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During this extraordinary time with so many changes taking place in our communities, we want you to know that Advising is Open in the School of Language, Culture, and Society, and we welcome you to reach out. Please schedule an appointment or drop in during our ZOOM open office hours for support with your academic portfolio, concerns, questions about remote learning, resources, or simply to share conversation and community. Stay connected. Let us join you wherever you are.
You can also reach our advisors at this link: https://liberalarts.oregonstate.edu/slcs/advising or call: Karen Mills at 541-737-3847 or Nick Blum at 541-737-4515
You may also contact our School Director, Dr. Susan Bernardin via email.
COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS REMOTE ADVISING: https://liberalarts.oregonstate.edu/covid-19
COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS REMOTE TEACHING: https://liberalarts.oregonstate.edu/remote-teaching
The OSU Ag Ed Club is an opportunity for those interested in agricultural education, literacy and advocacy, a way they can participate in activities that will better themselves in their future careers in agriculture.
The CFFA is a service and professional development organization dedicated to promoting agriculture and agricultural advocacy.
The objectives of the Club shall be to: 1. Foster a close relationship among the Club members, students and faculty members at the University, and local professionals. 2. Encourage leadership among the Club members at local and national levels. 3. Encourage students with interests in food science and fermentation science to develop those interests. In order to implement the above objectives, the Board of Directors shall: 1. Develop and conduct events that contribute to the knowledge and stimulate the thought and vision of the Club members. These may include professional presentations, field trips, community outreaches, and other professional development opportunities. 2. Conduct activities that encourage the development of civic and social responsibility among the Club members. 3. Develop Club activities that challenge the potential talents of the Club members. (from Section 2 of the club's bylaws)
An official International Association of Students in Agriculture and Related Sciences (IAAS) USA Chapter club. This is an organization perfect for anyone interested in food, international development, travelling, environmental health and international opportunity.
The Nutrition and Dietetics Club at OSU has 5 meetings per term that focus on professional development and exploring nutrition as a career. The NDC also provides many volunteer opportunities for members that include on campus outreach and nutrition education, as well as outreach in the greater Corvallis community.
All volunteer student run organic farm for the past 15 years! Come to Thursday Night work parties 4:30pm to dark! Check out our website for directions to the farm! RUN! WALK! BIKE! DRIVE! Come join the farm!
The Student Sustainability Initiative (SSI) works to advance student efforts to create a culture of sustainability at Oregon State University through programming that fosters environmental, social, and economic justice.
This group is for vegans, vegetarians transitioning to veganism, or anyone who is interested in veganism and animal rights. We focus on doing outreach and educational events like tabling, documentary screenings, and hosting speakers.