Paris Myers with her artwork

OSU junior Paris Myers started an online fundraiser to donate produce boxes to local families by creating custom oil paintings for donors.

Dee Gillen

FSF has transitioned temporarily to online only courses

Ian Colliard

A Ph.D. candidate in the OSU College of Science has been selected for the Department of Energy’s Office of Science Graduate Student Research program.

Sang Choi

Sang Choi, who earned his Ph.D. in mechanical engineering at OSU, has been inducted into the NASA Technology Transfer Program’s Inventors Hall of Fame.

Austin Hall at sunrise

Three OSU students have been accepted into the U.S. Student Fulbright program and an alum is currently an alternate for a Fulbright teaching assistantship.

Catalina Segura

Catalina Segura, assistant professor of forest engineering, resources and management in the College of Forestry, has received a Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program award to Italy.

Heather Arbuckle with mascot Benny

College of Science head advisor Heather Arbuckle has been instrumental in connecting students in need with the college's Equity Promise Scholarship. Since the onset of COVID-19, the number of applications for scholarship funds has skyrocketed. 

The nature of Abraham Felix’s job changed quite a bit when the COVID-19 pandemic drove most students and staff away from Oregon State University’s Corvallis campus.

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Faculty and staff are invited to participate in virtual open forums next week to learn about and contribute to OSU’s planning for the potential return of on-site university activities

distance teaching

It’s a different challenge to deliver a hands-on, laboratory course that uses special “materials” (instruments, conductor, theatre, stage.)

Rusty Root

For Rusty Root, trekking a few miles off campus to Printing and Mailing three mornings a week to retrieve the mail for the College of Science isn’t drudgery.

Ryan Fordham

For Ryan Fordham, video communications product manager at Oregon State, managing Zoom has changed dramatically this term

Snell Hall

Lessons learned from moving to remote counseling services

NROTC entrance

Washington Way project will mean removal of Quonsot huts where NROTC currently exists

Jamie Cornelius

Jamie Cornelius juggles being new faculty member with family and research demands under unexpected circumstances

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Counseling now offered via Zoom