Group photo of OSU's STEM diversity program

Meet the minds behind OSU's STEM diversity program

WGSS faculty members Dr. Susan Shaw and Dr. Nana Osei-Kofi bring the unique angles of intersectionality and systems of oppression theory to the Oregon State ADVANCE program.

student receives scholarship in virtual awards ceremony

Celebrating Faculty and Students!

Congratulations to our students who won scholarships and awards and to our faculty who earned promotions!

PhD Candidate Jennifer Venable

WGSS PhD Candidate Jennifer Venable hopes to make Cajun women's voices heard and recognized

Venable seeks to create space in academic scholarship for Cajun women's experiences and their contribution to Cajun culture.

Writing Romeo and Juliet

Editing The Bard: How OSU Students Modified Romeo and Juliet

A group of dedicated Oregon State University student writers and editors released a new version of William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet this past October.

Kali Furman, PhD Candidate in WGSS

"Don’t be afraid to get creative in both your teaching and assignments," Kali Furman, PhD Candidate in WGSS

Kali Furman, PhD Candidate talks about her passion for teaching and her research on the history of OSU's DPD program.

Oregon Governor signs bill involving testimony from WGSS PhD candidate Luhui Whitebear

Oregon Governor signs bill involving testimony from WGSS PhD candidate Luhui Whitebear

Whitebear testified for the new law, which calls for better reporting on missing and murdered Indigenous women.

The Heart of Corvallis

The Heart of Corvallis

Bre Miller helped turn the fledgling Corvallis Knights into a local pastime.

Oregon State University Juntos program family day

In Service of the Community

How research helps Oregon State’s Juntos Program get stronger.

Caring for mothers and babies

Caring for Mothers and Babies

A new Community Doula Program increases diversity of care for local expecting mothers.

Excerpt from Shelley Green's First Meal

Art for Social Justice

Julie Green’s series “First Meal” highlights exonerees’ joy and tragedy.