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Oregon State University plans to use $25 million from an anonymous donor to launch an expansion of its LaSells Stewart Center. It says the project will bring together music, theater and visual arts in a new arts and education complex.

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More than two dozen high school teams from across the country are converging on Corvallis this week, to test their scientific knowledge of oceans. KLCC’s Brian Bull reports.

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A new Oregon State University study shows forest fires have increased across the Pacific Northwest, with more severe blazes negatively affecting old growth forests.  KLCC’s Brian Bull reports.  

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Oregon State University has announced its new Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer. 

#IllGoWithYou Supports OSU Transgender Students

May 18, 2016
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A national campaign to support transgender people has made its way to Oregon State University. Some students and faculty are sporting a button with the phrase “I’ll Go With You.” Someone who wears the button is willing to accompany a transgender person into a potentially uncomfortable space.  

Photo by Richard Avedon

  DJ Spooky, a.k.a. Dr. Paul D. Miller, speaks with Eric Alan about the world premiere of his composition “Heart of a Forest” in Corvallis on May 18th The piece is based on his residencies in the H.J. Andrews Experimental forest, and merges electronic music with the OSU Wind Ensemble. DJ Spooky is a multi-media artist, author and hip-hop turntablist whose credits include collaborations with Yoko Ono, Chuck D of Public Enemy, and a residency at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. 

Benton County health officials have confirmed an outbreak of norovirus at Oregon State University.


OSU Applies For Permission To Research Industrial Hemp

Nov 8, 2015
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Faculty and professors at Oregon State University are seeking permission from the federal government to conduct research on industrial hemp.

Record Level Funding for OSU Research

Sep 11, 2015
oregonstate.edu

Research funding at Oregon State University has reached its highest level ever: $308 million for the fiscal year.

That money will support students, faculty, and the OSU infrastructure. Dr. Cynthia Sagers is the Vice President for Research. She says the increase in funding is linked to economic growth.

OSU Report Says Algae Blooms Are Poorly Monitored In U.S.

Aug 18, 2015
Joe Eilers

Blooms of toxic cyanobacteria, or blue-green algae, is increasingly creating a global health threat and poorly monitored in the U.S. That's according to a report released by scientists at Oregon State University and the University of North Carolina.

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