A geometric mural by Portland artist Damien Gilley, commissioned through Oregon’s Percent for Art in Public Places Program, has been installed in OITs newly-remodeled student recreation center.
Encroaching wildfire smoke forced a change of plans on dozens of ukulele-playing students last week.
Oregon Tech’s Geomatics program received a 2021 NCEES Surveying Education Award for $10,000 from the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying.
It was a photo of Chichen Itza that first sparked Cassie DeFillipo’s love of world travel.
Imagine being 14-years old and going up against the “best of the best” at one of the largest rodeos in the world. Wyatt Davis, from Klamath Falls, did more than that last week, coming in 11th place out of 95 contestants from across the globe.
A team of Oregon Institute of Technology students won the grand prize at Invent Oregon Collegiate Challenge for their natural tree structure with photovoltaic solar leaves and a vertical wind turbine to generate power.
Even with masks on, the smiles of some of the students getting haircuts Friday in a Stearns Elementary School hallway were easily detectable.
Students headed outside Thursday on the last day of Mazama’s STEM&M Camp to launch handmade rockets and test bubble wands and marble runs, showing that science and engineering can be fun — and an ongoing process.
For one Klamath County student, the pandemic’s forced exodus to the virtual classroom proved to be more boon than barrier.
Last month, the Sessom Family Trust contributed more than $78,000 to the award winning Klamath Union High Sschool band, orchestra, and choir programs.
The Earl and Jane Ferguson Scholarship Fund of Oregon Community Foundation awarded $5,000 in scholarships to five Klamath County students to support their academic and career goals.
When he graduated high school in 2013, Moises Cobian wasn’t thinking about college.