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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. This site in an official U.S. Navy website.  U.S. Navy Privacy Policy

NROTC Events

14Sep2016

Naval ROTC New Student Orientation

Naval ROTC candidates are encouraged to attend this group orientation. For more details please review our webpage or contact surface@oregonstate.edu.…
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OSU News

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Volunteers sought for study to measure actual metabolic impact of multivitamins

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Jun 20, 2016
An OSU study hopes to answer a long-overdue question – does the use of multivitamin supplements really improve the nutritional status of elderly adults?… Read full story.

Online map offers opportunities to explore gardens, farms and history

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Jun 14, 2016
The public can explore Oregon’s forests, farms, history, public gardens and more this summer through an online map assembled by Oregon State University. … Read full story.
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Fairbanks Gallery to host summer-long art faculty exhibit at Oregon State

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Jun 13, 2016
Oregon State University’s Fairbanks Gallery is hosting a summer-long art faculty exhibit at Fairbanks Gallery from June 14 through September 28.… Read full story.

OSU Press publishes “Ricky’s Atlas,” a sequel to its first children’s book

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Jun 13, 2016
The Oregon State University Press has published “Ricky’s Atlas: Mapping a Land on Fire,” a sequel to its first book aimed at children, written by two OSU faculty members.… Read full story.
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Study finds native Olympia oysters more resilient to ocean acidification

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Jun 10, 2016
Native Olympia oysters, which once thrived along the Pacific Northwest coast until over-harvesting and habitat loss all but wiped them out, have a built-in resistance to ocean acidification.… Read full story.