Parents and Family
Northwest residents should channel fear of earthquake into pragmatic action
OThe Northwest will likely get a major earthquake in the near future; rather than take a fatalistic attitude or ignore the threat, residents and communities should begin preparing now, experts say.
Gift establishes professorship in “humanitarian engineering” at Oregon State
Oregon State University’s humanitarian engineering program now has one of the nation’s only endowed professorships in this emerging field.
A single wave of migration led to population of the Americas, genetic research shows
A single wave of migration from Siberia brought people across the Bering Land Bridge and into the Americas no more than 23,000 years ago, a new study of ancient and modern genetic information has found.
OSU researchers discover the unicorn – seaweed that tastes like bacon!
OSU researchers have patented a new strain of a succulent red marine algae called dulse that grows extraordinarily quickly
Bard in the Quad
A Midsummer Night's Dream, August 6-9 and 13-16
Hatfield Marine Science Center
50th Anniversary Schedule of Events
Teaching World Peace
From August 10-12, internationally renowned master teacher John Hunter will be leading a session on the World Peace Game for local teachers
Diet and Optimum Health
Eighth biennial conference, Sept 9-12