On October 24, 2022, the College of Science community gathered to celebrate this year’s Alumni Award recipients. These awards publicly recognize our alumni, friends, and colleagues for their distinguished personal and career achievements, service, and contributions to society that reflect positively on the College of Science and on Oregon State University.
Chuck Armstrong graduated from OSU with a degree in basic science in 1966, having majored in chemistry. He credits his science education for teaching him how to think and develop the skills he would use in his career. “In the sciences, you are taught how to critically and analytically think,” he says.
Three outstanding scientists received the 2018 College of Science Alumni Awards.
Former Dean Fred Horne wins the College's 2018 Lifetime Achievement Award in Science for his strong leadership and commitment to women in science, student learning and research.
The College of Science is proud to have many significant milestones in the last 150 years.
A blue pigment discovered at Oregon State University by chemistry professor Mas Subramanian is the inspiration for Crayola's new crayon color.
Through the ESTEME@OSU project, OSU has conducted a comprehensive examination of its learning practices and is evolving them to transform its culture of scholarship
The College of Science is proud to announce its 2016 Alumni Award recipients
On November 2 and 3, 1500 K-12 students gather for Discovery Days on campus.
YinMn, the blue pigment discovered by Chemistry Professor Mas Subramanian in 2009, generates a new wave of worldwide media attention and interest.
A first generation college student earns his bachelor's degree in chemistry and heads to the University of California, Berkeley for a Ph.D. in physical chemistry on a full scholarship and research stipend.