Discoveries and news in research, student success, faculty engagement and alumni accomplishments.
After a sudden and disappointing end to a phenomenal season, award-winning point guard Mikayla Pivec has left a legacy at Oregon State that will be remembered long after she graduates.
Taylor Robinson (’19) credits the SP3 program with teaching her practically how to be her best, most confident self in the job market.
The College of Science announces Elisar Barbar as the new head of the Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics.
The Department of Chemistry hosts 6th International Frontiers in Metal Oxide Cluster Science Meeting, attracting attendees from around the world to OSU’s campus.
Biologist Jaga Giebultowicz published a new study with which suggests that the blue wavelengths produced by light-emitting diodes damage cells in the brain and retinas.
Mathematician is part of a $141K, one-year grant from Google to enhance and increase integration between computer science education and mathematics teacher education.
Mathematics senior Rachel Sousa found her passion in mathematical biology, motivated to work harder and break barriers in the notoriously male-dominated field.
Zelma Long (’65) is one of America’s best-known winemakers. Considered a pioneer in California wines, she is known for cultivating premium wines with scientific rigor.
The National Science Foundation has selected Mathematics Professor Malgo Peszynska to serve as rotating Program Director within its Division of Mathematical Sciences.
Ocean-based actions have greater potential to fill in gaps in climate change mitigation than previously appreciated, marine ecologist Jane Lubchenco explains in a paper published today in Science.
Biochemists Alvaro Estevez and Maria Franco discover an important breakthrough toward understanding why certain cells in the nervous system are prone to breaking down and dying.
Ecologist Sally Hacker helped lead a team of scientists who developed a mathematical model that predicts the evolution of the beach profile.