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Student success is a top priority at the College of Agricultural Sciences. This year, we’re ushering in several new opportunities to expand our students’ learning experiences and increase their success toward graduation and into rewarding careers.
Learning happens every day for our students, from informal conversations with faculty to career-building experiences in the field. Recently completed renovations to our venerable Strand Agriculture Hall have added seismic strength to the building and created safe, new spaces for student interaction, with light, airy classrooms and informal gathering places with writable glass walls where small groups of students and faculty can come together to learn and share ideas.
In addition, OSU’s new Learning Innovation Center (LInC) is a showcase for new directions in teaching and learning, as we move beyond passive memorization to active thinking, analyzing, critiquing, and creating. As part of the initial planning team for the LInC, I was able to visit some of the most advanced learning centers in the nation, and this new building at OSU represents the best ideas in successful student learning.
Corvallis, Ore. – The College of Agricultural Sciences at Oregon State University received $49.4 million in research grants during the 2014-15 fiscal year. More than 500 separate awards reflect the broad diversity of expertise across the College...