Oregon State Board of Trustees approve 10-year business forecast

The Oregon State University Board of Trustees on Friday approved a 10-year business forecast that includes initiatives to advance the university mission and provide for financial stability while OSU seeks to address shifts in national and statewide student demographics and manage increased expenses, including a substantial rise in employee retirement costs.

When Ideology Trumps Science

Why are some citizens in developed countries such as the United States less trusting of science, expert scientific consensus and government? Why are they, instead, prioritizing their ideological values? At the February 10 Science Pub Corvallis, Erika Wolters and Brent Steel, professors in the OSU School of Public Policy, will examine these questions.

Oregon State University names two distinguished professors

Oregon State University has named Yuji Hiratsuka and David Williams as its 2020 Distinguished Professor recipients, the highest academic honor the university can bestow on a faculty member.

MLK awards 2020

A number of OSU community members were honored at this year's Peace Breakfast

Forging a friendship on the road

Two Oregon State women discovered a kinship while carpooling

Faculty excellence helps OSU earn another top-5 national ranking for online education

For the third time in six years, Oregon State University is ranked as one of America’s five best providers of online education by U.S. News & World Report.

OSU Board of Trustees and committees to meet January 23-24

The Oregon State University Board of Trustees will meet on Friday, Jan. 24, to consider the university’s 10-year business forecast, amendments to its conduct of board meetings policy, the election of board officers, and the board’s 2020 work plan.

Use of all tobacco products now prohibited at all Oregon State University properties

Oregon State University has enacted an expanded policy prohibiting the use of any tobacco products on all university properties. OSU adopted a smoke-free campus policy for all students, employees and visitors in 2012.

Oregon State announces plan to develop student housing in Newport

Oregon State University announced plans Tuesday to develop and construct new student housing in Newport to support the university’s Marine Studies Initiative.

Seeking wholeness

Robyn Tanguay shares her journey as a trans woman

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