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Anna Koch Receives Prestigious Power Award

When Anna Koch started college she was determined that she would not be an electrical engineer. Four years later, she has received the prestigious Institute of Electrical Engineering (IEEE) scholarship in power and energy engineering.

ChickTech Empowers High-School Girls to Explore Technology

“Be bold. Have fun,” was the advice from keynote speaker and Oregon State computer science alumnus, Hannah Adams, at the ChickTech event hosted at Oregon State University.

Opening Doors for Women in Technology

Regina Kunkle knew it was time to try something different when she was struggling to find female candidates for open job positions with NetApp.

Guided by Garmin

Top electrical and computer engineering student, Keaton Scheible, took his time getting around to college. Keaton spent a good part his first year after high school pursuing his love of music.

App Happy

Nicole Phelps did not expect to love computer science, but a job developing mobile applications at Oregon State got her hooked, and it’s turned into passion that has propelled her into a career while she is still finishing her degree.

Dancing to a Different Beat

The CreateIt Collaboratory in the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Oregon State gives students an opportunity work with clients such as Tektronix to create a prototype.

Excellence and Innovation Recognized by NSF

Raviv Raich and Glencora Borradaile join 19 other faculty in EECS as Faculty Career Development award winners.

Smart Cameras to Combat Sunn Pests

A collaborative project puts a high-tech spin on an agricultural problem by using mobile technology and cloud computing for better management of the devastating pests.

New OSU Computer Science Program Graduates First Students

Just a year after inception, Oregon State’s online computer science professional degree program graduated 23 students.

EECS Alumnus Doug Fisher: Rising to the Top

Fascination with electricity started Oregon State alumnus, Doug Fisher, on a path to becoming the top manager for Intel’s software and services group.