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August 13, 2015

Oregon State University Summer Session

Summer term enters its last lap

Few things are better than a sense of accomplishment and starting off the new academic year on a high note. Next week, you have that opportunity.

Session 5 of summer term begins Monday, Aug. 17, and runs until Sept. 4. It’s the three-week homestretch of summer and offers a chance for you to quickly complete a degree requirement and head into fall term like a champ.

If you’re not in Corvallis this summer, keep in mind that Oregon State Ecampus delivers hundreds of courses online, so you can study wherever you are.

Summer photo contest  

Want a chance to win an iPad Mini? Enter our photo contest

Here’s how to take part in the last two weeks of the #myOSUsummer photo contest:

1. Take a photo on campus
2. Tag it #myOSUsummer on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook
3. Wait to see if you win a weekly prize and an iPad Mini

Each Monday, we’ll pick a Best of the Week photo and give the photographer a $25 Visa gift card. Later this month, the Best of the Week photo that receives the most “favorites” and “likes” on social media will receive an iPad mini.

Go online for full contest details and rules.

  Bard in the Quad

Bard in the Quad a big hit so far with only 3 shows left

The MU quad is pretty empty these days, but at night it comes alive. That’s because OSU Theatre’s Bard in the Quad is wowing audiences with performances of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.”

Everyone’s favorite Shakespeare rom-com returns to the MU quad tonight through Sunday, Aug. 13-16. All shows start at 7:30 p.m., and admission for OSU students is only $5. The performance also includes OSU Chamber Winds performing Felix Mendelssohn’s classic “Midsummer Night’s Dream Suite.”

OSU Summer Session is a proud supporter of Bard in the Quad.


Learn how our views on religion, society impact environment

PHL 543 - World View and Environmental Values

This course invites you to investigate how worldviews of all varieties affect concepts of nature and environmental values. You and your classmates will explore how the philosophical and religious aspects of selected environmental issues relate to the political, economic, cultural and social dimensions.

The three-week course runs Aug. 17-Sept. 4, so register today.

  NMC 322 - Landmarks in Media Content

Examine creativity in media through a historical lens

NMC 322 - Landmarks in Media Content

This class introduces students to media content that represents advances in the art and science of creative use of media technology. Some of these advances were recognized immediately, others only after time had passed.

The three-week course runs Aug. 17-Sept. 4, so register today.

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