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Inventor inducted to Engineering and Science Hall of Fame

Thursday, November 2nd, 2017

By Steve Frandzel Elmond Decker ‘51, inventor, educator, and a member of Oregon State’s Engineering Hall of Fame, will be inducted into the Engineering and Science Hall of Fame for contributions in electrical signal technology. His work enabled the United States Navy to produce a new generation of technologically advanced ships that confound radar detection. […]

It started with a dead chicken’s beating heart

Wednesday, June 29th, 2016

By Keith Miller My interest in science started at South Eugene High School in 1960, but it was biology, not space travel, that first hooked me. I loved watching tiny creatures through a microscope, dissecting frogs and anatomy. Before the annual science fair, I searched for project ideas. My teacher knew of a student who […]

Dreaming outside the box: How a graduate program in Denmark inspired Alexandria Moseley to think big

Wednesday, June 4th, 2014

Alexandria Moseley knows how to dream big. It might be just who she is, or it might be because of something the internship manager at Welch Allyn told her: if she can achieve her five-year plan on her own, she isn’t thinking big enough.

A vision for energy efficiency

Friday, April 18th, 2014

When Sam Walker wanted to build a solar trailer for his senior design project, his professors balked. Most projects were either industry sponsored or based on faculty research, not on the design whims of a student. But Walker stuck with his vision to build a mobile station that could supply power using solar energy — […]

Getting the job

Wednesday, March 5th, 2014

How an experience with the Energy Efficiency Center prepared Mike Knapp for the world of manufacturing Mike Knapp, a facilities operation engineer for Samsung Austin Semiconductors, came out of Oregon State with impressive academic and professional credentials. He earned a B.S. in chemical engineering in 2009, and went on to receive an M.S. in chemical […]

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