Pacific Northwest Warming Up

CORVALLIS, Ore. — The average temperature in the Pacific Northwest has increased from greenhouse gases, according to an Oregon State University study – the first regional study to isolate human causes. “When we study climate change, it’s a little bit like listening to a few bars of music,” said Philip Mote, a co-author of the … Continue reading »

Grant Supports Women in STEM

CORVALLIS, Ore. – A big win for women after Oregon State University was awarded a grant to promote more female faculty in the science and engineering fields. OSU received $3.5 million from the National Science Foundation. The money is going towards improving conditions for women in the STEM fields, or science, technology, engineering, and math. It … Continue reading »

New Parking System at OSU

CORVALLIS, Ore. — Parking permits are now for sale at Oregon State University, but the setup this year is different: the campus is turning to a zonal parking system. On Tuesday, a group of staff and faculty could purchase their new permits – only if they have had an OSU parking permit for the past … Continue reading »

Trending Now: OSU Oops, Cute Interview

EUGENE, Ore.– Here is what’s trending on Wednesday. Walmart makes a big oops on its OSU notebooks, Broadway announces the first ever African American Cinderella, and a 6 year old’s live interview turns him into an online sensation.

SSE: Lindsay Schnell Previews OSU Camp

Lindsay Schnell, national college football writer for Sports Illustrated, sits down with Stephen Nelson on Sunday Sports Extra to preview fall camp for the Oregon State Beavers.

OSU Develops Portable Radiation Detector

CORVALLIS, Ore. —  Nuclear engineers at Oregon State University have developed a breakthrough radiation detector that is small, portable and inexpensive. Abi Farsoni, an associate professor of nuclear engineering at OSU says the devices tell what kind of radiation is around those wearing them, how much, and if it’s a health risk, according to findings published … Continue reading »

OSU’s 13th President Passes Away

CORVALLIS, Ore. — The man credited for overseeing a period of significant for Oregon State University has passed away. Paul Risser died Thursday in Oklahoma. He served as OSU’s President from 1996 to 2002. Current OSU President Ed Ray says Risser helped re-energize athletic programs, increase enrollment and led the establishment of the Cascades campus … Continue reading »

Fungus Spreading Through Valley Wheat

CORVALLIS, Ore. –  Wheat farmers in Western Oregon may see a loss in yield this season due to a disease that is spreading through the Willamette Valley. Researchers at Oregon State University say “sharp eyespot,” a fungal disease, is infecting wheat fields throughout the entire valley. “About 2-3 weeks ago, everything should have been green if … Continue reading »

OSU Brothers Leave on Run Across Oregon

CORVALLIS, Ore. — Two brothers at Oregon State University left Monday morning to run more than a marathon a day for the next two months – but this is not the first time they have gone on a long journey. Jeremiah Godby, 21, and his older brother Isaiah Godby, 23, ran across the United States … Continue reading »

Brothers to Run Across Oregon

CORVALLIS, Ore. –  Two brothers will be running the equivalent of more than a marathon a day for two months – but these Oregon State University students are running across the state all to promote healthy living. Isaiah and Jeremiah Godby, both students in the College of Public Health and Human Sciences, are passionate about promoting exercise … Continue reading »

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