI Friday – Go Phish: How to spot email scams. Phishing is one of the easiest ways for cyber criminals to use email to solicit your personal information — by sending urgent, high-pressure, or "too good to be true" offers — and posing as a trustworthy person or organization. Join us to learn more about how to spot a phish, and what to do about it. All OSU employees and students are welcome to attend. Part of the Spring 2022 FYI Friday series; Friday May 20, 1-1:30 p.m. via Zoom. Registration required.

NEW! WIC Workshop: 36% of OSU undergraduates transfer here, bringing with them identities, strengths and needs that differ from those of the non-transfer population. On Friday, May 20 at 2 p.m. via Zoom, OSU Transfer Transitions Coordinator Erin Bird will discuss our growing transfer population, with the goal of helping faculty better support transfer students in the classroom. Register here.

HMSC Research Seminar: Sam Bedgood, a postdoctoral scholar with OSU's Department of Integrative Biology, will be giving a seminar titled “Finding a place for sea anemones and their algal symbionts in the rocky intertidal food web: trophic and non-trophic interactions," May 19 at 3:30 p.m. Please join us in person at HMSC’s GVMSB Auditorium or online. Zoom link or call +1-971-247-1195 Meeting ID: 945 5573 115. Click here for more information.

Department of Botany & Plant Pathology Winter Spring Series: “Diversity, Function, And Role Of Rhs Polymorphic Toxins Among Plant Pathogenic Bacteria,” presented by Alejandra Huerta of North Carolina State University, Thursday, May 19, 4 p.m., ALS 4001 and via Zoom. For complete schedule visit the BPP Seminar website.

HMSC Science on Tap: On Thursday, May 19, 6 p.m., Scott Baker with the Cetacean Conservation and Genomics Lab and associate director of the Marine Mammal Institute at OSU's Hatfield Marine Science Center will present a public talk titled “A return to the epicenter of Antarctic whaling, South Georgia Island.” Please join us in person at HMSC’s GVMSB Auditorium or online. Webinar link or call: +1 971 247 1195 Webinar ID: 928 1642 0727. Click here for more information.

Honors College Thesis Research Conference: Explore the diversity of Honors College research and engage with honors students on May 19-20. Come listen to students give lightning talks in LInC 228 on Thursday, May 19, 4-5:30 p.m. and Friday, May 20, 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. A selection of students will display research posters in LInC hallways from 1-3 p.m. on May 20.

2022 University Distinguished Professor Lecture featuring Michael Freitag: Join us for a lecture with OSU’s 2022 University Distinguished Professor of Biochemistry and Biophysics, Michael Freitag. Freitag’s lecture titled, "Epigenetics: I Know It When I See It" will be held on Friday, May 20 at 9 a.m. in the MU Horizon Room, followed by a Q&A moderated by Roy Haggerty, Dean of the College of Science. Advanced registration and in-person attendance are encouraged. The lecture will be live-streamed via during the event.

2022 University Distinguished Professor Lecture featuring Brent Steel: Join us for a lecture with OSU’s 2022 University Distinguished Professor of Public Policy, Brent Steel. Steel’s lecture titled, "The Democracy and Technocracy Quandary: Science, Scientists, and the Policy Process" will be held on Friday, May 20 at 11 a.m. in the MU Horizon Room, followed by a Q&A moderated by Larry Rodgers, Dean of the College of Liberal Arts. Advancedd registration and in-person attendance are encouraged. The lecture will be live-streamed via during the event.

2022 University Distinguished Professor Lecture featuring Kathryn Higley: Join us for a lecture with OSU’s 2022 University Distinguished Professor of Nuclear Science and Engineering, Kathryn Higley. Higley’s lecture titled, "Bugs, Bunnies, and Bombs: Radioecology's Role in Radiation Protection" will be held on Friday, May 20 at 1 p.m. in the MU Horizon Room, followed by a Q&A moderated by Belinda Batten, Executive Associate Dean of the College of Engineering. Advanced registration and in-person attendance are encouraged. The lecture will be live-streamed via during the event.

Disability Etiquette Conference: Final call for disabled student panelists for next week's Disability Etiquette Conference on May 26, 5:30-8 p.m. in MU 109. This year's theme is "Ableism in Academia." Each panel volunteer will have the opportunity to share their experience pertaining to their disability. This event will be live-streamed on Zoom. Ecampus students are encouraged to get involved. For more information please email [email protected] or join or virtual bi-weekly meeting tomorrow (Wednesday at 6 p.m.)

Center for Teaching and Learning Fellows Program 2022 Showcase: Register now. Hear highlights from CTL Fellows in the Colleges of Agriculture, Engineering, Science and Cascades. Gain a sneak peek of the 2022-’23 "We Care About Teaching Campaign." Consider how partnering with the program can play a critical role in strengthening and innovating your college’s teaching faculty in the upcoming year. June 1, 11-11:50 a.m. Contact [email protected].

Travel Talk webcast June 1: Yellowstone with Beaver Icons. See Yellowstone National Park like never before. On June 1 at 5:30 p.m., join former National Geographic editor-in-chief Chris Johns, ’74, and OSU Ecology Professor Bill Ripple, Ph.D., ’84, to learn about the park’s history and ecology, plus preview the speakers’ forthcoming films and OSUAA Group Travel’s Yellowstone tour. Register at

Take Note

NEW! Resilient Teaching Faculty Learning Communities: Funded summer professional development opportunity for OSU instructors and tenure-track faculty who regularly teach credit-based Corvallis and Cascades campus courses. Join a cohort of faculty exploring solutions for teaching challenges, strategies to build resilience in teaching and techniques for integrating in-class and online learning activities. See the Call for Participation and apply by May 31. Information: Center for Teaching and Learning.

NEW! Seeking Volunteers for a Research Study: The OSU School of Civil and Construction Engineering is seeking participants for a research study who are at least 18 years old and with a commercial vehicle license. Individuals with contact lenses or prescription lenses (-5.0 to +3.0) can participate in this study. The purpose of this study is to improve policy/design standards to make freight deliveries in urban environments more efficient and less stressful for truck drivers. Participants will be paid for their involvement, which includes a time commitment of approximately 1 hour and coming to the OSU Driving Simulator Laboratory. To participate, email graduate research assistant Yujun Liu at [email protected]. For more information, contact David Hurwitz at [email protected].

NEW! 50 Year Club inductees: Congratulations to Diane Simpson, office manager, for 50 years of service to OSU. You can read more about their time at OSU and others who have reached this milestone by clicking on their name.

Information about Fee-Funded Units: As a student at OSU, you pay the incidental fee each term ($455.31 for fall, winter, and spring; $235.10 for summer).  The budgeted revenue of more than $27.36 million provides everyone with access to a variety of programs and services.  Come learn about how ASOSU allocates this budget and what all of this buys you!  There are multiple ways to learn more and get involved - simply fill out this form.  If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to the ASOSU Student Fee Committee Chair at [email protected]

How Has the Pandemic Impacted Your Cat? We are looking for cats and their owners to help us understand how cat behavior and human-animal bonds were impacted by the pandemic. This OSU Human-Animal Interaction Lab research study will take place on the OSU Corvallis campus (Withycombe Hall) and will include two behavioral attachment tests with your cat (taking approximately 20-30 minutes). To learn more or schedule participation, please email Hallie Shean at: [email protected].

Mid-Month Emergency Preparedness Topic: Hot Weather. One of the best ways to prevent heat illness is to be prepared for very hot weather. There are several things you can do to get yourself, family, home and community ready to stay cool. Know the signs of heat illness and who is most at risk. Think of family members, friends and neighbors who might be likely to have problems in the heat, and plan to check on them regularly when it is hot out. This preparedness poster can be downloaded at

Call for Applications: Career Champions Program. Applications for the fall 2022 Career Champions program for teaching faculty and instructors are now being accepted. The Career Champions program provides faculty and instructors with tangible ways to incorporate career connection into the classroom, while advancing diversity, equity and inclusion and examining the barriers to access for first-generation, high financial need, and/or students of color. More information can be found on the Center for Teaching and Learning website. Please direct questions to Director of Career Integration, Brenna Gomez To apply, please complete the brief application form by June 3.

Research study: The OSU School of Civil and Construction Engineering seeks participants for a research study who are at least 18 years old and have a valid driver's license. Individuals with contact lenses or prescription lenses (-5.0 to +3.0) can participate in this study. The purpose of this study is to make intersections safer for bicyclists and reduce the potential for vehicle-bicycle collisions. Participants will be paid for their involvement, which includes a time commitment of approximately 1 hour and coming to the OSU Driving Simulator Laboratory. To participate, email the corresponding graduate research assistant, Lena Breuer, at [email protected]. For more information, contact Principal Investigator David Hurwitz at [email protected].

Fiscal policy: In accordance with the fiscal policy program, the Fiscal Policy Committee is soliciting your feedback on an updated policy draft for Gift Funds. For more information and instructions on how to provide your valued feedback, please visit Notifications Page – Policy Under Review on the Fiscal Policy Program website.

Cyber Spring Cleaning: Shoring Up Your Digital Fortress Defenses: Want to enjoy the upcoming summer season with a renewed sense of confidence that your digital fortress is protected? Keep the “baddies” out of your cyber world with tips to spring clean your digital fortress at This message brought to you by OSU’s Office of Information Security at

Community climate survey: Oregon State faculty and staff are invited to participate in this year’s community climate survey from May 10 through June 3. OSU faculty and staff will receive an invitation to participate in the survey via email. The survey is administered every two years to gauge the opinions and perceptions of employees regarding their experience at OSU. It is one part of OSU’s broader efforts to create and sustain an inclusive and equitable university climate. To hear from as many people as possible, a $25 incentive will be provided to 50 randomly selected survey participants. The information participants enter for the incentive will not be linked to responses to the survey to ensure responses remain anonymous. 

Free COVID testsFree iHealth COVID-19 Antigen Rapid Tests are available around the Corvallis campus. Each box contains two tests. While supplies last, OSU community members can pick up these self-test kits at the following locations: Residence Hall Service Centers (Arnold, McNary and West); Lab tent outside Plageman Hall; Memorial Union Info Desk and Student Experience Center Info Desk. For questions or accommodations related to disabilities, contact [email protected].

COVID-19 testing: Oregon State University, in collaboration with Willamette Valley Toxicology (WVT), is providing on-site COVID-19 testing for people without symptoms. OSU employees and students, regardless of vaccination status, are welcome to test at one of these locations: Corvallis: Lab tent outside Plageman Hall Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-3 p.m., and Cascade Hall 120, Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Bend: Outside Obsidian Hall Monday-Thursday, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. and 3-5 p.m. Note: All employees will need a WVT Labdash account prior to testing.

Traffic and Maintenance

Magruder Hall: For work related to the 2022 Street Safety Maintenance Project, four parking spaces in the Magruder Hall Diagnostic Laboratory parking area will be closed starting at 7 a.m. on Tuesday, May 17, through 3 p.m. on Friday, May 20. A sidewalk detour will also be in place for pedestrians and the diagnostic lab will remain open (view map).

Utility tunnel: May 11-June 3. For work related to the Community Hall Slope Project, an access hatch to the utility tunnel will be removed and relocated. The current hatch is located on Jefferson Avenue across from Kerr Administration Building. Additional access hatches can be found west, north and east of this location. Communication lines in the tunnel in this area are temporarily supported and impede movement. Staff should avoid this area of the tunnel, if possible.

26th Street: As part of the 2022 Street Safety Maintenance Project, the southbound lane of SW 26th Street between SW Campus Way and SW Jefferson Way will be closed for road improvements from May 11-23. SW 26th Street will be open to northbound traffic only (view map). For questions or comments on this closure, contact Project Manager Aaron Amoth at 541-737-5064.

Washington Way: For work related to the Washington Way Improvement Project, a planned sidewalk closure along the north side of SW Washington Way is scheduled to run from 8 a.m. Friday, May 6 through 5 p.m. Monday, June 13. Pacific Power will be on site performing work related to the project (view map).


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.

NEW! Assistant Director of Admissions Operations: OSU-Cascades in Bend, Oregon invites applications for an Assistant Director of Admissions Operations. This position is a full-time, 1.0 FTE, 12-month, professional faculty position. Posting #P05596UF. Full consideration date is May 31. Closes June 3.

NEW! Campus Security/Public Safety Officer: OSU-Cascades in Bend, Oregon invites applications for a Campus Security/Public Safety Officer. This position is a full-time, 1.0 FTE 12-month, classified position. Posting #P03574CT. Full consideration date is June 6. Closes June 13.
NEW! Construction Project Manager: OSU-Cascades in Bend, Oregon invites applications for a Constuction Project Manager. This position is a full-time, 1.0 FTE 12-month, professional faculty position. Posting #P05583UF. Full consideration date is June 6. Closes July 31.
NEW! Assistant Director of Student Care & Intervention: OSU-Cascades in Bend, Oregon invites applications for an Assistant Director of Student Care & Intervention. This position is a full-time, 1.0 FTE 12-month, professional faculty position. Posting #P05592UF. Full consideration date is June 5. Closes June 19.


“We have hopes and make plans, and if they are dashed or waylaid, we naturally rationalize and redraw the map to locate ourselves anew. Or else we brood and too firmly root. Very few can step forward again and again in what amounts to veritable leaps into the void, where there are no ready holds, where little is familiar, where you get constantly stuck in the thickets of your uncertainties and fears.” ~ Chang-rae Lee

Corvallis: Rain, then rain likely, high of 59, low of 42. Chance of showers tomorrow.

Central Oregon: Slight chance of showers, high of 61, low of 33. Chance of rain and snow tomorrow.

Newport: Rain and breezy today, high of 57, low of 43. Chance of showers Thursday.

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