Crustacean’s life in low-oxygen water suggests there’s more than one way to survive hypoxia
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Felipe Barreto and Allie Graham's research findings on a tidepool crustacean's ability to suvive oxygen deprivation raise the possibility that animals may have more ways of dealing with hypoxia than previously thought.

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Zech Meunier and Kamron Kayhani win NSF fellowships for outstanding research
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Congratulations to Zech and Kamron on receiving NSF GRFP awards, which provide three years of support as they pursue their research projects.

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Anne Devan-Song receives AAUW International Fellowship
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Congratulations to Anne Devan-Song on receiving a prestigious American Association of University Women International  Fellowship!

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OSU professor, alumnus urge new 'new narrative' for oceans
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Jane Lubchenco and OSU alumnus Steve Gaines published an editorial in the latest issue of the journal Science. Rather than simply documenting the tragedies underway,  they urge action and effective solutions for preserving our oceans.

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The Senate Should Reject Trump’s NOAA Nominee
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Jane Lubchenco's opinion piece in The New York Times details why the Senate shouldn't confirm the nominee for NOAA administrator.

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Claire Couch is Carlson College of Veterinary Medicine's 2019 MacVicar Award recipient
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In conjunction with her award, Claire Couch presented a talk on Friday, May 31 in Dryden Hall.

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Honors College Names Bob Mason and Jim Liburdy 2019 Eminent Professors
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Congratulations to Bob Mason on being named the 2019 Sandy and Elva Sanders Eminent Professor in the Honors College!

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Prehistoric Whodunit: New Technique Identifies What Killed Ancient Animals
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Rebecca Terry and her lab are using a technique that involves examining microscopic etchings on the surface of ancient bones to determine which kind of predator ate it.

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Oregon State’s renowned marine ecologist to speak at 150th annual commencement in June
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Jane Lubchenco, a world-renowned leader in environmental research and an OSU marine ecologist, will deliver the commencement address at OSU's 150th graduation ceremony on June 15.

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Vanessa Constant receives Ecological Society of America’s 2019 Katherine S. McCarter Graduate Student Policy Award
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Congratulations to Vanessa Constant on receiving this prestigious award! Vanessa's research explores coastal dune ecology, while working with policy, management, and science communication.

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