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Degree Partnership Program

A view of a bay with bright blue water in Hawai'i, taken from the Ala Kahakai Trail.

A biological, cultural approach to conservation begins at home – and online

Cayla “La” Crivello wanted to find a way to impact her community without having to leave it. What she found was Oregon State University Ecampus and an environmental sciences degree that she could complete without having to leave Hawai’i. And now? She’s engaging with her local and state government and working in conservation.

Christiania Jefferies and her son play in the sand at a beach near their home in Tillamook, Oregon. Christiania is an OSU Ecampus psychology student in the Degree Partnership Program.

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“Working through Tillamook Bay Community College, as well as Oregon State, I was able to feel connected to my local community as well as a greater community,” says Christiania Jefferies, OSU Ecampus psychology student.