OSU Science Pub focuses on influence of Black Lives Matter

The influence of the Black Lives Matter movement, which has gained prominence this year with protests over killings of Black people in the United States, will be the focus of a virtual Oregon State University Science Pub on July 13.

Love of math fuels passion for tutoring

Bruno Barbosa helped create online tutoring center for math students

Higher education leader Alexander assumes presidency at Oregon State

F. King Alexander, a prominent national advocate for public higher education, today becomes Oregon State University’s 15th president.

Oregon State President Ed Ray leaves a legacy of leadership and transformation

In 17 years at the helm of Oregon State University, President Edward J. Ray has led a dynamic transformation, fueling unprecedented momentum and widespread impact for the state’s largest public university.

Employee Assistance Program expanded into Beyond Benefits

Starting July 1, Oregon State employees will have access to a new program called “Beyond Benefits" 

Oregon State University, faculty union adopt inaugural contract

The faculty union at Oregon State University was certified in June 2018 and represents teaching and research faculty across the university, including all OSU locations in the state

Oregon State President strongly supports U.S. Supreme Court DACA decision

Oregon State University President Edward J. Ray released the following statement about the opinion this morning by the U.S. Supreme Court regarding the future of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. The case is known as Department of Homeland Security v. Regents of the University of California.

Oregon State University, faculty union adopt inaugural contract

United Academics of Oregon State University and university leaders have signed and adopted an inaugural collective bargaining agreement for the faculty union.

Alan Robinson in memoriam

'Confident leader' developed nuclear science program

OSU-Cascades students and alumni contribute to COVID-19 testing in Bend

Risa Christie, Alaric Hartsock and Jessica Thomas were among 70 trained field staff knocking on doors of randomly selected homes in late May in Bend as part of Oregon State University’s TRACE-COVID-19 study to help understand the prevalence of the virus in the community.

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