Nearby gas leak closes three OSU buildings

Three Oregon State University Corvallis campus buildings were evacuated and closed Tuesday afternoon after a contractor hit a gas line near the campus while working near northwest 25th Street and northwest Monroe Avenue.

Oregon State names interim chief diversity officer

Scott Vignos, assistant vice president for strategic diversity initiatives in Oregon State University’s Office of Institutional Diversity, has been named the university’s interim vice president and chief diversity officer.

Editor-in-chief of Science, former university chancellor to give keynote talk at Oregon State

Holden Thorp, editor-in-chief of Science journals, will give a keynote address on science, politics, and higher education in light of the pandemic on Sept. 14 as part of University Day at Oregon State University.

OSU to require proof of vaccination to attend university and athletic events, activities

CORVALLIS, Ore. – Oregon State University announced today that people attending designated university events and activities, including athletic events, concerts and conferences, will be required to show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test.

Oregon State, Guild Education create affordable pathway to degrees and certificates online for America’s workforce

A new collaboration between Oregon State University and Guild Education, involving some of the largest employers in the U.S., gives working adults access to Oregon State’s top-ranked online programs while significantly reducing or eliminating their educational debt.

Oregon State names new vice provost for extension and engagement, director of OSU Extension Service

Ivory W. Lyles, who prioritized the needs and challenges of the residents of Nevada as associate dean for engagement and director of extension for the University of Nevada, Reno, has been named Oregon State University’s new vice provost for extension and engagement and director of the OSU Extension Service.

OSU trustees authorize advancing wellness clinic lease with Samaritan Health Services

CORVALLIS, Ore. – The Oregon State University Board of Trustees on Tuesday approved the key terms of a proposed lease with Samaritan Health Services as part of a Corvallis campus wellness clinic that will provide expanded wellness and health care services to OSU students, faculty and staff as well as Benton County community members.

OSU ’21 grad surprised to learn she’s been promoted to Fulbright finalist

Originally an alternate, Ellen McPherson is now heading to Germany this fall

Laying the foundation for an exciting career

New architectural engineering cohort has big plans

Doing hard things is second nature when students’ education is on the line

The OSU Center for Child Development kept the doors open during the COVID-19 pandemic

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