Improving scientific understanding and applying that knowledge to
social, economic and environmental solutions.
Catch up on the latest happenings at Hatfield in our bi-monthly newsletter.
In this issue, you can meet our current artist-in-residence, learn about students participating in coastal summer camps and internships and read about local research investigating the effects of climate change on bi-catch.
You can find all of our past newsletter issues here.
In June, $16.5 million in funding was approved for a 34,000-square-foot housing project to accommodate primarily upper division and graduate students and visiting professionals and staff studying or working at Hatfield. This complex was conceived as a response to the housing shortage in the Newport area, and it will ease a portion of the local housing demand.
The complex will include 70+ studio-style apartments and a small number of two-bedroom apartments. The new housing will be a quick walk from the Hatfield campus and located outside of the tsunami zone.
The Hatfield Marine Science Center is a distinguished marine laboratory located in Newport, Oregon.
Now in its 55th year of operation, Hatfield serves as Oregon State University’s coastal campus and as an oceanographic research base for six state and federal agencies. It is also a resource for K-12 educators and the public.
At Hatfield, we excel in student research opportunities and experiential instruction. We host a thriving summer internship program and offer an array of academic programs for students in community college through post-doc.