OSU vice provost of enrollment management receives award for his writing

The John B. Muir Editor’s Award recognizes the efforts of members who produce articles, blogs, podcasts and videos

2020-21 Provost Fellows

Chrissa Kioussi and Inara Scott have been selected as Provost Fellows 

OSU mourns death of longtime Educational Opportunities Program director Larry Griggs

Lawrence F. Griggs, a longtime Oregon State University director and community leader who devoted decades to helping underrepresented and nontraditional students succeed and thrive, has died.

Oregon State honored for third straight year with national diversity and inclusion award

For the third consecutive year, Oregon State University has received a national award that honors colleges and universities for having a campus culture committed to diversity and inclusion.

Acclaimed author kicks off seminar on ecology, evolution and conservation biology of pandemics

CORVALLIS, Ore. – Science journalist David Quammen, author of 16 books including “Spillover: Animal Infections and the Next Human Pandemic” in 2012, will give a virtual public presentation at 3 p.m. Friday to kick off the Oregon State University seminar series, “What can ecology, evolution and conservation biology contribute to understanding global pandemics?”

Child care, camps available for kids of OSU parents

Our Little Village, Kid Spirit among those to offer help

Oregon State Board of Trustees receives updates on COVID-19 safety plan, budget

The Oregon State University Board of Trustees heard updates during a special meeting Thursday on the university’s budget, OSU’s fall COVID-19 resumption plan, and the university’s public safety plans for the Corvallis campus.

OSU University Day speaker calls for advancing higher education opportunity for diverse students

National higher education leader Freeman Hrabowski, keynote speaker at Oregon State University’s annual University Day event Tuesday called on U.S. higher education leaders to look in the mirror to understand what they can do to improve access and inclusion for students from a variety of backgrounds.

OSU University Day speaker calls for advancing higher education opportunity for diverse students

National higher education leader Freeman Hrabowski called on U.S. higher education leaders to look in the mirror to understand what they can do to improve access and inclusion for students from a variety of backgrounds.

Fifth round of Corvallis TRACE-COVID-19 sampling postponed again as smoke persists

CORVALLIS, Ore. – Oregon State University is again postponing its fifth round of door-to-door sampling in Corvallis for the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19 because of continuing poor air quality caused by wildfires in the Pacific Northwest.

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