We’ve launched something new, something bold — a new institutional logo and brand style. Together they empower us to tell the full story of what our community does across Oregon and OUT THERE in the world.
Katie Erin Jeremiah spans industries as she oversees operations for her father’s rock-drilling and blasting company in six states and serves as a lawyer. How did she get there? An Oregon State degree for starters.
A microbial fuel cell that processes wastewater is helping one of Portland’s biggest brewpubs reduce water use while producing electricity. Dr. Hong Liu’s fuel cell at the Widmer Brothers’ brewery treats 1,000 gallons a day.
Todd Van Hess has worked at a cable company near Portland for over a decade, but without a degree, couldn’t move up. That’s where OSU Ecampus came in. While balancing a full-time job and a young family, Van Hess is pursuing a business degree online.
In his State of the University speech at the Oregon Convention Center, Oregon State president Ed Ray reaffirmed the university’s commitment to student retention and graduation and called on the Oregon Legislature to make higher education a priority.
We count our calories; we count our steps; we count the number of hours we sleep — all for the sake of being healthy and productive. New research from Oregon State finds making sex a priority helps employees stay happy and engaged at work.
Jamie Cheung brings designs to life as a product engineer at Columbia Sportswear Company. So when you go to a store like REI and purchase a great new ski beanie, there’s a good chance this 2013 alumna gave it her stamp of approval.