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Anthropology

Shortly after the end of the inaugural workshop to incorporate Indigenous studies into Oregon outdoor education, a Portland-area educator approached the presenters.

History-based video games allow their players to engage with the past in completely new ways. But like every medium, the genre still has limits.

A History of Native Peoples of the Eugene, Cascades & Coast Region - Eugene Cascades & Coast: September 30, 2021

The Eugene, Cascades & Coast region (Lane County) sits astride a diverse ecological landscape with lands on the Oregon coast, coast mountains, Willamette Valley prairies, Cascades foothills and high mountains.

Such stories are traditionally told in the cold of winter and not repeated after the "frogs start singing" in the spring.

Drain the Oceans - The First Americans - National Geographic: August 09, 2021

Clues from a 13,000-year-old skeleton and a submerged coastline reveal surprising insights about the first humans to arrive in the Americas.

Developers hired three Indigenous historians to help revamp the iconic educational computer game

Rooted in Culture: Oregon’s Wild Camas - Travel Oregon: February 25, 2021

Oregon’s beauty is not just rooted in its incredible landscape, it is the roots themselves that hold treasures.

Research Grant Awarded - Bryan Tilt: January 11, 2021

The team will research how communities engage in the dam removal process and how the ecosystem changes over the course of one of the largest river restoration projects in U.S. history.

College Student Services Administration

Shortly after the end of the inaugural workshop to incorporate Indigenous studies into Oregon outdoor education, a Portland-area educator approached the presenters.

Environmental Arts and Humanities Initiative

Art focused on nature’s ability to adapt and withstand despite the human-caused effects of climate change.

The latest in a series of artistic collaborations sparked by the structure of SARS-CoV-2.

Learn about the ghosts of the past and future at the Harvard Forest.

Ethnic Studies

Shortly after the end of the inaugural workshop to incorporate Indigenous studies into Oregon outdoor education, a Portland-area educator approached the presenters.

History-based video games allow their players to engage with the past in completely new ways. But like every medium, the genre still has limits.

A History of Native Peoples of the Eugene, Cascades & Coast Region - Eugene Cascades & Coast: September 30, 2021

The Eugene, Cascades & Coast region (Lane County) sits astride a diverse ecological landscape with lands on the Oregon coast, coast mountains, Willamette Valley prairies, Cascades foothills and high mountains.

Such stories are traditionally told in the cold of winter and not repeated after the "frogs start singing" in the spring.

Developers hired three Indigenous historians to help revamp the iconic educational computer game

Rooted in Culture: Oregon’s Wild Camas - Travel Oregon: February 25, 2021

Oregon’s beauty is not just rooted in its incredible landscape, it is the roots themselves that hold treasures.

Graphic Design

Oregon State Graphic Design Capstone Showcase webcast on June 3 - OSU Graphic Design : May 24, 2021

Main

Oregon State Graphic Design Capstone Showcase webcast on June 3 - OSU Graphic Design : May 24, 2021
OSU Theatre Spring One-Act Festival Premieres June 11 - OSU Theatre: May 19, 2021
Isolation Compilation - Mid-Valley Noise: May 13, 2021
Corvallis-OSU Symphony webcast set for May 25 - OSU School of Arts and Communication: May 05, 2021
OSU Music Technology and Production releases ‘Homeward' compilation EP May 18 - OSU Music Technology and Production Program: May 04, 2021
OSU Forensics team ends season on high note at Pi Kappa Delta national tournament - Mark Porrovecchio: March 24, 2021
OSU Forensics debater Robinson brings home championship from International Forensics Association tournament March 13-14 - Mark Porrovecchio: March 15, 2021
OSU Forensics team notches success at Pacific Southwest tournament Feb. 27-28  - Mark Porrovecchio: March 02, 2021
Bringing the Blues to Oregon - Eugene Weekly: February 15, 2021
Corvallis-OSU Piano International ‘Wider Visions’ series presents epidemiological collaboration ‘Transmission’ - Corvallis-OSU Piano International: January 29, 2021

Music

Isolation Compilation - Mid-Valley Noise: May 13, 2021
Corvallis-OSU Symphony webcast set for May 25 - OSU School of Arts and Communication: May 05, 2021
OSU Music Technology and Production releases ‘Homeward' compilation EP May 18 - OSU Music Technology and Production Program: May 04, 2021
Corvallis-OSU Piano International ‘Wider Visions’ series presents epidemiological collaboration ‘Transmission’ - Corvallis-OSU Piano International: January 29, 2021

Performance and Visual Arts Events

Corvallis-OSU Piano International ‘Wider Visions’ series presents epidemiological collaboration ‘Transmission’ - Corvallis-OSU Piano International: January 29, 2021

Psychology

SPS Professor Regan A.R. Gurung gave the APS-David Myers Distinguished Lecture on the Science and Craft of Teaching Psychological Science at the annual meeting of the Association for Psychological Science June 08, 2021
Congratulations to the 2020-21 SPS Undergraduate Student Award Winners June 08, 2021
24 SPS Undergraduates Present Research at Celebrating Undergraduate Excellence Event May 27, 2021
SPS Graduate Students Jessica Cavalli & Arianna Stone Chosen for Oregon Lottery Scholarships May 06, 2021
SPS Students Sakai Nakai and Jessica Olsen Receive 2021 Psi Chi WPA Regional Research Award May 03, 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. April 05, 2021
SPS Graduate Student Kalina Lamb Chosen for Thurgood Marshall Graduate Scholarship March 24, 2021
Study: Syllabus tone can have an impact on students - University Business: March 04, 2021
Lessons of the Pandemic - American Psychological Association (APA): March 03, 2021

School of Arts and Communication

Oregon State Graphic Design Capstone Showcase webcast on June 3 - OSU Graphic Design : May 24, 2021
OSU Theatre Spring One-Act Festival Premieres June 11 - OSU Theatre: May 19, 2021
Isolation Compilation - Mid-Valley Noise: May 13, 2021
Corvallis-OSU Symphony webcast set for May 25 - OSU School of Arts and Communication: May 05, 2021
OSU Music Technology and Production releases ‘Homeward' compilation EP May 18 - OSU Music Technology and Production Program: May 04, 2021
OSU Forensics team ends season on high note at Pi Kappa Delta national tournament - Mark Porrovecchio: March 24, 2021
OSU Forensics debater Robinson brings home championship from International Forensics Association tournament March 13-14 - Mark Porrovecchio: March 15, 2021
OSU Forensics team notches success at Pacific Southwest tournament Feb. 27-28  - Mark Porrovecchio: March 02, 2021
Bringing the Blues to Oregon - Eugene Weekly: February 15, 2021
Corvallis-OSU Piano International ‘Wider Visions’ series presents epidemiological collaboration ‘Transmission’ - Corvallis-OSU Piano International: January 29, 2021
OSU forensics team notches success in Viking Invitational tournament - Mark Porrovecchio: January 25, 2021
OSU Forensics Scores Virtual Wins at Great Salt Lake Invitational - Mark Porrovecchio: January 18, 2021

School of Language, Culture, and Society

Shortly after the end of the inaugural workshop to incorporate Indigenous studies into Oregon outdoor education, a Portland-area educator approached the presenters.

History-based video games allow their players to engage with the past in completely new ways. But like every medium, the genre still has limits.

A History of Native Peoples of the Eugene, Cascades & Coast Region - Eugene Cascades & Coast: September 30, 2021

The Eugene, Cascades & Coast region (Lane County) sits astride a diverse ecological landscape with lands on the Oregon coast, coast mountains, Willamette Valley prairies, Cascades foothills and high mountains.

Such stories are traditionally told in the cold of winter and not repeated after the "frogs start singing" in the spring.

Drain the Oceans - The First Americans - National Geographic: August 09, 2021

Clues from a 13,000-year-old skeleton and a submerged coastline reveal surprising insights about the first humans to arrive in the Americas.

Ellen McPherson hadn’t planned on moving to Germany in September.

Developers hired three Indigenous historians to help revamp the iconic educational computer game

Rooted in Culture: Oregon’s Wild Camas - Travel Oregon: February 25, 2021

Oregon’s beauty is not just rooted in its incredible landscape, it is the roots themselves that hold treasures.

In the name of COVID-19 - Oxford Academic: January 20, 2021

Legitimizing the exclusion of community participation in Ecuador’s health policy: Special call: Health Promotion Perspectives on the COVID-19 Pandemic

School of Psychological Science

School of Writing, Literature, and Film

New book by Professor Richmond Barbour

Speech Communication

OSU Forensics team ends season on high note at Pi Kappa Delta national tournament - Mark Porrovecchio: March 24, 2021
OSU Forensics debater Robinson brings home championship from International Forensics Association tournament March 13-14 - Mark Porrovecchio: March 15, 2021
OSU Forensics team notches success at Pacific Southwest tournament Feb. 27-28  - Mark Porrovecchio: March 02, 2021
OSU forensics team notches success in Viking Invitational tournament - Mark Porrovecchio: January 25, 2021
OSU Forensics Scores Virtual Wins at Great Salt Lake Invitational - Mark Porrovecchio: January 18, 2021

Theatre

OSU Theatre Spring One-Act Festival Premieres June 11 - OSU Theatre: May 19, 2021

Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

World Languages and Cultures

Ellen McPherson hadn’t planned on moving to Germany in September.