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Dean of the College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences Tuba Özkan-Haller smiles for a photo in the lobby of the College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences Administration building on June 27th, 2023.
Özkan-Haller was recently appointed as the co-chair of a national science committee, representing a major advancement for Oregon State University’s CEOAS program.

OSU dean to co-lead decade-long ocean science committee

Vincent Ho, News Contributor
July 3, 2023

Oregon State University’s Tuba Özkan-Haller is tasked with leading a group of scientists on tackling the next decade of ocean science. The 2025-2035 Decadal Survey Of Ocean Sciences is a committee...

A $4.8 Million donation to OSUs Cybersecurity program was made to help students continue to earn degrees in the field. This illustration depicts funding for protection on computers and sensitive information.

$4.8 million awarded to OSU, supporting student scholarships in cybersecurity

Nino Paoli, News Contributor
February 6, 2023

Students studying cybersecurity at Oregon State University will be eligible to apply for a full ride scholarship starting next year.  Thanks to the National Science Foundation’s Scholarship for Service...

This image shows an artistic rendition of Oregon State University’s Regional Class Research Vessel “Taani,” which will improve data and science literacy through the use of reall-time data transfer and communication. Taani is expected to aunch in March 2022.

Regional Class Research Vessel introduces new tool for increasing data science literacy

Kirsten Steinke, Science Beat Reporter
January 3, 2022

Oregon State University leads a project focused on enhancing cutting-edge oceanic research and marine and data science education through the design and construction of three new ocean-going research ships. The...

Oregon State University physics Professor Xavier Siemens, right, discusses research with (from far left) physics graduate students Nima Laal, Robin Case, and Jacob Taylor. Siemens will be leading a $17 million dollar effort to study gravitational waves and their relationship with our ever-changing universe.

OSU professor leads study of gravitational waves

Kelsy Valentine, News Contributor
July 4, 2021

Oregon State University physics professor Xavier Siemens will lead and co-direct a $17 million grant that funds the study of gravitational waves to provide insight into how our universe evolves.The National...

OSU receives over $121 million, largest grant in its history

OSU receives over $121 million, largest grant in its history

David DeHart, Multimedia Contributor
July 24, 2017

Oregon State University’s College of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences received a $121.88 million grant to begin construction on newly-designed marine research vessels, according to an OSU News and...

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