Inside the mind of researcher Sarah Rothenberg

January 16th, 2018

Inside the mind of researcher Sarah Rothenberg

“My goal is to mitigate methylmercury exposure. Methylmercury intake through rice ingestion differs from fish consumption because fish contains beneficial nutrients. Since rice does not, […]

 
Alumni spotlight: Kyle Haley, BS ’17

January 11th, 2018

Alumni spotlight: Kyle Haley, BS ’17

Kyle Haley graduated with his bachelor’s degree in Public Health with a concentration in Health Promotion and Health Behavior in Spring 2017. Since that time, […]

 
Furry friends find a new role

January 8th, 2018

Furry friends find a new role

Developmentally disabled kids get a little help from their family dog – and a passionate human

They’re said to be man’s best friend and now, four-legged friends of families with a developmentally disabled child are being trained to take on a […]

 

January 2nd, 2018

Video: She’s on a roll

Kinesiology student makes pitch for adapted bike program in Next Great Startup  

Undergraduate kinesiology student Ashley Haller found out about Oregon State’s campus-wide startup competition just a few weeks before it began. She had never heard of […]