The College of Agricultural Sciences at Oregon State University is Oregon's principal source of knowledge relating to agricultural and food systems, and a major source of knowledge regarding environmental quality, natural resources, life sciences, and rural economies and communities worldwide. The College provides undergraduate and graduate education leading to baccalaureate and graduate degrees, and extended education programs throughout Oregon and beyond. Its research programs create knowledge to solve problems and to build a knowledge base for the future. It is a source of information and expertise in integrating and applying knowledge with benefits that are felt in domestic and international settings.
Volume XIV, Issue 2
As the 2022-2023 academic year nears its end, it brings me great joy and pride to reflect upon the accomplishments of this past spring.
We added new leadership to the team with Dr. Sulikowski joining as the Director of the Coastal Oregon Marine Experiment Station.
We secured new grants and funding to launch exciting research initiatives, most recently with the opportunity to co-lead a $30 million USDA regional food business center.
We celebrated Dam Proud Day with the most participants and most amount raised of any college at the University!
And we had the opportunity to recognize our talented students, faculty and staff at our annual Celebrating Excellence event.
If you haven’t had a chance to visit the Art about Agriculture 40th Anniversary exhibit, it is currently showing at the Giustina Gallery on the Corvallis campus with plans to travel to the Portland’5 Centers for the Arts in November. This exhibit celebrates the powerful bridge between art and science and is a unique strength at our College.
And for those who are graduating this spring, congratulations! We are so proud of you and what you have accomplished. You are forever a part of the College of Agricultural Sciences and our never-ending mission to make tomorrow better for everyone.
“We are excited to have James join the team and take on this leadership role at one of the most diverse marine research stations on the west coast,” said Staci Simonich, Dean of the College of Agricultural Sciences and Director of the Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station. “His expertise in recognizing the profound importance of the ocean to both coastal and landlocked communities make him a fantastic fit to address the dynamic and complex balance between the needs of humans and the conservation of our critical natural marine resources.” Read more...
CAS Engagement Session with President Murthy, Wednesday, April 26th
College of Agricultural Sciences hosted a Q&A session with President Murthy moderated by our own Dean Simonich. Members of the College community submitted questions in advance of the session which was attended by more than 70 faculty, staff and students. Thank you President Murthy!