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Upcoming Events

Friends of the Beaver AGU

Friends of the Beaver AGU will be held on Wednesday, December 17, 2014 from 6:00–8:00pm at Jillian's at Metreon, 175 Fourth Street. The event will be held in their Private lounge and each attendee will receive 2 drink tickets for beer or wine. Soda and iced tea will be available along with a menu of snacks served on a flow basis. Spinach dip, cheese, vegetables, hummus, nothing fancy.
CEOAS will also host an exhibitor booth. Booth number is 2142. CEOAS welcomes current students and faculty to volunteer time at the booth. Contact Robert Allan at rallan@coas.oregonstate.edu for questions or to volunteer. Consider this place a working base as you navigate the conference. Our booth is not located in the academic showcase, rather in the more populated exhibitor area.

Geology 100th anniversary celebrations, June 2014

See the Geology at One Hundred page for more information.

History of Geology at OSU

A Brief History of Geology at Oregon State University, 1913-2014 by Anita Grunder, Jenda Johnson, Mike DiCianna, Henri Sanville, and John Dilles is available at Scholar's Archive.

Also see The first 50 years The first 50 years (3.5MB PDF) and The second 50 years The second 50 years (2.4MB PDF) timelines.

Multi-platform "Flip Book" Published

For the first time this winter, the College placed a 16-page insert inside the Oregon Stater that will be delivered to all CEOAS alumni. See this as a tablet-friendly, digital flip book.

Research Highlights

This year's Research Highlights describes a selection of faculty and student projects across the college. Stories are divided into coastal oceanography, climate change, water resources, solid earth geology, elemental cycles and food webs, natural hazards such as earthquakes, GIScience, and ocean/air flows. Eleven new faculty members are introduced.

Last year's Highlights

Alumni News

Geosciences Alumni