February 28th, 2019
Physicist Bo Sun received the College of Science’s Science Research and Innovation Seed award that supports transformative science research.
Professor Stephen Giovannoni was recently published in Science Magazine
Professor Malgorzata Peszynska’s current NSF-funded research takes an interdisciplinary approach to models important for global climate and energy studies.
Melissa M. Schultz: Gone too soon
The College of Science has developed a new statistics option for mathematics students, the only program of its kind among public universities in Oregon.
Generous donor and alumni support enabled our faculty and students to interact and connect with a diverse, vibrant science community.
Claire Ostertag-Hill is using DNA sequencing and genetic screening tools to analyze virus genes
Integrative Biology alumna Megan Cook’s (’09) boundless enthusiasm for the ocean has taken her far
Chemistry alumna Karen Wooley’s (’88) exemplary academic career began at Washington University and continued at Texas A&M University.
In a career spanning 25 years, physics professor Janet Tate has skillfully balanced brilliant research, creative, cutting-edge collaborations and outstanding teaching and mentorship.
As Distinguished University Professor and Advisor in Marine Studies, Jane Lubchenco heads the development of a multi-million dollar new marine studies campus.
OSU Physics graduate and undergraduate students perform exceptionally well in the job market.
The College of Science congratulates Professor of Chemistry Vincent T. Remcho on being named the 2015 Oregon Scientist of the Year.