Haven’t started looking for housing yet? Visit the Corvallis Housing Fair to find your new apartment for next year, whether it be on campus or off we have the place for you. Come to the MU Ballroom Wednesday, February 20th from 11-4:00 pm and get $50 off your security deposit!

OSU Precollege Programs is looking to fill 12 positions (3 hours a week during spring term and 40 hours per week during summer camps) for the iINVENT middle school summer camps.

Camp instructors will run and lead day camps throughout Oregon. Youth will apply science, technology, math, and engineering concepts to create inventions to meet specific user needs over the course of the camp.  Instructors will work with youth, parents, families, and community partners to support Invention Education, as they travel the beautiful Beaver state all summer. Camps will be held at schools, boys and girls clubs, and/or community centers.  Lodging, transportation, and food stipends, if required, will be provided.  Camp activities include, Edison Robots, making Windmills, making solar/Kinect carts, creating circuits, and invention themed design challenges.

 Apply to Job Posting Here:

For more information on the iINVENT program, see what last year’s camps looked like here:

CoF Student Clubs and Organizations, February 2019

Check out the CoF Student Clubs and Organizations! We have lots going on this month, and we hope to see you around! More information about each of the clubs can be found at

The Bureau of Land Management in Klamath Falls (Lakeview District) is hiring a Forester Intern through the iNSPIRE program.

It is a paid internship which can directly result in a permanent position as a GS-9 Forester. The iNSPIRE program will provide internships to college students via the Pathways Program. Upon successful completion of the program, interns are eligible to be non-competitively converted to permanent appointments!

Branch Experiment Station Research Internships Across Oregon! (All majors welcome)

The Branch Experiment Stations (BES) are pleased to announce an exciting experiential learning opportunity for undergraduate students – working at off-campus research facilities located across Oregon in regions where they can have the most impact in helping stakeholders (farmers, ranchers, fishermen, food processing entrepreneurs) to address the critical issues specific to that locale.  Successful applicants will be provided an hourly wage, with some locations also providing housing.  Applicants will be expected to spend 10-13 weeks at the BES location.


  1. The Student Researcher Application will be live between February 11- March 1, 2019.
  2. The application form will require you upload a cover letter, resume, and your unofficial transcript. 
  3. Submit inquires and question to Christina Walsh, Student Engagement Coordinator, College of Agricultural Sciences

More info here:

Want to work outside while going to school?

OSU Research Forests are in search of two student employees to join our team in support of the recreation field program.  Students will help to maintain and enhance Peavy Arboretum and forest trails, support volunteer efforts and general operations, and would have the opportunity to participate in interpretive, communication, GIS, or planning projects.  Applications are due February 27th.  Contact Ryan Brown ( for more information.

Job Info:

Oregon Sea Grant Undergraduate Summer Scholars Program

Applications Due: March 1, 2019 by 5:00 p.m. Pacific Standard Time. Applicants should email expressing their interest in applying by February 15, 2019.

Oregon Sea Grant is excited to announce their 9th annual undergraduate Summer Scholars Program.  This PAID ten-week program runs from June 17-August 23, and places high-caliber junior and senior undergraduate students from around the country with a variety of Oregon-based host organizations (the Oregon Sea Grant program, a federal or state agency, or a non-governmental organization) to provide a diversity of students with hands-on experience under the mentorship of a career professional.  Scholars can assist host agencies with field work, lab work, analyses, research, policy development, and/or outreach and public engagement efforts.

Summer Scholar Expectations: Scholars will be assigned to a specific project under a mentor and will be expected to dedicate at least 40 hours a week to the program. The program will provide students with training on subjects such as ecosystem-based management, professional and scientific communication, field- and lab-based scientific methods, natural resource policy development, public outreach, and roles of federal, state, and local governments in natural resource management. The program may include field trips within Oregon and an opportunity for students to present their summer work. Scholars will be expected to participate in all program activities and complete a final project report during the last week of their experience.

For more information about eligibility, placements, and how to apply, please visit Oregon Sea Grant’s website. Or view the Flyer Here.

OSU 2019 Summer Undergrad Research Opening

Hiring Undergraduate Research Ambassadors for 2019-2020

The Office of Undergraduate Research, Scholarship, and the Arts are very excited to announce that they are hiring new Undergraduate Research Ambassadors for the 2019-2020 school year. They are looking for an energetic team to help undergraduates learn about how to get involved in research and creative partnerships with faculty across campus.

As an Ambassador, you will work with the Associate Director of Undergraduate Research by serving as a role model and mentor to students interested in research or creative projects, giving presentations about how to get involved, developing online resources, planning social and networking opportunities, advising students, and more!

The application closes on February 19th.  Click Here to Apply!

Greetings from Flathead Lake Biological Station (University of Montana)!

For immersive field ecology experiences . . . consider summer courses at Flathead Lake Biological Station, Montana, USA.  We have 12 great courses in both aquatic and terrestrial realms that will be of interest to students ranging from “sophomores-to-be” (Field Ecology) to upperclassmen to early grad students. Courses begin June 24, 2019 and run through August 16, 2019. Students are already applying online!

See the flier (below) and find complete information and a printable brochure. Get out there!

  • Here are some relevant pieces of info:
  • – earn 3 to 13 credits in 2 to 8 weeks, graduate early
  • – many scholarships available, credits easily transferable
  • – small class sizes, great instructors and facilities
  • – undergrad 300/400 level courses, graduate credit at 400 level
  • – students from around the U.S., international students welcome!
  • – Questions? Call 1-406-872-4515 or email

The summer academic program at University of Montana’s FLBS emphasizes experiential learning through direct observation of biota and ecological processes in the field and through hands-on activities using FLBS’ advanced research instrumentation and facilities. Courses involve field trips to Flathead Basin sites like Glacier National Park, and most courses include overnight camping. Experience sweeping vistas and traverse spectacular terrain while exploring pristine alpine wilderness, crystal-clear mountain lakes, streams, and rivers–all benefits of an academic adventure and scholarly fun in the “Crown of the Continent” in Northwest Montana. The first FLBS field course was offered in 1899 (120 years ago!), distinguishing FLBS as one of the oldest biological stations in the United States. Our commitment to high-quality education remains consistent with founder Dr. Morton J. Elrod’s vision of sharing knowledge through field experience. The Station is located on the east shore of Flathead Lake, ~85 miles north of Missoula, MT. In this pristine setting, you will be one of a diverse group of 40 students living in cozy cabins while advancing your knowledge and skills in ecology.

For more about what we do at the Station, visit

College of Agriculture Sponsored Faculty Led Field Southwest Tour in September 2019

Join instructor Yvette Gibson on a 2 week long Stewardship Tour around the 4 Corners. This is no ordinary drive around and look tour, students will interact with private, tribal, and public land managers; USDA research scientists; and non-profit organizations focused on conservation and regenerative agriculture.

For more information or to apply please contact: 

Applicant Interviews will be held  in the Spring.

SNAP: Could you use help paying for food?

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. 1/18/2019 UPDATE: ONLY X-SMALL AND SMALL SIZES AVAILABLE. (UNISEX)

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, 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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