OSU professor emeritus elected to prestigious engineering academy

Jose Reyes, professor emeritus of nuclear engineering at Oregon State University and founder of NuScale Power, has been elected to the National Academy of Engineers.

CORVALLIS, Ore. – Jose Reyes, professor emeritus of nuclear engineering at Oregon State University and founder of NuScale Power, has been elected to the National Academy of Engineers.

Reyes, on the faculty of OSU’s College of Engineering for 30 years, was one of 99 new members elected this year, each one of the world’s most accomplished engineers.

Education Program Coordinator at North Fork John Day Watershed Council

Employer: North Fork John Day Watershed Council

Expires: 03/21/2018

Community Focused, Landscape
Reflected

The North Fork John
Day Watershed Council (NFJDWC), through its Education Program, provides
hands-on environmental stewardship and service-learning opportunities to youth
and young adults during summer, and field trips and presentations to local
schools during the school year. The Program also develops and manages
outreach and education activities for residents throughout Grant County.

Bilingual Multicultural Education Specialist (PED #21443) at State of New Mexico

Employer: State of New Mexico - Public Education Department

Expires: 03/14/2018

Education Administrator- Advanced (PED #71543) at State of New Mexico

Employer: State of New Mexico - Public Education Department

Expires: 03/13/2018

Human cells’ remodeling abilities may be key to how cancer spreads

Research at shows that human cells have tremendous power to mechanically change their surroundings, opening the door to new insights on a variety of physiological processes including how cancer spreads.

CORVALLIS, Ore. – Research at Oregon State University shows that human cells have tremendous power to mechanically change their surroundings, opening the door to new insights on a variety of physiological processes including how cancer spreads.

Study finds tuna fishermen who fish along ocean fronts can significantly boost revenue

Savvy Northwest anglers have long known that when patches of warm Pacific Ocean water drift closer to shore each summer, it’s time to chase after the feisty and tasty albacore tuna. Now a new study confirms that tuna are more likely to be found in regions of the California Current System with certain oceanographic conditions – and that commercial fishermen who work those areas more frequently bring in up to three times the revenue of other tuna anglers.

Workplace alcohol not always a perk for recent college grads seeking jobs

Offering alcohol to employees in the workplace may be a trendy perk of employment, but it doesn’t appear to be an enticement for recent college graduates just entering the workforce, new research published today from Oregon State University shows.

Spring Outdoor Education Instructor at Camp Killoqua

Employer: Camp Killoqua

Expires: 03/31/2018

Early Childhood Education Teacher at UMCHS

Employer: UMCHS

Expires: 03/02/2018

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