National Hispanic Environmental Council

The National Hispanic Environmental Council (NHEC) announces it is accepting preliminary applications from qualified college students to attend our first annual Pacific Northwest Environmental STEM Institute, to be held June 2—10, 2018 at national forests, parks, laboratories, and other environmental sites in Portland, OR and nearby areas.

Students will be competitively selected from across the U.S. and Puerto Rico; must have a minimum 3.0 GPA; be demonstrably pursuing an environmental or natural resource related major; and possess relevant environmental experiences and academic background.

For more information please click here.


28th Annual North American Dendroecological Fieldweek (NADEF)

The #2018NADEF will be held at the A.L. Mickelson Field Station near Cody, Wyoming. The fieldweek will run from July 22 through July 31. Registration fees are $1300 USD for students and $1500 USD for professionals. Students should send a photocopy of their student ID with their registration. Your registration fee includes round-trip transportation between Yellowstone Regional Airport in Cody, WY and the field station, field excursions, room and board for the entire week. Registration fees are due by May 30, 2018

Undergrad and Graduate Fellowships

Through funding from the National Science Foundation we are pleased to announce we can offer five Undergraduate Diversity Fellowships for people in under-represented groups. The fellowship covers the cost of registration for the fieldweek. We are also able to offer five NSF Graduate Research Fellowships that pay up to $3,000 to take the research projects done at NADEF further. Graduate students that are attending the fieldweek can apply for these fellowships that award $1,000 for archiving the digital data from the group, $1,000 to present the group project at a national or international conference, and a final $1,000 if the graduate student puts in the work to advance the project to where it is submitted for peer-reviewed publication. These NSF Graduate Research Fellowship recipients are chosen during the fieldweek based on ability to complete the project, enthusiasm and effort during the fieldweek, and clearance from the advisor to put the further work necessary to push the project towards publication.

For more information and registration please visit



4th Annual College of Forestry Commencement Dinner and Continental Breakfast

The dinner will be Friday, June 15th from 5:00-8:30pm at the Forestry Club Cabin.

Formal print invitations will be arriving to the address that you have on file with the university soon, and an email version will also be sent to your OSU email address next week. If you fall between these dates and do not receive an invitation by May 18, please email

Freshman-Junior Class: If you would like to volunteer to help out at the Commencement Dinner, I am looking for a few students to help with parking and welcoming our guests from 4:00-5:30pm. You would be welcome to stay for the dinner and program as thanks for helping out. Please email me if you are interested and available.

Please let Jessica Fitzmorris know if you have any further questions. Information on the University’s Commencement Ceremony can be found on their website.



Leader Shape Institute

Apply for OSU LeaderShape Institute June 18-23, 2018! An intensive, 6-day off-campus retreat that inspires you to work towards a vision grounded in your deepest values. Explore not only what you want to do, but who you want to be. Unlock your leadership potential, so you can change the world.

Free to OSU students, including lodging, meals, and transportation between the OSU Corvallis campus and the camp/venue.

For more info and to apply by the May 26, 2018 deadline:

Questions? Contact Melissa Yamamoto,, (541) 737-6385.

Sponsored by OSU Student Leadership & Involvement in partnership with LeaderShape™.




Career Development Center Workshops

All events take place 12-1p.m. in the SEC Involvement Lounge unless otherwise noted.




Summer Session

If you need any additional information, please contact Laura Collins at or 541-737-9608.


Office of Global Opportunities Weekly Wednesday

Join the GO office in the SEC Involvement Lounge (Room 112) every Wednesday from 12-1pm to learn more about studying abroad and international internships.



Math Extra Help Sessions



Undergraduate Research Drop-in Advising

Regular, undergraduate research drop-in advising hours are available for students to ask questionsabout how to get involved in research, how to apply for Transcript Notation, where to present one’swork, and more! Winter Term 2018 drop-in advising hours are Monday and Tuesday from 1:00-2:50pm in Waldo 140, or by appointment (email Virtual meetings can be arranged for students not at the Corvallis campus.




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Rent Textbooks at NO COST for the ENTIRE term

The Textbook Lending Program offers eligible OSU students the opportunity to check out textbooks at no cost for the entire academic term! The program starts the first week of class and operates on a first come, first serve basis. They currently have books for 181 courses! Most of the textbooks are either donated or purchased. Students (and professors) can learn more about the program and check if we have their textbook by going to:

To ensure that HSRC has the textbook needed for a course, check online:

  • Go to
  • Log in using your ONID through MY ACCOUNT
  • Start a New Search and click on the Course Reserves tab
  • Enter the title of textbook and click Search
  • In the drop-down menu that says “OSU Course Reserves”, change it to “HSRC Textbook Lending Library”
  • If you see a green dot and the word “Available”, you can go to HSRC and rent the textbook

COF T-shirts

Interested in purchasing a College of Forestry t-shirt! Stop by Snell 133 or send an email to if you are a distant student. Limited sizes are available.

T-shirts are $15. Shipping is $3.50.

Keep Up With the Peavy Hall Transition Construction

Wondering up the future of the College of Forestry? Are you missing Peavy Hall? Don’t you worry. The construction process blog is all online at

If you wish to learn more about what is going on and how far left there is until we can have an official “home” check out this great blog.

If you are interested, you can see what’s happening live by clicking on one of the following links to two web cameras that show the project site live every day: or

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