College of Public Health and Human Sciences faculty members – who are accomplished researchers, authors and presenters – actively engage in research with students to improve the lives, health and environment of people and their communities.
Our three research centers put us at the forefront in creating synergies that drive healthy change across lifespan, socio-economic standing and cultural boundaries.
- The Center for Healthy Aging Research
- The Hallie E. Ford Center for Healthy Children and Families
- The Moore Family Center for Whole Grain Foods, Nutrition and Preventive Health
Get information about upcoming college seminars and watch archived video of select past seminars on our seminar page.
IGERT in Aging Sciences
The Oregon State IGERT in Aging Sciences is an interdisciplinary traineeship, funded, in part, by the National Science Foundation. The program aims to develop a new generation of interdisciplinary scientists with the professional skills to shape the science, products and policies that will optimize function and independence of older adults in our society.
Undergraduate Research Opportunities
Our college and the university offer multiple paths to engage students in Undergraduate Research in both social science and bench science settings. Engaging in these programs allows students to apply their coursework and build their resumes to become more competitive in both the job market and for graduate school admissions.
The college boasts a wide variety of research laboratory settings.
Grant Proposal Application Resources
The grant proposal application resources page provides resources to support our faculty in developing grant applications.
Synergies online is a news source produced by the College of Public Health and Human Sciences.
- View the archive of research stories on Synergies.
- Get to know our researchers with all our "Inside the mind of researcher" profiles.
Terra Research Magazine
Terra Research Magazine connects you with the latest findings in energy, Earth systems, natural resources, health, the economy, the arts and the social sciences. View the Terra archive of articles involving the College of Public Health and Human Sciences.