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HC alum Julia Bingham spent her summer after graduation building on the research she began with her Honors College thesis, in which she launched the first systematic evaluation of gooseneck barnacle biology in Oregon. By encouraging collaboration between scientists, fishers and the public, Bingham and her team aim to foster a sustainable approach to management of a potential West Coast market for goosenecks. Read the full article on Honors Link.
The nearly 4,000 member Honors College and Program alumni community is one of the most active, accomplished and engaged groups of Oregon State University graduates, and we are committed to providing alums with opportunities to connect with one another and with current students. Whether you attend one of the events and meet ups we hold throughout the U.S. each year, come to Corvallis or Bend to discuss your career insights with the next generation of honors students or just follow HC newsletters and social media, we are open to your ideas and input. Reach out to the Honors College Direct of External Relations and Operations, Kevin Stoller, with your thoughts at 541.737.6425 or email@example.com.
The Honors College's next events are on October 17th in Portland and October 23rd and 24th in the greater Boston area. Join us for a showcase of Honors College undergraduate research at the Knight Cancer Research Building in Portland on October 17th at 6:00 p.m. or attend meet-ups in Framingham at Jack's Abby Tavern on October 23rd at 6:00 p.m. or on the 24th at The Merchant in Boston at 6:30 p.m. To RSVP or for more information, contact Emily Anderson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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