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58 min ago | The News-Star
ULM program keeps earning accolades This is the second time in a month that we have congratulated the university. Check out this story on thenewsstar.com: http://tnsne.ws/1s2I9Ju TheBestSchools.org - an online resource for campus and online education - has nationally ranked the University of Louisiana at Monroe's online platform, eULM, for the second time in less than a month.
3 hrs ago | The Newberg Graphic
A legislative task force has two months to come up with recommendations about what more Oregon should do to protect bee pollinators.
Blogger, author and now documentary maker Dick Weinman says his latest project was only intended to be a training video. "Now I find my independent spirit curtailed, but I strive to hold on to it, walking along the thin edge of dignity," the retired broadcaster and Oregon State University professor said in the piece, detailing his life in an assisted living facility.
Family, colleagues and friends of the late Steve Flynn gathered outside Southern Oregon University's McNeal Pavilion Wednesday to dedicate two large steel benches bearing plaques to honor the 27-year dean of students and director of financial aid who died of Alzheimer's last year at 74. With no shortage of damp eyes and choked voices, Flynn was recalled as that rare kind of administrator who made it fun for everyone, loved jokes, nicknames, one-line zingers and keggers and could still get the job done at the highest level, while always honoring the student first.
Pregnant women living in "green" neighborhoods are more likely to deliver healthier babies, suggests a new study from researchers at Oregon State University and the University of British Columbia. What makes a neighborhood green: the presence of trees, leaves, grass, and other greenery.
After just five years of private practice as a patent attorney, Stewart Myers can't really claim to have seen it all. But he's seen an awful lot of things he never expected to see.
CORVALLIS, Ore. The world's oceans are vast and deep, yet rapidly advancing technology and the quest for extracting resources from previously unreachable depths is beginning to put the deep seas on the cusp of peril, an international team of scientists warned this week.
The U.S. Department of Energy has announced the funding of up to $4 million for continued wave energy technological research and monitoring efforts. Northwest National Marine Renewable Energy Center faculty will also share in another $3.25 million grant to i The project team is comprised of NNMREC with support from Oregon State University and University of Washington will be expanded to add the University of Alaska Fairbanks.
Nathan Seable, 37, said he wants to increase the city's public safety personnel and maintain its small town feel. As part of an ongoing series, the Forest Grove Leader will take a look at the seven candidates running for City Council in November.
Older men who lead high-stress lives are likely to die earlier than the average for their peers, new research shows. The study looked at two types of stress: the everyday hassles of such things as commuting, job stress or arguments with family and friends; and significant life events, such as job loss or the death of a spouse.
Oregon BEST has awarded a grant to help Beaverton startup Puralytics adapt its solar-powered water purification system to manage storm water pollution. Oregon BEST has awarded a second round of commercialization funding to Puralytics to support ongoing research into solar-activated stormwater treatment.
Scientists have warned that dengue vaccines could cause short-term but major spikes in the years after they are first used. Jan Medlock, an assistant professor at Oregon State University said that their analysis suggested that if they developed and widely used a vaccine for dengue fever, there might later be spikes in the incidence of the disease that were two to three times higher than its normal level.
Wayne Tinkle is introduced as Oregon State University's new men's basketball head coach in May at Gill Coliseum by athletic director Bob DeCarolis. The Beavers are set to hire former Eastern Washington assistant coach Rachi Wortham as director of player personnel, according to a source close to the program.
Updated: Sun Sep 14, 2014 09:55 pm
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