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Taming Wild Data (not Wild Robots)

Rather than a threat, researchers at Oregon State see artificial intelligence as a powerful tool that can advance science and impact how we live. And it’s already happening.

OSU AIAA Club Launches Another Winning Rocket

For the second year in a row, the Oregon State University’s branch of AIAA took first place in the payload competition at the Intercollegiate Rocketry Engineering Competition held in Green River, Utah.

Exceeding Expectations

Transitioning from a band teacher to a software engineer seemed like a huge leap at first for Jennifer Burns, but things quickly started falling into place for her after she made the switch.

Margaret Burnett Wins National Mentoring Award

Margaret Burnett, a professor of computer science at Oregon State University, has won a national award for her leadership in encouraging women and minorities to pursue computer science.

EECS Graduation Speaker, Ben Nader: Entrepreneur of Life

EECS alumnus, Ben Nader, tells of his journey to become founder and CEO of Butterfleye.

Power Upscale

A diverse team of researchers spanning computer science and electrical and computer engineering are working on a new energy test bed at Oregon State University.

2015 Graduate, Mollie Holmes: True to Herself

Mollie Holmes took a risk to change her direction in life and return to school as a post-baccalaureate to receive a computer science degree through Oregon State’s online degree program.

Saving Lives with Computer Science

Oregon State students have played a vital role in creating critical software for the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT).

Boosting Bandwidth

A new invention at Oregon State promises to increase the bandwidth of WiFi systems ten times by using LED lights to transmit information.

Impact Through Mentorship

“It was so valuable to me to have people who put themselves out there for me, so I really wanted give that same guidance and leadership to others who might not necessarily feel like they belong,” said Hannah Colett, OSU alumnus.

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