Oregon State Board of Trustees approves $1.3 billion budget

The Oregon State University Board of Trustees Friday approved an operating budget of $1.3 billion for fiscal year 2019.

Screenings of Oregon State University documentary set for Corvallis, Bend

Premiere screenings of a one-hour OPB “Oregon Experience” documentary that explores the 150-year history of Oregon State University are scheduled in early June in Bend and Corvallis.

 

Oregon State University, city of Corvallis dedicate Madison Avenue Gateway

Forty-five years after the idea was initially proposed, community organizers and leaders at Oregon State University and the city of Corvallis will celebrate the grand opening and dedication of the Madison Avenue Gateway Walk project on May 16.

OSU president calls for continued funding for OSU-Cascades

Oregon State University President Edward J. Ray today said that university leaders will work to secure state bonding to help support continued expansion of the OSU-Cascades campus and the construction of a student success center during the 2019 legislative session.

OSU launches new bike commuter rewards program

Oregon State University is starting a new program to encourage more students and employees to bike to the Corvallis campus

Investigation reveals cause of floor panel failure

The evaluations discovered that during a brief period of time the manufacturer used pre-heated wood materials

Questions about faculty unionization answered on website

The webpage includes frequently asked questions about faculty unionization

Oregon State purchases building for bioscience research

The Oregon State University Board of Trustees Monday approved the purchase of a Corvallis building that will serve as an OSU hub for biological and chemical science research.

New presidential residence discussed

The Oregon State University Board of Trustees Monday discussed plans to construct a new university presidential residence in Corvallis.

Bors chosen for Fulbright

Eleanor Bors, a postdoctoral scholar at OSU’s Marine Mammal Institute, is one of 16 scholars chosen for the State Department’s Fulbright Arctic Initiative.

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