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Learn more about the College of Science!

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Engage in conversations with advisors, professors and current students about College of Science majors and experiential learning, and ask candid questions about finding community, living on campus and the best parts of living in Corvallis!

Check out the events below to learn how you can tour the College or join one of our "ask me anything" sessions to discover more about a specific major. Don't see an upcoming session in the major of your choice? Check out the recordings of past sessions at the bottom of the page!

Tour the College of Science

Join a virtual tour, led by the Peer Advisors. These virtual tours will introduce you to our nine majors, some of our classrooms and lab spaces, and answer your questions about student life at Oregon State University. Tours are held daily and every other Saturday during the Spring 2021 term.

Register for a daily weekday tour 
Register for a Saturday tour 

Ask Me Anything about Mathematics

Tuesday, April 13 at 4 p.m. PT
The panelists include Dr. Adel Faridani, Lead Academic Advisor and instructor in the Math Department; Sara Clark, advisor and instructor; Enrique Thomann, professor and associate head of the Math Department; and current undergraduate math students.

 

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Ask Me Anything about Chemistry

Thursday, April 22 at 4 p.m. PT
The panelists include Dr. Christine Pastorek, Lead Academic Advisor and instructor in the Chemistry Department; Dr. Margie Haak, an academic advisor and instructor who focuses on chemistry education; and current Chemistry students whose concentrations include forensic science, materials science, pre-medicine, and physical chemistry.

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Ask Me Anything about Physics

Tuesday, April 20 at 4 p.m. PT
The panelists include Dr. David McIntyre, Lead Academic Advisor and professor in the Physics Department; Henri Jansen, professor in Physics and the Associate Dean of Academic and Student Affairs in the College of Science; and current undergraduate physics students.

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Ask Me Anything about Being a Transfer Student

Tuesday, April 27 at 4 p.m. PT
The panelists include Melissa Lee, Transfer Student Manager at OSU; Jen Olarra, Science Success Advisor in the College of Science, and current OSU transfer students.

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Admitted student information sessions

Questions about your next step once you’ve been admitted? Wondering what next year will look like? Join one of our general admitted student information sessions. You will need to create an account and register through Beaver BaseCamp to attend these sessions.

Wednesday, April 7 at 4 p.m. PT 
Wednesday, April 21 at 5 p.m. PT 

Past Events

Ask Me Anything Biology and Zoology

The AMA panel included: Virginia Weis, OSU Distinguished Professor; Brock McLeod, lead academic advisor for biology and zoology majors; and Rhea Sellitto and Amy McVeety, biology majors. Timestamps in the caption of the YouTube video.


Ask Me Anything Biochemistry & Biophysics, and Biochemistry & Molecular Biology

The panelists include Dr. Kari van Zee, Lead Academic Advisor in the BB Department; Dr. Afua Nyarko, an Assistant Professor in the BB Department whose research focuses on modular protein domains; Dr. Maria Franco, an Assistant Professor in the BB Department whose research focuses on the role of redox signaling in the nervous system; and Rebecca France (BMB student) and Seth Pinckney (BB student). Timestamps in the caption of the YouTube video.


Ask Me Anything Microbiology and BioHealth

The panelists include Dr. Linda Bruslind, lead academic advisor in Microbiology; Dr. Rebecca Vega-Thurber, an associate professor in Microbiology whose research focuses on the effect of microorganisms on marine ecosystems; Dr. Kenton Hokanson, an instructor and advisor in Microbiology who also conducts research in neuroscience; and current microbiology junior Tina Vu and BioHealth Sciences senior Jacob Pederson. Timestamps in the caption of the YouTube video.