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  • Nutrition Associate Professor selected as a fellow

    Dave Dallas was selected as a fellow with the inaugural cohort of Biohealth Valley Fellows, funded by a grant by the Wayne & Gladys Valley Foundation.

  • Solaiman Doza

    Solaiman Doza received a $10,000 award from the Northwest Center for Occupational Health & Safety for his work titled "Evaluating work-associated injuries among self-employed and wage-salaried agriculture, forestry, and fishing workers to identify injury burden and prevention opportunities".

  • The President’s Commission on White House Fellows has announced the appointment of the 2022-2023 class of White House Fellows, which includes Elizabeth Ragan, a 2013 graduate of OSU’s College of Public Health and Human Sciences. Congratulations, Lizzy!

  • New partnership launched

    OSU Sherman County Extension and Sherman County Senior Center will be partnering this fall, for the first time, to bring nutrition and wellness programs to the center in Moro. This will start with the "Seniors Eating Well" series to be held Mondays during lunch during October and November.

  • Oregon State University faculty serving in the OSU Extension Service’s Family and Community Health (FCH) program in the CPHHS received awards from the National Extension Association of Family and Consumer Sciences (NEAFCS), a professional organization for Extension FCH faculty and staff.

  • Carolyn Aldwin, retired director of the Center for Healthy Aging Research in the College of Public Health and Human Sciences, is on the research team. Read full story.

  • CJ Clevinger

    Catherine (CJ) Clevinger, CPHHS pre-award research director, received the OSU Exemplary Employee Award. The award honors professional faculty members and classified staff members for their outstanding performance.

  • Chunhuei Chi

    The D. Curtis Mumford Faculty Service Award recognizes individuals for exceptional, ongoing, dedicated and unselfish concern for and service to OSU faculty. This year’s honoree is global health professor Chunhuei Chi.

  • Christine Pollard

    Christine Pollard, kinesiology professor and director of the DPT program and FORCE lab, received the Beaver Champion Award. This award is Oregon State University president's award for outstanding effort and achievement of excellence, extra effort beyond that requested, and performance of the highest quality.

  • Associate professor receives NIH funding

    Sarah Rothenberg's proposal, “Parental Co-Exposure to Methylmercury and Inorganic Arsenic in Zebrafish (Danio rerio): Metabolism and Offspring Behavior” received NIH funding.

  • Rusty Kuhfeld's Presentation on Bitter Peptides in Cheddar Cheese

    Rusty Kuhfeld, MS student in the Dallas Lab, presented on bitter peptides in cheddar cheese at the American Dairy Science Association Conference

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