April 20, 2021 SPS Dr. Regan Gurung cited - Meet the beauty community that just wants you to finish your makeup (Vogue)
April 05, 2021 Jessee Dietch, assistant professor of psychology and Kathleen Bogart, associate professor of psychology, received a grant from the Moebius Syndrome Foundation to study sleep health in children and adults with Moebius syndrome.
March 24, 2021 SPS Graduate Student Kalina Lamb Chosen for Thurgood Marshall Graduate Scholarship
March 15, 2021 SPS Professor Regan A. R. Gurung and a report from SPS Graduate Student Arianna Stone were featured in an article on learning in the pandemic in the American Psychological Association's Monitor magazine.
March 08, 2021 Kathy Becker-Blease, SPS Director and an expert on developmental trauma, including post-traumatic stress disorder featured in "COVID-19's disparate toll on Oregon, one year later" (Oregonian)
March 04, 2021 Study: Syllabus tone can have an impact on students
March 03, 2021 Using a warmer tone in college syllabi makes students more likely to ask for help, OSU study finds
March 03, 2021 Lessons of the Pandemic
February 26, 2021 Rooted in Culture: Oregon’s Wild Camas
February 19, 2021 The January 6th Capitol insurrection saw significant participation from women, writes Dr. Susan Shaw, WGSS Professor, in Ms. Magazine.
February 19, 2021 Many public school curricula using materials perpetuating conservative Christian beliefs, gender and race bias, writes WGSS Professor Dr. Susan Shaw in latest Ms. Magazine piece
February 18, 2021 New book released by Professor Richmond Barbour
February 05, 2021 In the name of COVID-19
January 11, 2021 Research Grant Awarded
January 04, 2021 Adapting for 2021: A Student’s Guide Regan A. R. Gurung
November 30, 2020 Indigenous peoples, in Oregon and beyond, are decolonizing maps
November 17, 2020 Native American Heritage Month Proclamation
November 17, 2020 Latino voters turned out in huge numbers this election.
November 03, 2020 OSU Professor Frank Bernieri Weighs in on QAnon Appeal
October 28, 2020 An Oregon State University Professor Wants to Decolonize Mapping by Recentering Indigenous Cartography
October 27, 2020 Indigenous cartographers work to decolonize mapping of traditional lands
October 12, 2020 OSU Anthropology Lecture Series fall season begins Friday, Oct. 2
October 12, 2020 OSU’s ‘Critical Questions’ literature and film discussion series opens with Malewitz lecture Oct. 28
October 02, 2020 Research position in Environmental Humanities
September 28, 2020 The US government took the land of Oregon’s native people 170 years ago this week