Team Oregon’s Pat Hahn ensures riders are safe, receives national recognition
“It’s not uncommon, for instance, to receive glorious hugs from your coworkers at the start and end of a teaching day. Undiminished pleasure comes, as well, from working with students, who make heavy and often deeply emotional investments in learning to ride or pushing their limits,” says TEAM OREGON Instructor Aria Minu-Sepehr.
The College of Public Health and Human Sciences’ Public Health Club hosted the Healthy Community Fair on the Memorial Union quad April 12 as part of National Public Health Week.
After 28 years in the heart of the Oregon State campus, TEAM OREGON Motorcycle Safety Program moved into a new home – the former DMV field office in South Corvallis.
TEAM OREGON, a motorcycle safety program at OSU’s College of Public Health and Human Sciences, has launched a new website.
Ride safely this summer! TEAM OREGON gives tips on “Conspicuity”, the ability to draw attention to yourself, even when others are not actively looking for you.