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January 18, 2017

Employment Opportunity w/ Corvallis Medical Group

Filed under: employment opportunity @ 9:21 am

Corvallis Medical Group, a comprehensive pain management group in Corvallis, Oregon is seeking a Clinical Laboratory Technician/Testing Operator for our CLIA-Certified Toxicology Lab. This is a great opportunity to work with a highly professional and personable organization that delivers fantastic care to our patients.

The Laboratory Technician will perform the duties of CLIA-Certified Testing Personnel for the lab, reporting directly to the Lab Supervisor and management. Candidates should have experience with urine drug test screenings, confirmations, and analysis.

Minimum Qualifications:

·         Minimum of bachelor’s degree in Lab Science or related field from an accredited institution

·         Have or are eligible for Oregon certification and meet CLIA qualifications for Testing Personnel of high complexity testing

·         Experience operating Liquid Chromatography Mass Spectrometry (LC-MS/MS) machine in a drug-testing facility preferred

Job responsibilities:

·         Urine drug testing analysis and reporting to in-house clinic

·         Independently operating the EIA and LC-MS/MS machines

·         Monitoring, reviewing, and validating EIA and LC-MS/MS data

·         Help maintain all applicable state and federal laboratory licenses and certificates

Compensation depends on experience.

Contact me with any questions or submission/resumes.

Thank you!

Julia Rask
direct: 503-287-2600

Corvallis Medical Group
545 SW 2nd St., Ste. 200
Corvallis, OR 97333

January 17, 2017

Will Ping – Class of 2013 participates in Alumni Lecture Series

Filed under: Announcements @ 3:25 pm

Will Ping ’13, Chemistry

He will be here on campus for an alumni forum this Thursday

Will works at Nike as a materials researcher, researching future performance materials for athletes. He currently lives in Beaverton, OR.

Apply now for Ecampus professional development funds

Filed under: Announcements @ 11:43 am

Oregon State Ecampus invites faculty, staff and administrators to pursue professional development related to online and hybrid education. Further your professional goals while promoting effective teaching and learning in OSU’s online and hybrid courses. Funding is available for professorial faculty and professional faculty and advisors. The application deadline is Feb. 7, so learn more and apply online today.

January 12, 2017

Undergraduate Award Program for Outstanding Achievement in Organic Chemistry

Filed under: Announcements @ 11:50 am


Honors College course proposals and grants

Filed under: Announcements @ 10:47 am

OSU tenured/tenure-track, senior instructor, and emeritus faculty are invited to submit honors course proposals for 2017-2018 at  Any General Catalog course can be offered as a small, highly-engaged honors course; proposals for interdisciplinary colloquia are also welcome. Faculty may apply for Meehan course development grants of up to $3000 to develop experiential learning opportunities for honors courses.  For more information: or 541-737-6412.  Deadline: Jan. 15, 2017.

Disability Access Services Open House/Lab for Faculty and Staff at the DAS Testing Center

Filed under: Announcements @ 10:44 am

Ask questions and get assistance completing your Alternative Testing Agreements and Flexibility with Attendance/Assignments Agreements; view the testing rooms, security measures and assistive technology available to DAS students. Friday, Jan. 13 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at DAS Testing Center, Heckart Lodge 3rd floor, 30th & Jefferson. For more information contact

Fall 2016 Honor Roll

Filed under: Honor Roll @ 10:41 am

Congratulations to our Fall 2016 Honor Roll Students!

Albrecht, Amy
Aldous, Tanner
Anderson, Jordan
Ansari, Surfyan Ahmed,
Aponso, Savinda
Ash, Kaitlyn
Austin, Molly
Bahro, Christopher
Bali, Meghan
Bierman, Jeffrey
Bryant, Natalie
Coddington, Nathan
Conroy, Jocelyn
Day, Blake
Devine, Sarah
Ferguson, Janet
Fried, Zachary
Fuller, Duncan
Gonzales, Seth
Hanson, Erin
Hargrave, Haily
Hoag, Morgan
Hochstetler, Cory
Hoffman, Zachary
Humphreys, Hunter
Kim, Maya
Koga, Kenneth
La Jeunesse, Jesse
Lachance, Jon-Luke
Lafave, Derek
Lee-Rouille, Taylor
Lew, Cassandra
Lindermann, Makayla
Liu-May, Rachel
Malone, Alexandra
Marshall, Stephanie
Matlapudi, Susmitha
Moore, Kohlson
Naas, Kayla
Ocel, Duncan
Palmiter, James
Pina, Jasmine
Potter, Kristin
Rear, Henry
Renaud, Richard
Reynolds, Tyelor
Richards, Maxson
Rist, Benjamin
Ruark, Collin
Ryu, Jennifer
Sandwisch, Jason
Simpson, Avery
Stout, Kenneth
Tully, Sara
Turner, Allison
Vergis, John
Walker, Mesa

NSF Updates

Filed under: Announcements @ 10:14 am

Dear Colleague Letter: FY 2017 Improving Graduate Student Preparedness for the Chemistry Workforce (CHE 17-045)

Dear Colleague Letter: 2017 Division of Chemistry Supplemental Funding Proposals for International Collaboration (CHE 17-043)

Dear Colleague Letter: Data-Driven Discovery Science in Chemistry (D3SC) (NSF 17-036)

Innovations at the Nexus of Food, Energy and Water Systems (INFEWS) (NSF 17-530)

And a “request for information” that might influence future NSF investments in advanced computing for the scientific community
The new NSF Dear Colleague Letter posted today: Request for Information on Future Needs for Advanced Cyberinfrastructure to Support Science and Engineering Research (NSF CI 2030),

January 10, 2017

Nominations for 2017 Distinguished Professors

Filed under: Announcements @ 10:17 am

The deadline for submitting nominations for the 2017 Distinguished Professor award has been extended to Tuesday, Jan. 17 by 5 p.m.  Nomination information and a link to the online submission form can be found at: .

January 3, 2017

Incentive Programs

Filed under: Announcements @ 9:33 am
The Research Office is launching two new Incentive Programs.  Small Grants (SG).  This program will support individual faculty research across OSU, and will support both the development of extramural grant proposal development and scholarly activities that advance SP3.0.  The SGs will have two categories.  Category 1. Individual grants will range from $15,000-$25,000 with a total program budget of about $80,000/y.  Category 2. Individual grants will range from $3,000 – $7,000 with a total program budget of about $90,000. Large Program Development (LPD) grants program will stimulate major, transdisciplinary, extramurally-funded research programs by supporting multidisciplinary teams to work together to form new research cores at OSU that advance SP3.0. The LPD program will have a budget of about $160k/y for all LPDs, with expectation of launching two per year.  Questions?  Click on this LINK for complete details
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