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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.
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.
Oregon farmers battling slugs in their fields will soon have a new ally in Rory McDonnell, a slug and snail expert who joins Oregon State University’s College of Agricultural Sciences this summer.
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.
Responding to the needs and desires of learners throughout the state and beyond, this fall Oregon State University will launch a bachelor’s program online in business administration. Offered by Oregon State’s College of Business and delivered online by OSU Ecampus, the degree will position profession-ready students for successful careers.
Oregon State has bolstered its reputation as one of America’s best providers of online education, with its online bachelor’s degree programs today being ranked fifth in the nation by U.S. News & World Report. OSU’s Ecampus online education program scored 95 points out of 100 in the rankings, which include nearly 300 higher education institutions.
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