November 20th, 2020
A university is a vibrant, dynamic community of people and ideas, and despite a less-than-usual year, Beaver Nation continues to thrive.
Although the number of on-campus Corvallis students […]
Kelli Stetson (second from the right)
Many young athletes and sports fans dream of the big leagues, including second-year graduate students Alex Manzo and Kelli Stetson. Although those dreams […]
Star Trek may be known best as an enduring pop culture touchstone, but the science fiction show has also become a vehicle for teaching science, […]
“Schools want diversity in their population,” Carey says. “They like seeing students who aren’t all coming from chemistry, biology and biochemistry. Yes, you need science, […]
Rylie Tiffin first became interested in healthcare management during her junior year in high school, after a research project on employee engagement in hospitals led […]
John Paul (JP) Bigouette is not only one of Oregon State’s newest graduates, he’s also an epidemiologist who has landed his dream job.
Fresh from earning his PhD from the CPHHS, he’ll start a highly competitive two-year applied epidemiology […]
Starting a new job during a pandemic would challenge the most seasoned professional. But Tonya Johnson is thriving – and most importantly, so are her students. Every […]