June 20th, 2017
The College graduated a record 629 students with baccalaureate degrees, 64 master’s and 66 doctoral students in 2016-17.
Senior Karianna Crowder has always loved animals and thrown herself passionately into whatever she does at at Oregon State, in the community and abroad.
Biologist Virginia Weis is one of eight researchers selected for a new $14 million NSF program for enabling discovery through genomic tools.
Marine biologist Jane Lubchenco and an international team of scientists have found that marine reserves can help protect the planet from global warming.
A three-year survey of the California Current System found persistent, highly acidified water throughout this ecologically critical nearshore habitat.
The College of Science congratulates 18 faculty who received promotions and/or tenure for the 2016-17 academic year.
Thirty-four science majors presented their research at the Celebrating Undergraduate Excellence event sponsored by the Division of Undergraduate Studies.
Dr. Harry W. Greene, an ecologist at Cornell University, will present the second annual Robert M. Storm Distinguished Lecture May 31, 2017.
Congratulations to senior chemistry instructor Daniel Myles and biochemistry and biophysics professor Kevin Ahern for winning the very first Oregon State Phi Beta Kappa Society […]
Photos from biologist Robert Mason’s wonderful talk on snakes, sex and scents.
In the Galapagos Islands, scientists from Oregon State University and Brown University examined the relationships among predatory fishes, urchins, algae, sea lions and sharks.
Go Beavs! Sixteen science majors who are members of an OSU athletics team were recognized for their achievement in maintaining at least a 3.0 GPA […]
The first fossilized red blood cells from a mammal were discovered to contain a parasite, Babes micro, which still infects humans and other animals today.
Evidence of an orchid fossil trapped in Baltic amber that dates back some 45 to 55 million years ago is identified, shattering the previous record. […]
Corvallis’s premier community event, 2017 Da Vinci Days will feature talks by Oregon State scientists and mathematicians, Benjamin Dalziel and Tom Dick.
Given the risks of climate change, scientists are moving beyond their traditional comfort zone and speaking out about the public value of their research.
Zoology Alumnus Greg Serrurier’s perspective on climate change has shifted over the years and he is now considering how to make a greater impact.
Three science students and alumni have received prestigious Fulbright Awards for the 2017-2018 academic year.
More than 1,500 elementary school children will participate in Discovery Days, one of OSU’s most popular and beloved traditions, on May 2-3, 2017.