Science Pub talks on sharks and eclipse set for October in Corvallis and Lebanon

Oregon State University’s Science Pub events return in October with two talks, one in Corvallis focused on the secret lives of sharks and a second talk in Lebanon about the annular solar eclipse that will be visible in Oregon on Oct. 14.

Friday home game will impact Corvallis campus

Sept. 29 game impacts traffic, parking

Inaugural OSU Engagement Awards presented at conference

Provost Ed Feser (from left), Natchee Barnd, associate professor in the College of Liberal Arts; and Dr. Ivory Lyles, Vice Provost for Extension and Engagement. Barnd accepted the 2023 OSU-Community Partnership Engagement Award on behalf of his team. The awards were presented at the 2023 OSU Engagement Conference, held Sept. 5-6 at the CH2M HILL Alumni Center.

Remaining members of Pac-12 take legal action to confirm governance

Oregon State University and Washington State University, the two remaining members of the Pac-12 Conference, initiated legal action today to confirm the governance structure of the conference, gain access to business information, and protect the conference’s assets. This is a critical step that allows the two universities to continue to explore all options for preserving the conference going forward, according to Oregon State President Jayathi Murthy and Washington State President Kirk Schulz.

Oregon State University sets record with research awards totaling $480 million

CORVALLIS, Ore. – Bolstered by a big jump in funding from U.S. government agencies, Oregon State University’s research awards in the last fiscal year surged to $480 million, a university record.

Oregon State University trustees consider implications of Pac-12 departures

CORVALLIS, Ore. – Oregon State University President Jayathi Murthy and OSU Vice President and Director of Athletics Scott Barnes shared an update Friday with university trustees about the effects of recent developments with the Pac-12 Conference.

Oregon State initiative aims to create better pathways to higher education for minoritized communities in Portland area

Oregon State University is launching an initiative to create seamless pathways to higher education for Black, Indigenous and Latino communities in the Portland area through collaborating with organizations serving these communities.

Public invited to tour Reser Stadium, Health Center, Welcome Center at Aug. 19 open house

CORVALLIS, Ore. – The public is invited to tour Oregon State University’s completed Reser Stadium during an open house Aug. 19.