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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 program with Navy or Marine Corps options, 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. This site in an official U.S. Navy website.  U.S. Navy Privacy Policy

NROTC Events

23Feb2017

Sub Club Trivia

Come and try to beat the best and brightest midshipmen around! Open to all Submarine Club members.…
27Feb2017

Naval ROTC Soup Lunch

The Beaver Battalion will once again host a weekly, self-serve, soup lunch buffet. A suggested donation of $3.50 per bowl includes one bread item. Bring your own bowl and save…
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OSU News

OSU Difference, Power, and Discrimination Program honored

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Feb 22, 2017
The American Council on Education announced today that the 2017 ACE State Network Leadership Award will be given to the Difference, Power and Discrimination program at Oregon State University.… Read full story.

Low snowpacks of 2014, 2015 may become increasingly common with warmer conditions

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Feb 22, 2017
Oregon experienced very low snowpack levels in 2014 and historically low snowpack levels in 2015; now a new study suggests that these occurrences may not be anomalous in the future.… Read full story.
OSU News Release

Accepting and adapting are keys to sustaining a career after acquired hearing loss

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Feb 22, 2017
For adults who acquire severe hearing loss, accepting and adapting to the loss play key roles in sustaining a career and thriving in the workplace, new research from Oregon State University indicates.… Read full story.

OSU Difference, Power, and Discrimination Program honored

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Feb 22, 2017
The American Council on Education announced today that the 2017 ACE State Network Leadership Award will be given to the Difference, Power and Discrimination program at Oregon State University.… Read full story.
OSU News Release

“Late-life” genes activated by biological clock to help protect against stress, aging

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Feb 21, 2017
Researchers have discovered that a subset of genes involved in the “biological clock” only become active late in life when they are needed to help protect critical life functions.… Read full story.