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This is the official home page for the Naval Science department at Oregon State University and the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC). If you are interested in learning more about our programs, we encourage you to look around our site and contact our staff with any questions you may have. This site contains general information for both current and prospective students, as well as resources for active duty STA-21 and MECEP students.

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NROTC Events

30May2015

National Get Outdoors Day

The third annual National Get Outdoors Day event will be held on Saturday May 30th, 2015 from 10:00am-3:00pm at Peavy Arboretum.  This free event is hosted by OSU

12Jun2015

Spring Commissioning Ceremony

The Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps is proud to present this year's graduating class. We will commission nine Ensigns and one 2nd Lieutenant on Friday, June 12th beginning

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OSU News

Emeritus OSU geologist outlines earthquake “time bombs” in a forthcoming book

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May 5, 2015
OSU geologist Bob Yeats, in a forthcoming book, outlines some of the earthquake "time bombs" around the world - one of which was Nepal.… Read full story.

Ocean acidification discussion on tap at Corvallis Science Pub

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May 5, 2015
At the May 11 Corvallis Science Pub, George Waldbusser will describe what scientists know about the biological effects of ocean acidification.… Read full story.

Auditions for ‘Romeo and Juliet’ to be held May 17-19 at OSU

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May 4, 2015
Auditions will be held May 17 through May 19 for Oregon State University Theatre’s upcoming production of 'Romeo and Juliet.'… Read full story.

OSU treats horse with Equine Herpes Virus (EHV-1)

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May 1, 2015
OSU this week has diagnosed a horse with the neurologic form of Equine Herpes Virus 1 (EHV-1), a naturally occurring virus that can cause serious illness in horses when activated.… Read full story.
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Global decline of large herbivores may lead to an “empty landscape,” scientists say

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May 1, 2015
The decline of the world’s large herbivores, especially in Africa and parts of Asia, is raising the specter of an “empty landscape” in some of the most diverse ecosystems on the planet, according to a newly published study.… Read full story.