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Yvette Gibson uses binoculars to look on over a herd of cattle on range land.

Behind the scenes with Yvette Gibson, rangeland science instructor

5 minute read After years of working in the business sector, Yvette Gibson earned a natural resources degree online through Oregon State Ecampus and now is an instructor in OSU’s Department of Animal and Rangeland Sciences. They say you can’t have your cake and eat it too, but Yvette Gibson has ignored that expression for years. She’s simultaneously Behind the scenes with Yvette Gibson, rangeland science instructor

A man wearing a black graduation cap and gown smiles in a selfie in an arena filled with other graduates.

Engineering master’s degree is a long time coming, and employer tuition benefits helped

2 minute read “Had I enrolled in a traditional in-person program, I would not have achieved the success that I now enjoy. The flexibility of Oregon State’s online program allowed me to achieve honors in the engineering management program and now graduate with my master’s degree.” — Tim Edwards, OSU graduate

Mary Tunstall smiling for a photo under the sun in front of green leafy trees and bushes.

How this data analytics grad excels in everything remote

5 minute read Mary Tunstall shares how she embarked on her graduate degree in data analytics the only way she knew how: By facing it head on, just as she did as a whitewater raft guide in West Virginia. Mary didn’t let intense rapids stand in her way, and she wouldn’t let challenging coursework slow her down either.

an alpine lake with red leafed trees and mountains the background

Which environmental degree should I choose?

4 minute read Explore what makes each of Oregon State’s environmental online bachelor’s degrees unique and learn about the skills you’ll gain when you enroll in a program online.

Oregon State University’s Class of 2024 features record-setting number of online learners

3 minute read Tania Davis earned a bachelor’s degree in human development and family sciences online with Oregon State. She is one of the 2,049 Ecampus students who will graduate this weekend — representing 26.8% of all OSU graduates this year (7,648).