Feature Stories

Video: Advice, favorite memories from 2014 CPHHS grads

Hear 2014 graduates advice to incoming and current students and learn what they will miss most about Oregon State.

OSU gains state’s first accredited school of public health

Oregon State University’s College of Public Health and Human Sciences has been granted accreditation from the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH), making it the first school in Oregon to earn the recognition.

Video: This Time, This Place

This is the right place and the right time to be part of the future of public health - in the College of Public Health and Human Sciences.

Video: Oregon’s first accredited school of public health - Dean’s announcement

Accreditation puts the College of Public Health and Human Sciences in an elite group of schools of public health nationwide and among only a handful leading a transformation of public health education.

Video: Anna Taylor – An unlikely prognosis

The biggest challenge of EXSS student Anna Taylor’s college experience wasn’t her classes or homework. Instead, it was thyroid cancer.

Video: Jeffrey Tsang - Understanding perspectives, sharing stories

Fostering a diverse community is at the heart of HDFS student Jeffrey Tsang’s college experience, and he takes special interest in campaigns that promote inclusivity and reduce intolerance.

New CPHHS Center for Global Health opens with inaugural symposium

The symposium, “New Global Health: Transforming the Horizon,” will bring together practitioners, researchers, educators and Oregon State’s partners from around the world who are engaged in finding equitable and sustainable health solutions to global health challenges.

Help children grow through Oregon Parenting Educators Conference

To ensure the next generation of Oregonians has the support they need for optimal development, the CPHHS' Hallie E. Ford Center and the Oregon Parenting Education Collaborative are hosting a one-day Parenting Educators Conference for professionals who work with families.

Motor skill deficiencies linked to autism severity in new research

An Oregon State University researcher has found a relationship between motor skill deficiencies and the severity of the symptoms of autism spectrum disorder in very young children.

Inside the mind of researcher John Geldhof

“Learning is a lifelong process. One day you think you’ve mastered something, but the next day you realize you’ve only scratched the surface. Actively seek out opportunities to learn and celebrate the diversity of knowledge that surrounds you," John says.