Feature Stories

OSU Abroad Blog: “Have a pleasure!”

Amedee Ngarukiye studies Public Health focusing on Health Promotion and Health Behavior. While in Switzerland, he focused on global health and development policy.

Aging: Raising the Bar

Leading geriatric professionals will gather to discuss emerging aging-related information and research at the 39th Annual OSU Gerontology Conference held April 2-3 at the CH2M Hill Alumni Center on Oregon State University’s campus.

Center for Healthy Aging Research to celebrate 10-year anniversary

The CPHHS’ Center for Healthy Aging Research is celebrating 10 years of advancing aging research and promoting healthy aging for older adults throughout Oregon and the nation.

New seminar series connects timely research with state policymakers

New seminar series connects timely research with state policymakers

Physical education requirement at four-year universities at all-time low

We see more and more evidence about the benefit of physical activity, not just to our bodies, but to our minds, yet educational institutions are not embracing their own research

PAC introduces zombie survival training

A new Physical Activity Course offered winter term is taking an unusual approach to fitness. The course, PAC 199: Zombie Training, will prepare students for the undead invasion — at least as far at it relates to life skills.

Brains at Play

Why do we humans like to play so much? Play sports, play tag, play the stock market, play Duck Duck Goose? We love it all.

OSU’s Center for Healthy Aging Research seeks volunteers for research registry

The Center for Healthy Aging Research housed in the CPHHS at Oregon State is recruiting volunteers to join a registry for possible participation in future studies related to the health and well-being of middle-aged and older adults.

MPH student committed to upstream public health and the people of Haiti

MPH student Aslan Noakes is on a mission to raise money to support a public health program she’s working on in Haiti by selling handcrafted goods from Haitian locals.