News

LIFE@OSU and the Center for Teaching and Learning are introducing a new semi-monthly series highlighting the stories of successful teaching on campus.
The study suggests that black powder projectiles scattering fewer lead fragments in wild-killed game, presenting on consumption a reduced risk of secondary lead poisoning.
Antarctic scientist Ari Friedlaender believes in the power of storytelling to effect change.
Although sperm whales have not been driven to the brink of extinction as have some other whales, a new study has found a remarkable lack of diversity in the maternally inherited mitochondrial DNA...
At Oregon State University, Professor Scott Baker is adding the information collected by the Snotbot to a catalog of 3,000 whales that he and his team have been studying for 35 years.

Spotlights

A look at our departmental happenings over the last year!

Events and Seminars

Feb
20
Jim Hall: Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, OSU...
Feb
27
Erick Burns: U.S. Geological Survey, Oregon Water...
Mar
02
Relative Performance of Alsea Hatchery Steelhead...
Mar
03
We are happy to announce that the Fish Passage 2017...