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:

Megastorms are coming to the Pacific Northwest (The Columbian)

“We found that at basically every location [in the Columbia River Basin]—except the lower main stem of the Columbia [River]—that we would expect the maximum flood events to increase in magnitude in a warmer world, and that was surprising,” says study coauthor, climate researcher Phil Mote, vice provost and dean of the Graduate School at Oregon State University. The increase in flooding, according to the study, is largely driven by warming temperatures forcing precipitation to fall as rain rather than as snow.


Beaver dams mitigate the effects of climate change on rivers (Earth. com)

“Completely by luck, a beaver decided to build a dam at our study site,” said Dewey, who is now a postdoctoral scholar at Oregon State University (whose mascot, incidentally, is a beaver). “The construction of this beaver dam afforded us the opportunity to run a great natural experiment.”

OSU researchers look into what's affecting sea life in coastal waters (KLCC)

Jack Barth is the executive director leading the Marine Studies Initiative at Oregon State University. He says water temperature and quality are leading stressors. “How do these organisms deal with a heating ocean, an ocean that's becoming more acidic. We're lowering the oxygen in the water." Barth told KLCC. "So we call that hypoxia, where the organisms literally can't breathe, and either die off or have to get away quickly.”


Disease outbreak leaves sea lions stranded on Oregon Coast (Think Out Loud)

More than 150 sea lions have been found sick or dead along Oregon’s coast due to a bacterial outbreak of Leptospirosis this summer. The disease is spread through the mammals’ urine and can be spread to other species such as dogs. Jim Rice is the stranding program manager for Oregon State University’s Marine Mammal Institute. He joins us to share what the outbreak has looked like so far and how it compares to previous years.

Who won, who lost, and what it means: Election 2022 numbers and reactions (Jefferson Public Radio)

We spend all of today's JX unpacking some of the many items we voted on. In the 8 o'clock hour, political scientist Christopher Stout from Oregon State University pulls up a chair to give some analysis of the results on the Oregon side of the line, and how they figure into the national political picture.

These universities have the best online bachelor's degree programs in the U.S. — and 11 of them are public schools (MSN)

Top 10 online bachelor's degree programs in 2022: 5. Oregon State University.  

Wikipedia, once shunned, now embraced in the classroom (Inside Higher Ed)

Professors who make room for Wikipedia in their classrooms seize opportunities to engage students in conversations about how knowledge is constructed and shared, according to Diana Park, science librarian at Oregon State University. Her research, conducted with Laurie Bridges, instruction and outreach librarian and associate professor at Oregon State, is informed by their experiences teaching a two-credit course at the university that helps students think about information equity through a Wikipedia lens.

Today's photo

The sun before the rain: Bruce Franz Jr., MPH student in environmental and occupational health, says, “I took this photo right before the rain started. The last sunrise before the rainy season.” We are accepting photo submissions at [email protected].

Timely Teaching Tips: Distributed practice and self-testing are two effective strategies for spacing out learning and promoting long-term memory formation and retention. Share these strategies using the Academic Success Center’s Effective Test Prep page. Making time in class to talk about these two strategies and giving students time to map out a study schedule can encourage planning in advance of finals.


NEW! Building Trust & Relational Harmony After Succession: Please join the Center for Family Enterprise on Nov. 9,  8:30 a.m. via Zoom for our Family Business 360 event. Don’t miss the opportunity to hear from Ryan Papé, president of Papé Group, who will be sharing how the multi-generation family business has navigated building trust and relational harmony following succession. Register here.

NEW! Blood drive: The American Red Cross will be in Memorial Union 112 on Nov. 9-10, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Appointments to donate blood can be made at They also take walk-ins.

WGSS 611 Colloquium Series: “haʔɫ kʷ(i) adsəslabcebut/Watch Over Yourself Well: (Re)writing Two-Spirit Coast Salish Bodies through Canoe-Based Practices.” Kyles Gemmell centers Coast Salish canoe-based practices as a means of understanding Coast Salish Two-Spirit critiques and identities. Their research centers canoe rules that community members are to abide by as a means of developing a culturally relevant methodological approach to research. Grounding their research in the foundation of the canoe and canoe family, Gemmell engages community, personal experience, and archival research as a means to move towards healing from gendered and racialized colonial violence. Nov. 9, noon, via Zoom. Preregistration required:

NEW! Ecological Engineering Student Society plant sale: EESS is having a plant sale Nov. 9-10. Find us outside of Gilmore Hall on the corner of SW 26th street and SW Campus Way from 1-4 p.m. both days. Spider plants and succulents will range from $2-$10. Contact [email protected] for further details.

WRGP Seminars: Amanda Cronin and David Pilz from AMP Insights will present "Environmental Water Transactions in the American West" Nov. 9 at 4 p.m. in STAG 111 or on Zoom. Please reach out to [email protected] for Zoom details. All are welcome.

Reception for the Art of Construction Exhibition: The Giustina Gallery at The LaSells Stewart Center is excited to present 51 works of art by 23 Oregon artists that reflect on the history and progress of construction in Oregon. This exhibition is held in tandem with the Oregon Associated General Contractors centennial exhibit. The reception is Wednesday, Nov. 9 from 5-7:30 p.m. in the Giustina Gallery. Free and open to the public. The exhibition runs through Dec. 15. Learn more about the Art of Construction exhibition including viewing hours.

ALPHA: Join us for a free dinner, talk and discussion. Alpha is a place to discuss the big questions of life, faith, meaning and God in an open and welcoming environment, regardless of your beliefs and background. Say anything you like or nothing at all. Alpha will be held in the MU Horizon on Wednesdays from 6:30-8 p.m. throughout the term. Visit for more information, or contact [email protected].

NEW! The Kalapuya Seasonal Round: Join OSU professor David Lewis, a Kalapuya member of the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde, for the second talk in this year's Champinefu Webinar Series. This talk will provide insight into how Kalapuya developed a sustainable housing model that served them well for over 15,000 years. Nov. 9, 7 p.m., on Zoom. Co-sponsored by the Spring Creek Project. Register here.


NEW! Beaver Caucus: The Beaver Caucus is delighted to team up with ASOSU once again for our annual ASOSU/Beaver Caucus Social on Saturday, Nov. 12, two hours prior to kickoff. This event will foster engagement between current and former student government leaders, create networking opportunities for students, and educate Beaver Caucus volunteers about university legislative priorities.

NEW! President's Reception for International Students: OSU President Jayathi Murthy invites all international students to join her for coffee and conversation on Monday, Nov. 14 from 10-11 a.m. in the MU Main Lounge. This activity is part of International Education Week. For the full calendar of events, please visit:

NEW! Karen Hooker’s retirement party: A celebration for Karen Hooker will be held Nov. 17, 4-6 p.m. to celebrate and congratulate Karen on her retirement. The event will be held in the Hallie Ford Center Lobby with a program starting at 4:30 p.m. Light appetizers and beverages will be served. Sign the e-card at this link: Contact Carol Murphy ([email protected]) with any questions.

Wildfire documentary: The scheduled weeklong run of a new documentary, “Elemental: Redefining our Relationship with Wildfire,” has been extended through Thursday, Nov. 10, at Corvallis’ Darkside Cinema. “Elemental” features interviews with scientists including professors Chris Dunn and Bev Law of the OSU College of Forestry.

Fall Choral Concert: Performances by the Oregon State University choral program, including the OSU Chamber Choir, Vocal Ensemble, Bella Voce and the OSU Meistersingers. Directed by Steven Zielke and Sandra Babb Thursday, Nov. 10 at 7:30 p.m. First United Methodist Church, 1165 NW Monroe. $10 GA, OSU students free. Purchase tickets.

Fall 2022 Career Fairs: The Career Development Center invites students to attend one or all eight career fairs occurring this term. More than 250 employers will be recruiting students on campus and virtually. This fall's fairs include: College of Forestry Career Fair, Nov. 9. Get details and register online. Questions? Contact [email protected].

American Strings: An Evening with Rickie Lee Jones. Musician and storyteller Rickie Lee Jones has been inspiring pop culture for decades, beginning with her first albums "Rickie Lee Jones" and "Pirates." A two-time Grammy Award winner, Jones’ celebrated memoir "Last Chance Texaco" was named Book of the Year by MOJO, Pitchfork and NPR. Join University Director of Popular Music Bob Santell for an intimate conversation with this legendary pop/rock star, followed by a live performance. Friday, Nov. 11 at 7:30 p.m. in C&E Hall of the LaSells Stewart Center. Seating is limited to 200. Tickets go on sale Monday, Oct. 24 at 8 a.m. at

OSU Parent and Family Social on Nov. 12: OSUAA will host a free informal reception for current OSU parents and families during Fall Family Weekend. The Parent and Family Social will take place on Nov. 12 before the OSU vs. Cal game. Mix, mingle and enjoy food, beverages and game-day fun. Co-hosted by OSUAA, ASOSU and the Beaver Caucus. Register:

International Education Week Nov 14-18 Join us in celebrating Oregon State University's global achievements, impacts and community during International Education Week. It’s not too late to add your event. Check out the Marketing Toolkit. A full listing of events is available at

Beaver Boosters: OSU will be providing COVID-19 booster clinics on the OSU Corvallis campus, Tuesday, Nov. 15 through Thursday, Nov. 17, from noon to 4 p.m. in Memorial Union Room 62. Clinics are open to the public and will provide updated bivalent boosters for individuals 5 and older, plus COVID-19 vaccine for ages 6 months and older, while supplies last. No appointments are needed and vaccines are free of charge. Please bring your vaccination card. Visit the Beaver Booster Blitz web page for more information. Subject to change.

Forest Management Plan Listening Session: There will be a public listening session Thursday, Nov. 17 from 6-7:30 p.m. via Zoom to discuss recent drafts of the Forest Management Plan (FMP) being developed by OSU. This is a time for the public to share their thoughts and provide any input regarding the plan. Recent draft sections of the plan can be accessed through on the FMP webpageZoom link. For questions, email [email protected]

Rivalry Week — Let’s beat the Ducks Nov. 21-28: The OSU and UO alumni associations are facing off in a friendly competition to see who can enroll the most members — can you help ensure a third win for OSU? From Nov. 21-28, save 25% on any membership (whether joining anew, upgrading to a life membership, renewing or gifting) and lead OSU to victory:

Bobbin’ Through the Woods: College of Forestry Holiday Craft & Art Fair. Over 30 vendors selling a variety of items including pottery, glass and wood art, clothing, food and more. Dec. 2-3, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Peavy Forest Science Center and Richardson Hall, Corvallis campus, 3100 SW Jefferson Way. Check out our vendors and find out more on our website: All proceeds from the show will benefit Rootstock, the college's in-house food pantry for students. Questions? Contact [email protected].

Lectures, Workshops, Webinars

NEW! ElderCare Connections: ElderCare Connections will meet on Thursday, Nov. 10. Local SHIBA volunteer and expert, Wayne Kradjan, will be joining us from noon to 1 p.m. to provide information on Medicare and Supplemental Insurance. The Zoom link will open at 11:30 a.m, for caregiver check-in from 11:30 a.m. to noon and will close at 1:30 p.m. For more information, contact [email protected].

NEW! Science communication: OSU-OMSI Science Communication Fellowships prepare STEM professionals to effectively communicate with a variety of audiences by participating in a series of interactive training workshops. The first three workshops of our spring cohort will be on the Corvallis campus, the fourth at OMSI. For more information see our page on the College of Science-OMSI Collaboration. Register at OMSI here by Dec. 2. The workshop is open to any interested STEM professional on campus.

HMSC Research Seminar: On Thursday, Nov. 10 at 3:30 p.m., John Stepanek, a graduate student with the Hacker Lab in the Department of Integrative Biology at OSU, will be giving a seminar titled “Carbon storage and non-native beachgrasses in Pacific Northwest coastal sand dunes.” Zoom link or call +1-971-247-1195 Meeting ID: 945 5573 115. Click here for more information.

Department of Botany & Plant Pathology Fall Seminar Series: “Exploration of Fungal Diversity Using a Single Cell Sequencing Approach” presented by Timothy James from University of Michigan, Thursday, Nov. 10, 4 p.m. ALS 4001 and via Zoom. For complete schedule visit the BPP Seminar website.

My People Are Rising: The History and Legacy of the Black Panthers in the PNW. Talk by Aaron Dixon, community activist, co-founder and captain of the Black Panther Party, Seattle chapter. Dixon co-founded the Seattle chapter of the Black Panther Party in 1968. Dixon will draw on his published memoir, "My People Are Rising," to discuss his experiences fighting for Black empowerment and racial justice. Thursday, Nov. 10 at 5:30 p.m. Memorial Union Horizon Room 49.

Lydia Gorrell: MS defense: Please join us on Monday, Nov. 14 at 9 a.m. in PFSC 302 and on Zoom for a presentation of Lydia Gorrell’s thesis, titled: “Children and youth's outdoor play and emotional wellbeing during the COVID-19 pandemic. Gorrell is earning her MS in Forest Ecosystems and Society with Xiangyou (Sharon) Shen. Please contact the FES Department at [email protected] for access to the Zoom link or with questions or accommodations for disabilities.

OSU Procurement training series: Procurement will be hosting virtual training sessions next week on various OSU procurement topics. Sessions include: Procurement Standards and Resources, Nov. 14, 3-4 p.m.; Introduction to Sole Source, Nov. 15, 3–4 p.m.; Introduction to Personal Services Contracts, Nov. 16, 3-4 p.m.; Informal Procurements, Nov, 17, 2 - 4 p.m.; Federal Purchases Under Uniform Guidance, Nov. 18, 3-4 p.m. To register:

Provost’s Lecture featuring Sam Quinones Nov. 14: Join us for the first Provost’s Lecture of 2022-23, featuring Sam Quinones, acclaimed journalist and author who has written extensively on immigration, the opioid crisis and challenges along the U.S.-Mexico border. The lecture will be in Austin Auditorium in the LaSells Stewart Center on Monday, Nov. 14 at 7 p.m. It is free and open to the public and will be livestreamed on Register here to attend in person. The Provost’s Lecture Series is a partnership between the Office of the Provost and the OSU Foundation.

November Research Integrity Forum: Join the Research Office for “Research Data and the New NIH Data Management Policy.” In this forum we will discuss some of the types of data that researchers can generate and encounter, what managing data might entail and why it is important, and the available resources at OSU to help. We will also focus on the new NIH data management and sharing policy, which becomes effective in January 2023. The forum will be held on Nov. 16, 1 p.m. via Zoom. Register HERE. For additional information, email [email protected] .

The 2022 General Elections: Speakers include Christopher Stout, OSU’s Government Relations Team and other political practitioners from the legislative scholars program. Nov. 9, 5 p.m. LINC 314 or via Zoom at Sponsored by the School of Public Policy.

Oregon NASA Space Grant Consortium 2022 Fall Student Symposium: Oregon NASA Space Grant Consortium is hosting its Fall 2022 Student Symposium on Nov. 10, beginning at 9 a.m. The symposium will be hosted in person at LaSells Stewart Center. The public is invited to attend, view the student posters and watch the student presentations. There will be a virtual keynote speaker from NASA at 9:45 a.m. The posters and further information may be found prior to the symposium at

Rare disease talk: Kathleen Bogart will be speaking on a webinar for Science Magazine on “The profoundly personal side of rare disease: Humanizing the therapeutic journey of patients.” Register for free for the webinar, which will occur on Thursday, Nov. 10 at 9 a.m.

Travel Share: Oregon State University’s Retirement Association (OSURA) invites you to a talk by Debi and Simon Johnson where they will share photos and facts from their 22 days in Kenya, Tanzania and Nairobi. Nov. 10 at 2:30 p.m. in the OSU Foundation’s boardroom. Free, reserve your spot by emailing [email protected].

CPHHS Coaches Clinic Series: Foundations of Coaching. Learn how to support positive developments as a youth sports coach by attending this session led by OSU kinesiology experts. The first session in the Coaches Clinic Series presented by the College of Public Health and Human Sciences is Nov. 16 at 6:30 p.m. at the Hallie Ford Center, Room 115. Advanced registration required and space is limited.

Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program 2024-25 Info Session: Learn about opportunities for university faculty and administrators through the Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program on Nov. 16 at 11 a.m. This is an interactive session with Fulbright Association Program staff who will take live questions. The catalog of awards for 2024-25 will be posted in February 2023. Register at

PFLA Leadership Series: Leading Change through Thoughtful, Authentic Dialogue (presented by Heather Horn, Chief Human Resources Officer). Nov. 17, 11-11:50 a.m., PFSC Room 125 or via Zoom. Join us to learn more about engaging in open conversations that empower employees and improve their work experience.  For more information about the event and how to register click here.  

Innovation to Market — Funding & Training Opportunities: OSU faculty and graduate student researchers are invited to join the OSU Advantage office on Nov. 17 for a one-hour virtual event offered once in the morning and once in the afternoon that will describe funding and training opportunities that support innovation and entrepreneurship at the federal, state and OSU levels. At this event, you will also learn how to apply for a special $5,000 Innovation Award available from OSU Advantage. Register here for a Zoom link:

Take Note

NEW! Holiday Events — Alcohol Service Registration: It’s holiday season and many groups are planning celebrations.  If you are planning to have alcohol at your event, remember to submit your alcohol registration at least 21 days prior to the event. Alcohol service requirements and registration information can be found here: Please email [email protected] with questions.

NEW! 25 Year club: Congratulations to Mark Bierly, business system analyst, for being inducted into the 25 Year club at OSU. You can read more about their time at OSU and others inducted into the club by clicking on their name.

Veterans Day: Oregon State University will be closed Friday, Nov. 11 in observance of Veterans Day and OSU Today will not publish that day. It will resume publication Monday, Nov. 14.

Now accepting FYI Friday proposals for Winter 2023: Does your team 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!. Campus partners are invited to present what they’ve been working on to a broad audience of professional faculty, academic faculty and classified staff – presentations can be anywhere from 30 minutes to 2 hours in length; it’s up to you. Learn more about the requirements and application process. Reach out to [email protected] with questions.

Student Health Advisory Board: OSU students, do you care about the health and well-being of the OSU community? Do you want to get involved in administrative processes and have an impact? Are you interested in being a voice for students in health initiatives? Apply to join the Student Health Advisory Board (SHAB). Applications are due Nov. 28 at 5 p.m.: SHAB Application 2022-2023.

Call for applications: Faculty are invited to participate in implementing the new general education curriculum approved by the Faculty Senate in October. We seek 40-50 faculty volunteers to develop the learning outcomes, criteria and rational (LOCRs) for the new curriculum. These faculty will serve on 10 workgroups, one for each category. There are two main roles: LOCR developers and LOCR mentors. Application deadline is Nov. 16. Learn more about the roles, time commitment and application process at

MLK awards: Nominations are open for the 2023 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemoration Awards, honoring OSU community members who exemplify qualities of service and selflessness. This year, nominations will be accepted for four awards – the Phyllis S. Lee Award, the Frances Dancy Hooks Award, the Oscar Humberto Montemayor Award and the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Alumni Legacy Award. More information about all four awards is available on the 2023 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemoration Awards website.  Deadline for nominations is Nov. 21. For questions, contact [email protected] or 541-737-1063.

The Music Technology and Production program at OSU is producing an album during winter and spring terms. We are soliciting songwriters from around campus to send us a demo of an original song for possible inclusion. We will select the best tracks and pair each artist(s) with students in the MTP program to record and produce the song. This opportunity is open to all OSU students and we especially encourage participation from minorities and underrepresented groups. Submission deadline: Dec. 2. Submission link:

Survey on Motivation in Rabbits: The Human-Animal Interaction lab at OSU is currently researching rabbit behavior. If you own a rabbit and would like to participate, please take our survey about motivation in rabbits. It mainly consists of questions about your rabbit's behavior and preferences. Contact Emma DeFreeuw at [email protected] with any questions. To take the survey, visit or access it directly in English ( or Spanish (

CFP — 2023-24 OSU Humanities Fellowships: The OSU Center for the Humanities is now accepting applications for 2023-2024 Flexible Humanities Fellowships. The deadline for faculty to submit proposals is Friday, Nov. 11. Find application forms, instructions, and information about awards online at

Letters to Veterans: Join ASOSU in writing letters to our Veteran’s from Nov. 7-11. The letters can be dropped off in SEC 250 or SNELL 150.

Join a Conversation on Student Success: The Academic Success Center (ASC) & Writing Center publish The Success Kitchen once or twice a term. It includes staff and student perspectives on success topics, interviews with campus partners, highlights of collaborations, and strategies and tools. Sign up by Friday, Nov. 11 to receive the next issue of The Success Kitchen.

$15K of Funding Available: The OSU Advantage Innovation Impact Program is currently 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(s) connected to commercialization. Each project may be awarded up to $15,000 and should span nine months or less, beginning in January 2023. Proposals are due by 5 p.m., Nov. 30. Contact [email protected] with questions. Learn more and apply.

Call for Applications: Career Champions Program. Applications for the winter 2023 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. For questions, contact Brenna Gomez. Complete the application form by Nov. 23.

Free COVID tests: Free iHealth COVID-19 Antigen Rapid Tests are available on the Corvallis and Bend campuses and at the Hatfield Marine Science Center in Newport. Each box contains two tests. While supplies last, OSU community members can pick up these self-test kits without restrictions. Please note the FDA has extended the self-test kit expiration dates by six months.

Traffic and Maintenance

Lane closure on SW Washington Way through Nov. 10: As part of the Washington Way Improvement Project, there will be a one-lane closure with flagging operations on SW Washington Way between SW 35th and SW 30th Streets. Work is scheduled to take place from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. daily, starting Monday, Oct. 24 and continuing through Thursday, Nov. 10 (view map). For questions or comments on this closure, contact project manager Aaron Amoth at 541-207-5084.


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! Purchasing Analyst 2: Procurement, Contracts and Materials Management invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), Purchasing Analyst 2 position. Posting #P03839CT. Closes Nov. 17.

NEW! Purchasing Analyst 3: Procurement, Contracts and Materials Management invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), Purchasing Analyst 3 position. Posting #P03840CT. Closes Nov. 17.

NEW! The Office of Faculty Affairs is hiring an Administrative Assistant (professional faculty). Posting #P06039UF. Closes Nov. 25.

NEW! Education Program Assistant 1: OSU Division of Extension and Engagement, Family and Community Health (FCH) Program invites applications for an Education Program Assistant 1 position based at the OSU Extension Wallowa County office in Enterprise, OR. This EPA1 position works primarily with the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program—Education (SNAP-Ed). This EPA1 will also provide coordination and support for 4-H Program efforts related to planning and support of in-county events. Posting #P03854CT. Closes Nov. 28.

NEW! Property Specialist 2: University Housing & Dining Services (UHDS) invites applications for a Property Specialist 2 position. This is a full-time, 12-month, classified position. Posting #P03749CT. Closing date extended to Nov. 30.

NEW! Educational Program Assistant 1: OSU Division of Extension and Engagement invites applications for an Educational Program Assistant 1 position based at the OSU Extension Washington County office in Beaverton. This is a F/T, limited duration, classified position starting at $17.43 hourly + benefits. Part-time to 0.80 FTE will be considered. The limited duration appointment is anticipated to go through July 31, 2023. This EPA1 will assist in the delivery of the Master Gardener program for OSU Extension Service Washington County. Posting #P03855CT. Closes Nov. 30.


“When you arise in the morning give thanks for the food and for the joy of living. If you see no reason for giving thanks, the fault lies only in yourself.” ~ Tecumseh

Corvallis: Frost and then sunny today, high of 49, low of 28. Sunny tomorrow.

Central Oregon: Frost today, high of 40, low of 18. Frost tomorrow.

Newport: Frost and then sunny, high of 54, low of 37. Mostly sunny tomorrow.

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