New commercial showcases commitment to a sustainable future

Commercial features three world-changing projects and programs

Journalist, author Sam Quinones to give talk at Oregon State on Nov. 14

Journalist, storyteller and author Sam Quinones will talk about the emergence and impact of drug trafficking in the U.S. and Americans’ attempts to recover their communities from the impacts of drugs on Nov. 14 as part of the Provost’s Lecture Series at Oregon State University.

80-foot-tall sequoia sculpture at OSU to evoke changing climate threat against old-growth forests

An 80-foot illuminated art sculpture is currently being installed at Oregon State University’s Corvallis campus, where it will be suspended in midair for the next 14 months among three 80-year-old sequoia trees.

Conceptual art by Barbara Kruger & Analia Saban coming to Oregon State University in October

An art exhibition featuring work by conceptual artists Barbara Kruger and Analia Saban will be shown at Oregon State University’s Little Gallery Oct. 3-Dec. 2, with an official opening event from 3:30-5 p.m. Oct. 12.

Oregon State University’s American Strings series will host musician Keb’ Mo’ for 2 live events

Oregon State University’s American Strings series will host rock and blues musician Keb’ Mo’ for a live campus event Oct. 6, and then in Beaverton at the Patricia Reser Center for the Arts on Oct. 7.

OSU Theatre will perform ‘Twelfth Night’ for this year’s Bard in the Quad starting Aug. 4

Oregon State University Theatre’s Bard in the Quad will perform “Twelfth Night” next month for its 17th season of staging Shakespeare plays in front of the Memorial Union on the Corvallis campus.

OSU Extension to host Oregon 2022 4-H Outreach summer camps

The 4-H International Elementary School and 4-H Multicultural Middle School summer camps will be held August 9-13 at the Oregon 4-H Conference and Education Center in Salem. 

OSU hosting virtual and in-person conference focused on women in music June 2-4

Oregon State University is hosting an international conference focused on women in music June 2-4, held in a virtual and in-person format so presenters, performers and participants can join from all over the world.

Former National Geographic editor-in-chief Chris Johns to give two talks at Oregon State

Former National Geographic editor-in-chief and Oregon State University alumnus Chris Johns will speak twice at OSU in coming weeks about storytelling through photography in different genres.

Oregon State University Art about Agriculture exhibit to visit Corvallis, Baker City, Newport

Art About Agriculture’s annual exhibition of agriculture and natural resource-themed artwork by Oregon State University’s College of Agricultural Sciences has started a statewide tour in Corvallis and will continue on to Baker City and Newport in the coming months.

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