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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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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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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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Cider

Cidervana

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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News

Jeff Hino, Learning Technology Leader at Oregon State University in Extension & Experiment Station Communications, received an eXtension Fellowship focusing on the Internet of Things. Other Fellows will be exploring the emerging technologies of the Maker Movement and Citizen Science.
Business analytics is a fast-growing industry with demand for talented leaders. A recent McKinsey Global Institute report revealed that the United States faces a shortfall of up to 1.5 million managers with this skill set. Three new offerings from the College of Business, offered in partnership with OSU Ecampus and Professional and Continuing Education, will prepare students for these roles.
For more than three decades, Master Food Preservers trained by Oregon State University Extension Service have fielded questions about canning, pickling, drying, but most importantly about food safety.

Events

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Mar. 01, 2016 5:30pm - 8:30pm
"First Generation" tells the story of four high school students who set out to break …
Apr. 18, 2016 7:00pm - 9:00pm
People who teach and write about bioethics often consider issues related to cancer, such as …
May. 21, 2016 (all day)
The fourth annual National Get Outdoors Day event will be held on Saturday May 21st, …
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