MLK Legacy Award recipients

Award recipients were honored during MLK Peace Breakfast

White House appoints OSU professor to U.S. Nuclear Waste Technical Review Board

Brian Woods, professor and head of the School of Nuclear Science and Engineering in the Oregon State University College of Engineering, has been appointed by President Joe Biden to the U.S. Nuclear Waste Technical Review Board.

Oregon State Board of Trustees to discuss Elliott State Research Forest, preliminary tuition scenarios at Jan 19-20 meeting

The Oregon State University Board of Trustees will meet Jan. 19-20 and hear a briefing on the Elliott State Research Forest, discuss preliminary tuition scenarios and budget planning for the 2024 fiscal year and hear an update on the university’s strategic plan.

Writer Jelani Cobb to give keynote at Oregon State Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemoration

Oregon State University’s 41st annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemoration will take place during the next month with a series of events on the Corvallis campus, including a day of service, peace breakfast, march and keynote address by higher education leader and writer Jelani Cobb.

Two from Oregon State University named to list of world's top 1,000 female scientists

Two Oregon State University researchers are on a list, compiled by, of the world’s top 1,000 female scientists.

2022 Top 10 Stories

We count down our top news stories of the year

OSU's next strategic plan

The university is launching the development of OSU’s next strategic plan

Scott Vignos named vice president and chief diversity officer at Oregon State

Scott Vignos, who has served as Oregon State University’s interim vice president and chief diversity officer since fall 2021, has been named to the position on a permanent basis.

Ballinger receives national IT award

She has been recognized with the 2022 Info-Tech CIO Award in the Growth Leader category.

Author Sam Quinones addresses new reality of fentanyl, yet offers hope during Oregon State talk

Journalist and author Sam Quinones spoke about the grim reality that fentanyl and methamphetamine have caused across the United States while also offering reasons for hope amid a crisis that he said is killing thousands annually.