We conduct cutting edge plant biology research, and apply that knowledge to address important societal issues, educating students and the public about plants and their global relevance.
One degree, five options. Learn the core scientific and analytical skills surrounding botany and plant pathology, and focus your education on one of five key areas of focus.
We offer Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees. Within each program, students may elect to specialize in one of eight key areas of concentration.
Phil Hamm announced recently he is retiring after 44 years with Oregon State University, including serving the last 29 years at the Hermiston Agricultural Research and Extension Center and the last 14 as the center’s director.
The greenhouse facility splits use between teaching and university research efforts and has the ability to grow almost any commodity plant that grows in Oregon at any given time. This can range from fruits to grains to trees.
Congratulations to all of our Botany major undergraduates who were named to the Winter 2019 Dean’s List! These students completed twelve or more graded credit hours and earned...
The Department of Botany and Plant Pathology invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE) 9-month, tenure-track Assistant Professor position.