Advocating for Student-Centric STEM Research and Funding

The College of Science represented Oregon State University for the first time at the 20th Annual Coalition for National Science Funding Capitol Hill Exhibition in Washington, DC, May 7. The exhibit was entitled "Student-centric STEM Research:  Advancing science through business, industry and government partnerships." 

Representing the College were Department of Chemistry Professor Doug Keszler, Department of Physics Professor Janet Tate and chemistry graduate student Jenn Amador who met Oregon Congresswoman Suzanne Bonamici's staffer and other congressional delegates as they advocated for STEM research and funding.

Publish Date: 
Thursday, May 8, 2014