Faculty Handbook & Promotion and Tenure Guidelines-
This online faculty handbook has over 15 chapters. OSU Promotion & Tenure Guidelines.
Policy for Mid-term Reviews for Tenure-Track Faculty
The Office of the Provost and Executive Vice President provides leadership and support to all of Oregon State University's academic colleges. This includes overseeing functions that enable success of the academic enterprise, including faculty and student services, information technology services, research and graduate program administration, and activities and initiatives for extension and distance and continuing education.
Oregon State University's 2004 Strategic Plan for the 21st Century continues the University's ambitious drive to rank among the ten best Land Grant universities in the nation. This updated Plan builds on OSU's long tradition of excellence in education, research, and outreach – and on the significant progress arising from the initial Strategic Plan and the University's first university-wide capital campaign.
Oregon State is one of only two land, sea, space and sun grant institutions in the U.S., and holds a top tier research designation from the Carnegie Foundation. The Research Office provides general support and information on research/scholarship endeavors.
Promotes the rights and welfare of human research participants, facilitates ethical research, provides guidance and support to the research community in the conduct of research with human subjects, and assists the research community in ensuring compliance with the standards set forth in the Code of Federal Regulations by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
The Office of Women's Advancement and Gender Equity is a newly established office that serves the entire OSU community. The office director reports directly to the Provost and President of the university and is a member on the President's Cabinet.
Your resource guide to multicultural communities and services at Oregon State University and beyond.
Oregon State University has long welcomed international faculty and scholars to teach, conduct research, and collaborate with colleagues on its campus. This link provides information about the various programs and opportunities available for faculty.
Provides various programs and support to both faculty and students on the OSU campus.
The site is designed to help you recognize, prevent and respond to issues of sexual harassment, and uses video clips to help you understand the different situations you and your friends might encounter. All OSU employees are required to complete this training.
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