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The Creative Forest

Faculty in OSU's School of Arts and Communication collaborated with OSU Extension to make interdisciplinary visits to the Hopkins Demonstration Forest the central experience of their Spring 2015 syllabus.

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Amy Bourne

Bourne to teach

College of Business instructor Amy Bourne has a passion for educating others, and that zeal greatly benefits the students in her Ecampus online classes.

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Ana Lucia Fonseca helps a student during Fiestas

Outreach to Hispanic youth

Four OSU programs were recognized by the White House for their efforts to provide underserved Hispanic students with educational opportunities.

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As Portland falls hard for cider with an edge, OSU Professional and Continuing Education has partnered with a team of cider makers to host the Craft Cidery Startup Workshop.

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Vice Provost Scott Reed
Vice Provost Scott Reed

Celebrating and Exploring Different Pathways to Community Engagement

The 2016 Outreach and Engagement Colloquium brought Dr. Timothy K. Eatman to the OSU campus to engage with diverse audiences April 11 and April 12. Conversations with students, discussions around promotion and tenure for engaged scholars, and more complimented his keynote address: Publicly Engaged Scholarship for the 21st Century: BEWARE OF SHRINKING IMAGINATION. View his keynote presentation.

Learn more about Dr. Eatman, including a report titled "Scholarship in Public: Knowledge Creating and Tenure Policy in the Engaged University," co-written with Dr. Julie Ellison. 

Find a list of the twelve award winners for the Vice Provost Awards of Excellence, Alberta B. Johnston Awards for Extension Excellence, and the inaugural Culture of Engagement Award.

View four, Ignite-style community engagement presentations and abstracts and posters showcased at the colloquium.


When you’ve got a gardening question, try tapping out a local phone number for a customized answer instead of delving into the impersonal Internet. The one-to-one contact could mean the difference between success and failure.
Initiatives that are under way at Oregon State University and among other members of the University Innovation Alliance to produce more college graduates from low-income and first-generation families will be bolstered by an additional $3.85 million in funding.
Protecting bees from pesticides just got easier with the release by Oregon State University of a smartphone app that farmers and beekeepers can use to consult a publication when they’re out in the field.


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