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Anthropology

Nothing about us is without us November 29, 2022

How two applied anthropology program members are leading a national project to center community health worker voices

Heart Work November 29, 2022

New doctoral student brings years of experience as a community health worker and leader of the CHW Common Indicators Project to the Applied Anthropology track

The Kalapuya Seasonal Round November 09, 2022
"Native Salem" exhibit opens at Chemeketa - Salem Reporter: October 14, 2022

The exhibit, which debuted last fall at the Salem Art Association, tells the story of Kalapuyan history and culture.

Name change proposed for Lane County - KEZI: October 04, 2022

An organization in Eugene has proposed to change the name of Lane County to Kalapuya County to honor a Native American tribe that lived in the area long before American settlers.

OSU alum named White House Fellow - OSU Today: September 23, 2022

Even as its counterparts in the Pacific Northwest allowed their students to achieve a degree in Indigenous studies, Oregon State University for years did not.

Oregon State University researchers will embark in July on a 3½-year partnership with the Yurok Tribe to study what the connections between river quality, water use and the aquatic food web will look like after four Klamath River dams are dismantled.

The quest to save Oregon’s Kalapuya - The Oregonian: March 08, 2022

‘You lose a language, you lose a culture’

If dates hold, tracks would put people in New Mexico thousands of years earlier than thought

Economics

Several OSU Economics students were awarded the Steve and Nancy Buck Travel Award to attend the Pacific Northwest Regional Economic Conference in Hood River (May 2022) and the Western Economic Association International Conference in Portland (June 2022).

OSU Economics associate professor Paul Thompson quoted in the New York Times.

This campuswide award was based on Laura’s excellence on the following criteria:Attitude, Influence, Contribution, Involvement, and Professional Development.

Jax Richards named Truman Scholarship finalist - OSU Today: February 23, 2022

Oregon State University student Jax Richards has been selected as a finalist for the Truman Scholarship, considered one of the most prestigious and selective scholarships in the United States.

Researchers compared standardized math test scores of more than 340,000 high school students.

Julia Notz is determined to pave the way for women - Honors College: January 28, 2022

Across the U.S., there are approximately three men for every one woman majoring in economics, and that ratio has remained the same for over two decades.

Environmental Arts and Humanities Initiative

Check out this exhibit at OSU's Little Gallery.

Ethnic Studies

The Kalapuya Seasonal Round November 09, 2022
"Native Salem" exhibit opens at Chemeketa - Salem Reporter: October 14, 2022

The exhibit, which debuted last fall at the Salem Art Association, tells the story of Kalapuyan history and culture.

Name change proposed for Lane County - KEZI: October 04, 2022

An organization in Eugene has proposed to change the name of Lane County to Kalapuya County to honor a Native American tribe that lived in the area long before American settlers.

"For me it's like returning some of the heritage back to the area," David Lewis, assistant professor in SLCS said.

Even as its counterparts in the Pacific Northwest allowed their students to achieve a degree in Indigenous studies, Oregon State University for years did not.

What's in a name? A lot, especially if a particular place had a name, and another one was slapped on top of it.

Among the ranks of essential workers, there may be none more essential than the people who harvest food from farms. It is often done by hand in tough conditions, and those degraded further during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The quest to save Oregon’s Kalapuya - The Oregonian: March 08, 2022

‘You lose a language, you lose a culture’

Indigenous Studies

"For me it's like returning some of the heritage back to the area," David Lewis, assistant professor in SLCS said.

Even as its counterparts in the Pacific Northwest allowed their students to achieve a degree in Indigenous studies, Oregon State University for years did not.

Main

New Media Communication students working for Orange Media Network at Oregon State University have been nominated for national awards by the Associated Collegiate Press, College Media Association and College Broadcasters, Inc.

Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing

New Media Communications

New Media Communication students working for Orange Media Network at Oregon State University have been nominated for national awards by the Associated Collegiate Press, College Media Association and College Broadcasters, Inc.

Psychology

SPS doctoral students Emily Burgess and Christopher Hauck, and SPS undergraduate student, Emile De Pooter recently published a research paper with Mei-Ching Lien, professor of Psychology, at the journal of Attention, Perception, and & Psychophysics October 10, 2022
Emily Burgess selected as the recipient of the 2022 WAGS/ProQuest Distinguished Master’s Thesis Award in humanities, social sciences, education, and business disciplines October 04, 2022
OSU Psi Chi chapter has been designated as a 2021-22 Psi Chi Model Chapter! August 16, 2022
Angelina Conrow chosen for Best Honors Thesis Award June 14, 2022
Joanna DeMeyer Chosen for Johns Hopkins Center for American Indian Health Summer Institute Scholarship June 07, 2022
Ashlynn Barwig Chosen for 2022 Psychology Engagement Scholarship June 06, 2022
Math senior to research cross-cultural psychology for Fulbright - OSU College of Science: June 02, 2022
SPS Graduate Student Emily Burgess Chosen to Receive Lenore Bayley Graduate Scholarship March 30, 2022
Jessee Dietch, assistant professor of psychology, awarded the Fitbit Health Equity Research Initiative & funds from the Google Foundation to examine sleep health in transgender youth February 07, 2022
SPS Doctoral Candidate, Kalina Lamb Fahey, is the recipient of the 2022 IHS SIG Outstanding Trainee Award February 07, 2022

School of Communication

‘Virtual’ Visit to Mcminnville Results in Wins for OSU Forensics - Mark Porrovecchio / OSU Forensics: November 14, 2022

Oregon State University’s Forensics (speech and debate) Team attended the 92nd Annual Mahaffey Memorial Forensics Tournament at Linfield University in McMinnville, on November 11-13, 2022.

OSU Forensics Continues Their Success With Wins In The Inland Empire - Mark Porrovecchio / OSU Forensics: October 24, 2022

Oregon State University’s Forensics (speech and debate) Team attended the Steve Hunt Classic on October 7-9, 2022, at Lewis & Clark College, Portland. This was the first designated Northwest Forensics Conference (NFC) of the season and the first in-person

Osu Forensics Begins The 2022-2023 Season With In-Person Wins At Lewis & Clark Tournament - Mark Porrovecchio / OSU Forensics: October 10, 2022

New Media Communication students working for Orange Media Network at Oregon State University have been nominated for national awards by the Associated Collegiate Press, College Media Association and College Broadcasters, Inc.

OSU forensics finishes the season with debate wins - Mark Porrovecchio / OSU Forensics: March 16, 2022
OSU forensics ends regular season in fine form - Mark Porrovecchio / OSU Forensics: March 07, 2022
OSU Forensics Hosts and Wins at their ‘Virtual’ Tournament - Mark Porrovecchio / OSU Forensics: February 14, 2022
OSU Forensics starts the winter term with impressive showing - Mark Porrovecchio / OSU Forensics: January 31, 2022

School of History, Philosophy, and Religion

Professor of History Nicole von Germeten has been appointed as Interim Associate Dean in CLA August 08, 2022
Professor of Philosophy Jonathan Kaplan recently published an article in Biological Theory with Charles Roseman July 11, 2022
Professor of Philosophy Shari Clough has been engaged in a number of scholarship and outreach activities June 13, 2022
Christopher McKnight Nichols provided perspective on the history of mass shootings in the U.S and this type of violence in America May 31, 2022
The journal Rural Women’s History recently published an article written by Kathleen McHugh May 23, 2022
Professor of Philosophy Allen Thompson has been invited and will present two of his recent papers May 23, 2022

School of Language, Culture, and Society

Nothing about us is without us November 29, 2022

How two applied anthropology program members are leading a national project to center community health worker voices

Heart Work November 29, 2022

New doctoral student brings years of experience as a community health worker and leader of the CHW Common Indicators Project to the Applied Anthropology track

The Kalapuya Seasonal Round November 09, 2022
"Native Salem" exhibit opens at Chemeketa - Salem Reporter: October 14, 2022

The exhibit, which debuted last fall at the Salem Art Association, tells the story of Kalapuyan history and culture.

Name change proposed for Lane County - KEZI: October 04, 2022

An organization in Eugene has proposed to change the name of Lane County to Kalapuya County to honor a Native American tribe that lived in the area long before American settlers.

OSU alum named White House Fellow - OSU Today: September 23, 2022

"For me it's like returning some of the heritage back to the area," David Lewis, assistant professor in SLCS said.

Even as its counterparts in the Pacific Northwest allowed their students to achieve a degree in Indigenous studies, Oregon State University for years did not.

Oregon State University researchers will embark in July on a 3½-year partnership with the Yurok Tribe to study what the connections between river quality, water use and the aquatic food web will look like after four Klamath River dams are dismantled.

What's in a name? A lot, especially if a particular place had a name, and another one was slapped on top of it.

Among the ranks of essential workers, there may be none more essential than the people who harvest food from farms. It is often done by hand in tough conditions, and those degraded further during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The quest to save Oregon’s Kalapuya - The Oregonian: March 08, 2022

‘You lose a language, you lose a culture’

If dates hold, tracks would put people in New Mexico thousands of years earlier than thought

School of Psychological Science

SPS doctoral students Emily Burgess and Christopher Hauck, and SPS undergraduate student, Emile De Pooter recently published a research paper with Mei-Ching Lien, professor of Psychology, at the journal of Attention, Perception, and & Psychophysics October 10, 2022
Emily Burgess selected as the recipient of the 2022 WAGS/ProQuest Distinguished Master’s Thesis Award in humanities, social sciences, education, and business disciplines October 04, 2022
OSU Psi Chi chapter has been designated as a 2021-22 Psi Chi Model Chapter! August 16, 2022
Joanna DeMeyer Chosen for Johns Hopkins Center for American Indian Health Summer Institute Scholarship June 07, 2022
Ashlynn Barwig Chosen for 2022 Psychology Engagement Scholarship June 06, 2022
Math senior to research cross-cultural psychology for Fulbright - OSU College of Science: June 02, 2022
SPS Doctoral Candidate, Kalina Lamb Fahey, is the recipient of the 2022 IHS SIG Outstanding Trainee Award February 07, 2022
Jessee Dietch, assistant professor of psychology, awarded the Fitbit Health Equity Research Initiative & funds from the Google Foundation to examine sleep health in transgender youth February 07, 2022

School of Public Policy

Several OSU Economics students were awarded the Steve and Nancy Buck Travel Award to attend the Pacific Northwest Regional Economic Conference in Hood River (May 2022) and the Western Economic Association International Conference in Portland (June 2022).

Ukraine is still standing, over six months since Russia launched a full-scale invasion. It’s hard to remember that initially many expected that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s government wouldn’t last a week against the Russian military.

OSU Economics associate professor Paul Thompson quoted in the New York Times.

This campuswide award was based on Laura’s excellence on the following criteria:Attitude, Influence, Contribution, Involvement, and Professional Development.

Dr. Ana K. Spalding, Associate Professor of Marine and Coastal Policy in the School of Public Policy who will be speaking at an event at the the 7th Our Ocean Conference in the Republic of Palau.

Since 1988, the university has awarded the title of University Distinguished Professor to current OSU faculty members who have achieved national and international distinction for their contributions in research and creative work, teaching and mentoring.

Jax Richards named Truman Scholarship finalist - OSU Today: February 23, 2022

Oregon State University student Jax Richards has been selected as a finalist for the Truman Scholarship, considered one of the most prestigious and selective scholarships in the United States.

Researchers compared standardized math test scores of more than 340,000 high school students.

Julia Notz is determined to pave the way for women - Honors College: January 28, 2022

Across the U.S., there are approximately three men for every one woman majoring in economics, and that ratio has remained the same for over two decades.

School of Visual, Performing and Design Arts

School of Writing, Literature, and Film

Professor Neil Davison publishes new book on James Joyce's Dublin. - University Press of Florida: December 06, 2022
New Book Released by Assistant Professor Tekla Bude - University of Pennsylvania Press: March 01, 2022

Sociology

Speech Communication

‘Virtual’ Visit to Mcminnville Results in Wins for OSU Forensics - Mark Porrovecchio / OSU Forensics: November 14, 2022

Oregon State University’s Forensics (speech and debate) Team attended the 92nd Annual Mahaffey Memorial Forensics Tournament at Linfield University in McMinnville, on November 11-13, 2022.

OSU Forensics Continues Their Success With Wins In The Inland Empire - Mark Porrovecchio / OSU Forensics: October 24, 2022

Oregon State University’s Forensics (speech and debate) Team attended the Steve Hunt Classic on October 7-9, 2022, at Lewis & Clark College, Portland. This was the first designated Northwest Forensics Conference (NFC) of the season and the first in-person

Osu Forensics Begins The 2022-2023 Season With In-Person Wins At Lewis & Clark Tournament - Mark Porrovecchio / OSU Forensics: October 10, 2022
OSU forensics finishes the season with debate wins - Mark Porrovecchio / OSU Forensics: March 16, 2022
OSU forensics ends regular season in fine form - Mark Porrovecchio / OSU Forensics: March 07, 2022
OSU Forensics Hosts and Wins at their ‘Virtual’ Tournament - Mark Porrovecchio / OSU Forensics: February 14, 2022
OSU Forensics starts the winter term with impressive showing - Mark Porrovecchio / OSU Forensics: January 31, 2022

Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

Even as its counterparts in the Pacific Northwest allowed their students to achieve a degree in Indigenous studies, Oregon State University for years did not.