At OSU, the world is your classroom

Oregon State University Facilities such as these for malting barley are part of Oregon State University's fermentation sciences program. They are one small example of a much larger $55 million research enterprise at the College of Agricultural Sciences that focuses on food, health, agriculture and natural resources.

There are no walls holding back ag sciences students at Oregon State University.

They are studying seals in Antarctica, mangroves in Honduras, and the international wheat market.

And they are engaged in real-world, hands-on research here in Oregon, too, in laboratories across campus and at twelve experiment stations in every corner of the state.

The College of Agricultural Sciences at OSU is growing fast, preparing leaders for the 21st century. Students study food and beverage technology, plant breeding, wildlife science, and molecular toxicology, among many other topics that are critical to feed the world, protect the environment, and improve quality of life.

Our students are changing the world. Right here. Right now.

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