Discoveries and news in research, student success, faculty engagement and alumni accomplishments.
The Learning Assistant program in the College of Science has reduced the drop-fail-withdrawal rate in several key courses by half and has become a model for other colleges at the university.
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 awarded 38 SURE Science awards of $5,500 to each student to conduct summer research in 2018.
The College of Science is co-sponsoring the Fall 2018 Northwest Regional GEM Getting Ready for Advanced Degrees (GRAD) Laboratory on campus Friday and Saturday, September 28-29, 2018.
The College of Science welcomes alumna Tamara Mitchell (’07) as its new Associate Director of Learning Experience Design.
The College combines both traditional and innovative approaches to make sure our science graduates are well prepared for lifelong success.
Edward Waymire, a widely admired professor of mathematics, has retired after 36 years of teaching and research at Oregon State University.
Chemist May Nyman is part of a five-year, $12.5 million National Nuclear Security Administration grant to study nuclear stewardship.
The College of Science launches highly innovative Science Professional Pursuits Program (SP3) offers a unique approach to career development with a 1-credit course, private networking and career events and 1-on-1 personal and professional coaching.
Lifelong professional development skills are taught in an award-winning workshop by alumna Dr. Carolee Bull.
Applications are now being accepted for our spring 2017 Cohort Science Communication Fellowship program.
A new monthly career development speaker series, LIFT Science (Leverage Inclusion for Thriving) offers engaging roundtable discussions for students about disparities in the science workforce.