December 6th, 2016
The College of Science is proud to announce its 2016 Alumni Award recipients
The College of Science celebrated its 2016 Faculty and Staff Awards ceremony on October 17.
On November 2 and 3, 1500 K-12 students gather for Discovery Days on campus
Carl Wieman, a Stanford physicist Nobel Laureate and Corvallis native, presented the College of Science Fall Distinguished Lecture November 21, 2016.
Faculty, students and advisors in the College of Science received awards for exceptional research, teaching, and dedicated service at OSU’s 2016 University Day.
Brian Hanna (Physics M.S. ’91) is a recipient of the prestigious Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching.
Physicist Bo Sun has discovered a mechanism of intercellular communication that helps explain how biological systems function properly most of the time.
Our 2016 Scholarship Dessert brought together students, faculty, advisors, alumni and friends to celebrate our outstanding students and generous donors.
Graduates reflect on their experience in science and their education at OSU. Meet Justin, Lindsey, Jonathan and Katie.
Katherine Banowetz stands out as the only woman in her senior year physics class.
The Department of Physics’ annual Yunker Lecture features Meg Urry, the Israel Munson Professor of Physics and Astronomy at Yale University, on May 17, 2016.
Physics professor Janet Tate presents, “It’s a Materials World,” at the 2016 F.A. Gilfillan Memorial Lecture May 9 in LaSells Stewart Center.
Physics alumnus Shane Larson will discuss his career and his work with the LIGO project in a Q&A with science students.
Physics alumnus Shane Larson (B.S. ’91) will return to Corvallis to discuss the most important physics discovery of the century.
Three science faculty were honored by the Oregon Academy of Science for outstanding contributions to science and higher education in science and mathematics.
Professors across mathematics, physics and chemistry have received Oregon State University’s General Research Fund (GRF) awards this year.
The College of Science celebrated our 2016 Winter Teaching and Advising awards on January 12.
Alumna Carolyn Hennig (’64) remembers long years of struggling to pay for her science education which is what inspired her to establish an endowed scholarship.