November 14th, 2017
After graduating with a degree in mathematics, Judy Faucett (B.S.’70) enjoyed a successful career as an actuary in some of the country’s top firms.
The College of Science is delighted to have two doctoral students among the 24 young scientists and engineers selected as 2017 ARCS Foundation Oregon scholars.
The Career Development Advanced Career Bootcamp for science students will take place on Saturday, October 28.
Physics undergraduates had an outstanding summer in 2017! At least 20 physics undergraduates engaged in significant research projects all over the country, including OSU physics […]
Data-driven marketer and entrepreneur Kristin Luck will discuss one of the fastest-growing fields–data analytics–and its evolving role in industry and what it means for the […]
On November 2 and 3, 1500 K-12 students gather for Discovery Days on campus
Two College of Science alumni win awards from the Oregon State University Alumni Association.
Applications are now being accepted for our spring 2017 Cohort Science Communication Fellowship program.
LIFT Science is a new career development program that offers monthly roundtable discussions exploring disparities in the science workforce and kicks off on October 10 […]
Biochemistry professor, Kevin Ahern’s online textbook, Biochemistry Free For All, has just been released and is now available to download for iPads and […]
Although she describes herself as “an unlikely science student,” Biochemistry and Biophysics senior Lindsay Winkenbach can’t think of anything better than continuing her voyage of […]
Katherine Banowetz stands out as the only woman in her senior year physics class.
After graduation, microbiology senior Justin Frost heads to Boise, Idaho, to teach science in a public school as part of the Teach for America program.