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Anthropology

The researchers say their findings underscore the need for better training for medical professionals as well as structural support within the health care system.

Engaging Klamath River community perspectives - College of Liberal Arts: January 19, 2024

OSU researchers seek social responses on prospective dam removals

Elizabeth was selected as the recipient of Award for the Humanities, Social Sciences, Education, and Business category.

David Lewis writes histories of Willamette Valley Tribes - Smoke Signals: September 14, 2023

Some 170 years after European settlers invaded the Willamette Valley and made it their own, the other side of the story is being told in greater depth and detail by Tribal descendants.

Archaeologists have found evidence that humans occupied a site near the Eastern Oregon town of Riley more than 18,000 years ago.

he US Board on Geographic Names unanimously approved and then announced on April 13 the name change to Mount Halo, a reference in honor of Chief Halito of the Yoncalla Kalapuya Tribe, according to Kerry Tymchuk, the Boyle Family executive director of the

For months at a time, Oregon State University archaeology students worked to uncover secrets from the past. For 10 years, they set up along the Salmon River near where the borders of Oregon, Washington and Idaho all meet.

Oregon State University students now have the opportunity to enhance their degree with a minor in Indigenous studies, which not only covers Indigenous histories but contemporary issues Indigenous communities face today as well.

Projectile points from the Cooper's Ferry site in Idaho help prove that people may have been settled in North America 3,000 years earlier than previously thought.

Purple Prairie - Oregon Humanities: January 11, 2023

Tribal members and conservationists are trying, camas patch by camas patch, to create a patchwork of native prairie in the Willamette Valley.

The hottest West Coast tech 16,000 years ago was a “projectile point” for hunting game. Though tiny, the artifact tells an outsize tale.

Indoor farming isn't just for the rich - Axios: January 06, 2023

Career Services

College Student Services Administration

The on-campus, and now Ecampus, master’s program celebrates its 50 year anniversary with a new director and intention to establish a new emphasis on collegiate athletics within student affairs

Economics

Associate Professor Paul Thompson on Marketplace

Ethnic Studies

How a Local Audubon Society is Reckoning With It's Namesake

David Lewis writes histories of Willamette Valley Tribes - Smoke Signals: September 14, 2023

Some 170 years after European settlers invaded the Willamette Valley and made it their own, the other side of the story is being told in greater depth and detail by Tribal descendants.

Winners of Oregon State University’s first Engagement Awards were honored during the inaugural OSU Engagement Conference Sept. 5 at the CH2M Hill Alumni Center on the Corvallis campus.

Living-learning communities enable students to participate in academic and personal development under a shared topic.

Women are often the de facto leaders in community change, social movements, and political groundswells. So why are only 19% of Wikipedia biographies about them?

For months at a time, Oregon State University archaeology students worked to uncover secrets from the past. For 10 years, they set up along the Salmon River near where the borders of Oregon, Washington and Idaho all meet.

Oregon State University students now have the opportunity to enhance their degree with a minor in Indigenous studies, which not only covers Indigenous histories but contemporary issues Indigenous communities face today as well.

Purple Prairie - Oregon Humanities: January 11, 2023

Tribal members and conservationists are trying, camas patch by camas patch, to create a patchwork of native prairie in the Willamette Valley.

History

Aimee Davila Hisey is passionate about her research. Hisey, a history instructor and academic advisor for the applied humanities program, is currently researching the circulation of medical knowledge among Jewish practitioners in Spanish America

Indigenous Studies

he US Board on Geographic Names unanimously approved and then announced on April 13 the name change to Mount Halo, a reference in honor of Chief Halito of the Yoncalla Kalapuya Tribe, according to Kerry Tymchuk, the Boyle Family executive director of the

Oregon State University students now have the opportunity to enhance their degree with a minor in Indigenous studies, which not only covers Indigenous histories but contemporary issues Indigenous communities face today as well.

Main

OSU forensics braves wintry weather to secure impressive wins In Utah - OSU Forensics / Mark Porrovecchio: January 15, 2024
OSU Forensics Wins While Playing Virtual Host To National Competition - OSU Forensics / Mark Porrovecchio: December 04, 2023
OSU Forensics secures online wins at Linfield University - OSU Forensics / Mark Porrovecchio: November 13, 2023
OSU Forensics is on a hot streak in chilly Spokane - OSU Forensics / Mark Porrovecchio: October 31, 2023
Faculty and staff from the College of Liberal Arts and PRAx received awards at University Day 2023 - Faculty and staff from the College of Liberal Arts and PRAx received awards at University Day 2023: September 19, 2023

U.S. News & World Report’s list of Best Online Bachelor’s in Psychology Programs ranks Oregon State Ecampus No. 1 overall, a distinction that solidifies the university’s reputation as a national leader in online education.

Aimee Davila Hisey is passionate about her research. Hisey, a history instructor and academic advisor for the applied humanities program, is currently researching the circulation of medical knowledge among Jewish practitioners in Spanish America

Tom Mcall Memorial Lecture, Why We Fight, Career Week, Research and more!

Master of Arts in English

Master of Public Policy

OSU has been ranked as one of the nation’s best colleges for online master’s programs in public policy. Just six percent of regionally accredited postsecondary institutions earned a ranking position.

MPP Energy Policy Concentration

OSU has been ranked as one of the nation’s best colleges for online master’s programs in public policy. Just six percent of regionally accredited postsecondary institutions earned a ranking position.

PhD in Public Policy

PhD student Rafiuddin Najam awarded the prestigious Robert S. McNamara Fellowship with the World Bank Development Economics Vice Presidency, Development Impact Evaluation (DIME) Department.

Psychology

Oregon State University's online bachelor's degree in psychology has been ranked No. 2 in the nation by U.S. News & World Report - U.S. News & World Report: February 07, 2024

Professor Mei-Ching Lien study provides evidence that multitasking does not make people more vulnerable to visual distractors

Associate Professor of Psychology Dr. Kathleen Bogart is co-directing the conference "Abnormal No More: A DARN Conference on Incorporating Disability into the Teaching of Psychology." October 04, 2023
In Psychology Today, Professor Jason McCarley co-authored an article about how organizations can save money by reducing workplace distractions. October 04, 2023
Learning to study like a champion - Essex News Daily: September 25, 2023
GTA Joseph Slade wins the the 2023 APAGS/Psi Chi Junior Scientist Fellowship - American Psychological Association of Graduate Students (APAGS): September 20, 2023

View photos from the 2023 Psychology Graduation Celebration

Assistant Professor of Psychology, Ivan Carbajal, has been accepted into the competitive Microsabbatical at Princeton Psychology May 15, 2023
John Richmond Sy to Receive Thurgood Marshall Award April 14, 2023

Public Policy

PhD student Rafiuddin Najam awarded the prestigious Robert S. McNamara Fellowship with the World Bank Development Economics Vice Presidency, Development Impact Evaluation (DIME) Department.

OSU has been ranked as one of the nation’s best colleges for online master’s programs in public policy. Just six percent of regionally accredited postsecondary institutions earned a ranking position.

Religious Studies

School of Communication

OSU Forensics does impressively at a regional favorite - OSU Forensics / Mark Porrovecchio: February 12, 2024
OSU Forensics scores multiple wins at regional favorite - OSU Forensics / Mark Porrovecchio: January 29, 2024
OSU forensics braves wintry weather to secure impressive wins In Utah - OSU Forensics / Mark Porrovecchio: January 15, 2024
OSU Forensics Wins While Playing Virtual Host To National Competition - OSU Forensics / Mark Porrovecchio: December 04, 2023
OSU Forensics secures online wins at Linfield University - OSU Forensics / Mark Porrovecchio: November 13, 2023
OSU Forensics is on a hot streak in chilly Spokane - OSU Forensics / Mark Porrovecchio: October 31, 2023
Bill Loges' Passing June 12, 2023
From Sea to Degree May 29, 2023
OSU Forensics ends the season crowning two international champions - Mark Porrovecchio / OSU Forensics: March 20, 2023
OSU Forensics ends the regular season with competitive successes - Mark Porrovecchio / OSU Forensics: March 06, 2023
OSU Forensics ‘Virtually’ Hosts, And Wins At, Their Own Tournament - Mark Porrovecchio / OSU Forensics: February 13, 2023

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 Starts 2023 With Competitive Wins at Regional Designated - Mark Porrovecchio / OSU Forensics: January 30, 2023

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.

School of History, Philosophy and Religion

Aimee Davila Hisey is passionate about her research. Hisey, a history instructor and academic advisor for the applied humanities program, is currently researching the circulation of medical knowledge among Jewish practitioners in Spanish America

School of Language, Culture, and Society

How a Local Audubon Society is Reckoning With It's Namesake

Oregon State alum develops skills online to impact lives in his community and beyond

La Poétique de la Trace et Tamazgha - Tamazgha Studies Journal: February 12, 2024

The researchers say their findings underscore the need for better training for medical professionals as well as structural support within the health care system.

Spanish so White! - Latina@ Stories: February 05, 2024

In this episode, I discuss Spanish teaching and learning with professor Adam Schwartz and his new book Spanish so White: Conversations on the Inconvenient Racism of ‘Foreign’ Language Education, published in 2023.

Engaging Klamath River community perspectives - College of Liberal Arts: January 19, 2024

OSU researchers seek social responses on prospective dam removals

The on-campus, and now Ecampus, master’s program celebrates its 50 year anniversary with a new director and intention to establish a new emphasis on collegiate athletics within student affairs

Elizabeth was selected as the recipient of Award for the Humanities, Social Sciences, Education, and Business category.

David Lewis writes histories of Willamette Valley Tribes - Smoke Signals: September 14, 2023

Some 170 years after European settlers invaded the Willamette Valley and made it their own, the other side of the story is being told in greater depth and detail by Tribal descendants.

Archaeologists have found evidence that humans occupied a site near the Eastern Oregon town of Riley more than 18,000 years ago.

he US Board on Geographic Names unanimously approved and then announced on April 13 the name change to Mount Halo, a reference in honor of Chief Halito of the Yoncalla Kalapuya Tribe, according to Kerry Tymchuk, the Boyle Family executive director of the

Living-learning communities enable students to participate in academic and personal development under a shared topic.

Women are often the de facto leaders in community change, social movements, and political groundswells. So why are only 19% of Wikipedia biographies about them?

For months at a time, Oregon State University archaeology students worked to uncover secrets from the past. For 10 years, they set up along the Salmon River near where the borders of Oregon, Washington and Idaho all meet.

Oregon State University students now have the opportunity to enhance their degree with a minor in Indigenous studies, which not only covers Indigenous histories but contemporary issues Indigenous communities face today as well.

Projectile points from the Cooper's Ferry site in Idaho help prove that people may have been settled in North America 3,000 years earlier than previously thought.

Purple Prairie - Oregon Humanities: January 11, 2023

Tribal members and conservationists are trying, camas patch by camas patch, to create a patchwork of native prairie in the Willamette Valley.

The hottest West Coast tech 16,000 years ago was a “projectile point” for hunting game. Though tiny, the artifact tells an outsize tale.

Indoor farming isn't just for the rich - Axios: January 06, 2023

School of Psychological Science

U.S. News & World Report’s list of Best Online Bachelor’s in Psychology Programs ranks Oregon State Ecampus No. 1 overall, a distinction that solidifies the university’s reputation as a national leader in online education.

School of Public Policy

Faculty and staff from the College of Liberal Arts and PRAx received awards at University Day 2023 - Faculty and staff from the College of Liberal Arts and PRAx received awards at University Day 2023: September 19, 2023

PhD student Rafiuddin Najam awarded the prestigious Robert S. McNamara Fellowship with the World Bank Development Economics Vice Presidency, Development Impact Evaluation (DIME) Department.

Associate Professor Paul Thompson on Marketplace

Catalina Harmon MPP Defense June 13, 2023
Mahmood Muttaqee PhD Dissertation Defense, June 12, 11 AM June 12, 2023
Tera Finley MPP Essay Defense June 09, 2023
Sheila Bonkoski MPP Defense June 05, 2023
Elena Doss MPP Defense June 02, 2023
David Sweeney Master of Public Policy Defense June 01, 2023
Jonathan Ruff PhD Dissertation Defense May 29, 2023
RAVYN CERVANTES Master of Public Policy Defense May 26, 2023
Trisha Patterson Master of Public Policy Defense May 26, 2023
Emily Mowers Master of Public Policy Defense, May 22, 2023

OSU has been ranked as one of the nation’s best colleges for online master’s programs in public policy. Just six percent of regionally accredited postsecondary institutions earned a ranking position.

Tom Mcall Memorial Lecture, Why We Fight, Career Week, Research and more!

School of Visual, Performing and Design Arts

Faculty and staff from the College of Liberal Arts and PRAx received awards at University Day 2023 - Faculty and staff from the College of Liberal Arts and PRAx received awards at University Day 2023: September 19, 2023

School of Writing, Literature, and Film

Tekla Bude Wins Anne Middleton Book Prize - International Piers Plowman Society: July 09, 2023
SWLF Alum Brandt Bridges Selected for Fulbright Fellowship - Oregon State University: April 19, 2023
Sindya Bhanoo wins Oregon Book Award - OPB: April 06, 2023
SWLF Pilots Faculty Exchange Program with University of Warsaw - American Studies Center, University of Warsaw: March 29, 2023
Three SWLF students selected as Fulbright Semi-Finalists - Oregon State National and Global Scholarships Advising: February 07, 2023
MFA Professor Sindya Bhanoo nominated for more prestigious awards! - PEN America and Oregon Literary Arts: January 25, 2023

Sociology

Speech Communication

OSU Forensics does impressively at a regional favorite - OSU Forensics / Mark Porrovecchio: February 12, 2024
OSU Forensics scores multiple wins at regional favorite - OSU Forensics / Mark Porrovecchio: January 29, 2024
OSU forensics braves wintry weather to secure impressive wins In Utah - OSU Forensics / Mark Porrovecchio: January 15, 2024
OSU Forensics Wins While Playing Virtual Host To National Competition - OSU Forensics / Mark Porrovecchio: December 04, 2023
OSU Forensics secures online wins at Linfield University - OSU Forensics / Mark Porrovecchio: November 13, 2023
OSU Forensics is on a hot streak in chilly Spokane - OSU Forensics / Mark Porrovecchio: October 31, 2023
OSU Forensics ends the season crowning two international champions - Mark Porrovecchio / OSU Forensics: March 20, 2023
OSU Forensics ends the regular season with competitive successes - Mark Porrovecchio / OSU Forensics: March 06, 2023
OSU Forensics ‘Virtually’ Hosts, And Wins At, Their Own Tournament - Mark Porrovecchio / OSU Forensics: February 13, 2023

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 Starts 2023 With Competitive Wins at Regional Designated - Mark Porrovecchio / OSU Forensics: January 30, 2023

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.

Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies

Oregon State alum develops skills online to impact lives in his community and beyond

World Languages and Cultures

La Poétique de la Trace et Tamazgha - Tamazgha Studies Journal: February 12, 2024
Spanish so White! - Latina@ Stories: February 05, 2024

In this episode, I discuss Spanish teaching and learning with professor Adam Schwartz and his new book Spanish so White: Conversations on the Inconvenient Racism of ‘Foreign’ Language Education, published in 2023.