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Catch your breath with Public Health Insider | Tonight
Oregon has some of the highest children’s asthma rates in the U.S. The state has also experienced some of the worst air quality in the world in the last few years. But here’s a breath of fresh air: Tonight, faculty in the College of Public Health and Human Sciences will share about where the top environmental risks come from and how you – and the college’s ASP3IRE Center – can improve health outcomes that affect everyone where you live, work and play.
Can’t make it? Register to receive the recording and stay tuned for the next Public Health Insider webcast, Remodeling Your Mitochondrial Kitchen, on May 23.
OSU military historian presents D-Day Travel Talk | May 10
Don’t miss a Travel Talk tomorrow with Paul Wanke, senior instructor in the School of History, Philosophy and Religion. Wanke will explore the significance of D-Day as a critical turning point in World War II. Following the main program, learn about a travel opportunity to visit Normandy, France, with fellow Beavers in 2024 for the 80th anniversary of D-Day.
Coaches Clinic: The Sport Parent | May 17
Are you “the sport parent” in your community? Your enthusiasm for your children’s success and enjoyment in sports means you have a critical role to play. Whether you are a parent-coach, a parent-spectator or a coach working with parents, join the final session of the free Coaches Clinic series to learn how you can help keep kids in the game.
Candid conversations with OSU Changemakers | May 16 and June 1
In upcoming Changemakers webcasts, hear from Beavers on a mission to create a positive impact for others, at Oregon State and across the globe.
» May 16 | Alexis Serna, ’08, talks about turning adversity into advantage and leading OSU programs that guide student-athletes in their career development.
» June 1 | Amber Coyne, MPH ’15, discusses addressing public health risks to keep the most vulnerable populations safe, with a focus on LGBTQ+ health equity.
2023 University Distinguished Professor Lectures | May 24
Celebrate the professors awarded OSU’s highest faculty honor in 2023. Dr. Emily Ho, University Distinguished Professor of Nutrition and endowed chair and director of the Linus Pauling Institute, and Dr. Yanyun Zhao, University Distinguished Professor of Food Science and Technology, will present insightful lectures in person and via livestream.