Oregon Science Teachers Association
 
 

Conferences/Events



Upcoming events

    • September 27, 2017
    • 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    • Bridge City Taproom, 620 SE 122nd Ave, Portland, OR 97233

    Please join OSTA Board Members, Jeremy Magee and Angie Ortiz-McNeese at the Bridge City Taproom on Wednesday September 27th, from 5 to 7 pm.


    Come meet other teachers from our side of the Portland Metro Area. Speak with teachers from your subject area. Share your favorite lesson or a lesson that you want some help with. Enjoy some snacks provided by the OSTA. Buy yourself a fun beverage. Do you have a student teacher? Bring them too so they can get a free membership in the OSTA. There will even be a few, small door prizes.Come tell the OSTA how we can support you throughout this school year. Come have conversations about science and science teaching with other professional science teachers. Please register for this event right away so we know how many snacks to order.


    This event is open to everyone, OSTA Member or not.

    However, we respectfully request that if you are, or have been, an OSTA member, that you log in to the website before registering for this event. 


    If you have forgotten your password, just select "forgot password" after entering your e-mail address* and a temporary one will be provided.  

    *You will need to use the e-mail address that is associated with your membership if you use more than one e-mail address.


    • September 30, 2017
    • Online meetings all over the state of Oregon

    Sign up by Saturday September 30, 2017


    The Oregon Science Project is NGSS Online Professional Development designed to Increase Teacher Access to Professional Learning Communities Across Oregon.


    The Oregon Science Project invites you to connect online with other educators throughout Oregon and join the larger statewide conversation around NGSS and K-12 science education. Teachers from every region in Oregon are encouraged to join!


    Sign up to be on one of over 30 small online teams representing over 200 of Oregon’s K-12 teachers from ALL over Oregon who also want to connect online and collaboratively learn about NGSS!


    Each team will have a trained Oregon Science Project Learning Facilitator to guide them in real time through curated online NGSS PD Modules. Together with up to 10 other motivated educators you will explore the roles of phenomena, student talk, and formative assessment for equity in the NGSS.


    Complete 20 hours of interactive, real-time/synchronous NGSS professional development with your team from the comfort of your own computer, and earn 2 graduate credits or 40 PDU’s. (credits cost a total of $120 while PDU’s are free).


    After registering here, you will be sent a confirmation email with additional instructions to follow. Please look for this in your inbox. If you haven't received it, check your spam folder.


    This opportunity is open to everyone, OSTA Member or not.

    However, we respectfully request that if you are, or have been, an OSTA member, that you log in to the website before registering for this event. 



    • October 03, 2017
    • November 21, 2017
    • 4 sessions
    • Lane ESD, 1200 State Hwy 99 N, Eugene, OR 97402


    Who

    • Rural district teachers without adopted curriculum

    • 10 teachers for workshop plus OSTA package

    • 5 teachers for workshops only

    What

    • Introduction to Next Generation Science Standards and Project-Based Learning

    • C2SL Model Lessons

    • Preparation for 2019 Oregon science assessments

    When

    • October 3, 4-5 pm (intro for OSTA Oct 13-14);

    • Nov 7, 8:30-3:30, lunch provided

    • Nov 14, 21, 4-6pm

    Where

    Outcome

    • Implement one of the Content in Context SuperLessons with classroom support

    Benefits

    • FREE NGSS Units and Kits available for check out

    • FREE OSTA Package: Membership and Conference Registration (10 spaces)

    • $250 stipend, provided upon completion of implementation plan

    • Subs reimbursed

    • 12 PDUs



    • October 12, 2017
    • 4:30 PM - 9:00 PM
    • OMSI, 1945 SE Water Avenue, Portland, OR 97214
    • 189

    Join your colleagues as we celebrate science educators who have demonstrated professional excellence.


    Join us at Theory, OMSI's cafe for food and drink starting at 4:30pm. Dinner will be served at 5pm, and the awards program will start at 5:30pm. The menu for dinner will accommodate vegans, vegetarians and gluten free attendees.


    After the event, enjoy an evening at OMSI exploring the exhibit halls, experience STEM programing and demonstrations by museum educators.


    Adults: $25

    Children 3-12: $12

    Children under 3 are free.


    To pay using a credit or debit card:

    Complete the online registration.  Click the "Pay online" button. This will take you to PayPal. If you do not have a PayPal account, just check out as a guest.


    Paying by check?

    Complete the online registration without paying online.  Print the invoice that will be e-mailed to you. Make your check payable to OSTA. Mail the invoice with your check to the the OSTA Registrar at the address below.


    OSTA Conference Events

    4110 SE Hawthorne Blvd., #1025

    Portland, OR 97214-5246


    Refund/Cancellation Policy:  Awards event registrations are nonrefundable.


    • October 13, 2017
    • 8:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    • Portland Community College, Sylvania Campus, 12000 SW 49th Ave, Portland, OR 97219

    This workshop is by application only. Click here to apply.

    What happens when the “Big One” hits the Pacific Northwest? How do we get clean, safe water for our daily needs when water systems may be down for weeks? This scenario motivates a design activity to design and build a personal water purifier. The module starts with an introduction of the LifeStraw, an inspirational invention created to reduce misery and save lives in locations where fresh potable water is not available, and launches students into an inquiry phase to learn about common environmental contaminants and the purification properties of common materials.  This data is then used by student teams to design their own “personal water purifiers” that can remove various types of pollution, from particulates and protozoans to acids. The module combines core ideas in life science and chemistry to integrate science with engineering design and invention let students solve a problem of high relevance to our region.

    This workshop is sponsored by the PSU College of Engineering/MESA and the Lemelson Foundation. Participating teachers will receive a set of integrated curriculum materials (slides, worksheets, resources) and a full set of matching classroom supplies to support teaching the module, and an opportunity to join a cohort of supportive colleagues.

    Presenters are Mihir Ravel, Cary Sneider and Jennifer Wells, research faculty at Portland State University.

    3 Professional Development Units to be provided upon completion.

    This event is open to everyone, OSTA Member or not.

    However, we respectfully request that if you are, or have been, an OSTA member, that you log in to the website before registering for this event. 


    If you have forgotten your password, just select "forgot password" after entering your e-mail address* and a temporary one will be provided.  

    *You will need to use the e-mail address that is associated with your membership if you use more than one e-mail address.


    To pay using a credit or debit card:

    Complete the online registration.  Click the "Pay online" button. This will take you to PayPal. If you do not have a PayPal account, just check out as a guest.


    Paying by check?

    Complete the online registration and click on the "invoice me button."  Print the invoice that will be e-mailed to you. Make your check payable to OSTA. Mail the printed invoice with your check to the Conference Registrar at the following address:


    OSTA Registrar

    4110 SE Hawthorne Blvd, #1025

    Portland, OR 97214-5246


    Will your district be paying?

    • Each individual completes the online registration and clicks on the "invoice me" button.
    • Print the invoice that will be emailed.
    • Submit the invoice(s) to your district for payment

    To districts sending teachers or groups of teachers:

    • Gather all invoices from individual registrants.
    • Include with your payment each registrant name along with their invoice number.
    • Send your payment to OSTA Registrar at the address above.
    If you have any questions please contact OSTA's Registrar at registrar@oregonscience.org.



    Refund/Cancellation Policy:  Refund requests must be in writing and must be postmarked/timestamped 10 days before the event. Registration cancellations are subject to a $20 processing fee.  Send any requests to the registrar at registrar@oregonscience.org, or to the address above.


    • October 13, 2017
    • 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Portland Community College, Sylvania Campus, 12000 SW 49th Ave, Portland, OR 97219
    • 44

    Instructor: Dr. Lisa Nyberg, California State University, Fresno
    Location: Portland Community College, Sylvania Campus
    Audience: K-6


    Learning about science begins with investigations of engaging questions: How does that work? How can I solve that problem? Why do things sink or float? How does the toy make sound? See how engaging questions and meaningful investigations help students build understanding of science concepts while giving purpose to literacy skill development. 


    How can you make learning accessible through the use of carefully selected questioning strategies that promote analytical thinking? Experience hands-on investigating strategies integrated in a dynamic model to engage powerful instructional practices focused on Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards!


    NSTA Press author, Dr. Lisa Nyberg has worked for over thirty years as an educator of students ranging from preschool to graduate school.  She has worked as a classroom teacher, university professor, author, and educational consultant. Her teaching has been recognized by a number of awards including:  the Presidential Award for Excellence in Science and Mathematics Teaching and the National Science Foundation Award for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics and Science. Businesses have also acknowledged her work with the OMSI/Techtronix Award for Excellence in Teaching and the American Electronics Association Award for Science Teacher of the Year. Her work has been featured on The Disney Channel Salutes the American Teacher; PBS SCIENCELINE, and Learning Science Through Inquiry television features.  


    4 Professional Development Units will be provided upon completion.


    To receive the member rate for this workshop, you must log in to the website before registering for this event.

    If you have forgotten your password, just select "forgot password" after entering your e-mail address* and a temporary one will be provided.  

    *You will need to use the e-mail address that is associated with your membership if you use more than one e-mail address.



    To pay using a credit or debit card:

    Complete the online registration.  Click the "Pay online" button. This will take you to PayPal. If you do not have a PayPal account, just check out as a guest.



    Paying by check?

    Complete the online registration and click on the "invoice me button."  Print the invoice that will be e-mailed to you. Make your check payable to OSTA. Mail the printed invoice with your check to the Conference Registrar at the following address:


    OSTA Registrar

    4110 SE Hawthorne Blvd, #1025

    Portland, OR 97214-5246


    Will your district be paying?

    • Each individual completes the online registration and clicks on the "invoice me" button.
    • Print the invoice that will be emailed.
    • Submit the invoice(s) to your district for payment

    To districts sending teachers or groups of teachers:

    • Gather all invoices from individual registrants.
    • Include with your payment each registrant name along with their invoice number.
    • Send your payment to OSTA Registrar at the address above.
    If you have any questions please contact OSTA's Registrar at registrar@oregonscience.org.



    Refund/Cancellation Policy:  Refund requests must be in writing and must be postmarked/timestamped 10 days before the event. Registration cancellations are subject to a $20 processing fee.  Send any requests to the registrar at registrar@oregonscience.org, or to the address above.


    • October 13, 2017
    • 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Portland Community College, Sylvania Campus, 12000 SW 49th Ave, Portland, OR 97219
    • 25
    Instructors: Bradford Hill & Matt McCollum
    Location: Portland Community College, Sylvania Campus
    Audience: High School

    This workshop aims to engage participants in a cell phone and telecommunications project. This 3D learning progression, like the 5 others that make up the Patterns Approach to Physics, integrates PBL, modeling, and the science and engineering practices. 


    We begin with the phenomenon of a cell phone call where the student asks, "how are you hearing me?" That launches us into telecommunications and a learning progression that targets all the NGSS wave PEs, and how the ear works. In addition, participants will code a simple app to first encode binary digital information and then decode it back into a text message.


    4 Professional Development Units to be provided upon completion.


    To receive the member rate for this workshop, you must log in to the website before registering for this event.

    If you have forgotten your password, just select "forgot password" after entering your e-mail address* and a temporary one will be provided.  

    *You will need to use the e-mail address that is associated with your membership if you use more than one e-mail address.



    To pay using a credit or debit card:

    Complete the online registration.  Click the "Pay online" button. This will take you to PayPal. If you do not have a PayPal account, just check out as a guest.



    Paying by check?

    Complete the online registration and click on the "invoice me button."  Print the invoice that will be e-mailed to you. Make your check payable to OSTA. Mail the printed invoice with your check to the Conference Registrar at the following address:


    OSTA Registrar

    4110 SE Hawthorne Blvd, #1025

    Portland, OR 97214-5246


    Will your district be paying?

    • Each individual completes the online registration and clicks on the "invoice me" button.
    • Print the invoice that will be emailed.
    • Submit the invoice(s) to your district for payment

    To districts sending teachers or groups of teachers:

    • Gather all invoices from individual registrants.
    • Include with your payment each registrant name along with their invoice number.
    • Send your payment to OSTA Registrar at the address above.
    If you have any questions please contact OSTA's Registrar at registrar@oregonscience.org.



    Refund/Cancellation Policy:  Refund requests must be in writing and must be postmarked/timestamped 10 days before the event. Registration cancellations are subject to a $20 processing fee.  Send any requests to the registrar at registrar@oregonscience.org, or to the address above.


    • October 13, 2017
    • 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Portland Community College, Sylvania Campus, 12000 SW 49th Ave, Portland, OR 97219
    • 23
    Instructor: Berkeley Gadbaw
    Location: Portland Community College, Sylvania Campus
    Audience: Middle School

    Come join us for a look into an NGSS aligned unit on space! See how engaging your students in a challenging phenomenon can drive instruction and provide a framework for teaching cross-cutting concepts such as patterns, systems and system models, and scale, proportion, and quantity. You will learn how students can use modeling to make predictions about the world around them and add to their model as more information is gathered. In addition, we will use a computer simulation to model gravity and its components.

    4 Professional Development Units to be provided upon completion.

    To receive the member rate for this workshop, you must log in to the website before registering for this event.

    If you have forgotten your password, just select "forgot password" after entering your e-mail address* and a temporary one will be provided.  

    *You will need to use the e-mail address that is associated with your membership if you use more than one e-mail address.



    To pay using a credit or debit card:

    Complete the online registration.  Click the "Pay online" button. This will take you to PayPal. If you do not have a PayPal account, just check out as a guest.



    Paying by check?

    Complete the online registration and click on the "invoice me button."  Print the invoice that will be e-mailed to you. Make your check payable to OSTA. Mail the printed invoice with your check to the Conference Registrar at the following address:


    OSTA Registrar

    4110 SE Hawthorne Blvd, #1025

    Portland, OR 97214-5246


    Will your district be paying?

    • Each individual completes the online registration and clicks on the "invoice me" button.
    • Print the invoice that will be emailed.
    • Submit the invoice(s) to your district for payment

    To districts sending teachers or groups of teachers:

    • Gather all invoices from individual registrants.
    • Include with your payment each registrant name along with their invoice number.
    • Send your payment to OSTA Registrar at the address above.
    If you have any questions please contact OSTA's Registrar at registrar@oregonscience.org.



    Refund/Cancellation Policy:  Refund requests must be in writing and must be postmarked/timestamped 10 days before the event. Registration cancellations are subject to a $20 processing fee.  Send any requests to the registrar at registrar@oregonscience.org, or to the address above.

    • October 13, 2017
    • 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Portland Community College, Sylvania Campus, 12000 SW 49th Ave, Portland, OR 97219
    • 23
    Instructor: Carol Biskuipic-Knight
    Location: Portland Community College, Sylvania Campus
    Audience: K-5

    Creating a learning experience for all students to meet all standards is hard work and should not be done in isolation. Moving science instruction forward at the elementary level can be difficult given school and district constraints, barriers, and limitations. What if we used the wonder of science to engage students in a meaningful pursuit of knowledge, to think and act like scientists, thus providing the impetus needed to promote language and literacy. What if we collaborated using the Next Generation Science Standards as the instructional framework for integration to develop language and literacy in all students, but especially our English Learners? Experience active engagement of phenomenon-based activities throughout this session and receive support on how to have your students be captivated, capable and committed learners who are scientifically literate!

    4 Professional Development Units to be provided upon completion.

    To receive the member rate for this workshop, you must log in to the website before registering for this event.

    If you have forgotten your password, just select "forgot password" after entering your e-mail address* and a temporary one will be provided.  

    *You will need to use the e-mail address that is associated with your membership if you use more than one e-mail address.



    To pay using a credit or debit card:

    Complete the online registration.  Click the "Pay online" button. This will take you to PayPal. If you do not have a PayPal account, just check out as a guest.



    Paying by check?

    Complete the online registration and click on the "invoice me button."  Print the invoice that will be e-mailed to you. Make your check payable to OSTA. Mail the printed invoice with your check to the Conference Registrar at the following address:


    OSTA Registrar

    4110 SE Hawthorne Blvd, #1025

    Portland, OR 97214-5246


    Will your district be paying?

    • Each individual completes the online registration and clicks on the "invoice me" button.
    • Print the invoice that will be emailed.
    • Submit the invoice(s) to your district for payment

    To districts sending teachers or groups of teachers:

    • Gather all invoices from individual registrants.
    • Include with your payment each registrant name along with their invoice number.
    • Send your payment to OSTA Registrar at the address above.
    If you have any questions please contact OSTA's Registrar at registrar@oregonscience.org.



    Refund/Cancellation Policy:  Refund requests must be in writing and must be postmarked/timestamped 10 days before the event. Registration cancellations are subject to a $20 processing fee.  Send any requests to the registrar at registrar@oregonscience.org, or to the address above.

    • October 13, 2017
    • 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
    • OHSU Simulation CLSB, 2730 SW Moody Ave., Portland, OR 97201
    • 24
    Explore OHSU's state-of-the-art Mark Richardson Interprofessional Simulation Center in the Collaborative Life Sciences Building (CLSB) to learn about:
    • Manikin based training
    • Standardized patient training
    • Virtual reality and procedural training
    • Have an opportunity to meet a simulated patient used for training of disciplines including medicine, anesthesia, surgical services, healthcare, education and research.
    Parking near the site is limited and is not covered in the cost of this tour.  It is highly recommended that you utilize public transportation.

    This event is open to everyone, OSTA Member or not.

    However, we respectfully request that if you are, or have been, an OSTA member, that you log in to the website before registering for this event. 


    If you have forgotten your password, just select "forgot password" after entering your e-mail address* and a temporary one will be provided.  

    *You will need to use the e-mail address that is associated with your membership if you use more than one e-mail address.


    To pay using a credit or debit card:

    Complete the online registration.  Click the "Pay online" button. This will take you to PayPal. If you do not have a PayPal account, just check out as a guest.


    Paying by check?

    Complete the online registration and click on the "invoice me button."  Print the invoice that will be e-mailed to you. Make your check payable to OSTA. Mail the printed invoice with your check to the Conference Registrar at the following address:


    OSTA Registrar

    4110 SE Hawthorne Blvd, #1025

    Portland, OR 97214-5246


    If you have any questions please contact OSTA's Registrar at registrar@oregonscience.org.



    Refund/Cancellation Policy:  Tour registrations are nonrefundable

    • October 13, 2017
    • 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Oregon National Primate Research Center, 505 NW 185th Avenue, Beaverton, OR 97006
    • 23
    Instructors: Lynda Jones & Dr. Mary Zelinski
    Location: Oregon National Primate Research Center
    Audience: High School


    Learn a new way to enhance biology teaching and student learning using real-life biomedical technologies. This NGSS-aligned, National Institutes of Health-sponsored, free web-based approach to teaching basic biological concepts has students assume the role of oncologists who specialize in cancer treatment. Concepts are informed by a new field of medicine, “Oncofertility”, encompassing technologies to preserve fertility in patients before cancer treatment. Learn how to integrate cancer and therapies, cell division, anatomy, physiology, cryopreservation, fertility preservation, stem cells, ethics, and epigenetics into biology. Hands-on activities include exploring optimal cryopreservation solutions for storing tissues and a biomaterial that maintains 3-dimensional cellular structure.


    Lunch will be provided for this workshop.


    4 Professional Development Units to be provided upon completion.


    To receive the member rate for this workshop, you must log in to the website before registering for this event.

    If you have forgotten your password, just select "forgot password" after entering your e-mail address* and a temporary one will be provided.  

    *You will need to use the e-mail address that is associated with your membership if you use more than one e-mail address.



    To pay using a credit or debit card:

    Complete the online registration.  Click the "Pay online" button. This will take you to PayPal. If you do not have a PayPal account, just check out as a guest.



    Paying by check?

    Complete the online registration and click on the "invoice me button."  Print the invoice that will be e-mailed to you. Make your check payable to OSTA. Mail the printed invoice with your check to the Conference Registrar at the following address:


    OSTA Registrar

    4110 SE Hawthorne Blvd, #1025

    Portland, OR 97214-5246


    Will your district be paying?

    • Each individual completes the online registration and clicks on the "invoice me" button.
    • Print the invoice that will be emailed.
    • Submit the invoice(s) to your district for payment

    To districts sending teachers or groups of teachers:

    • Gather all invoices from individual registrants.
    • Include with your payment each registrant name along with their invoice number.
    • Send your payment to OSTA Registrar at the address above.
    If you have any questions please contact OSTA's Registrar at registrar@oregonscience.org.



    Refund/Cancellation Policy:  Refund requests must be in writing and must be postmarked/timestamped 10 days before the event. Registration cancellations are subject to a $20 processing fee.  Send any requests to the registrar at registrar@oregonscience.org, or to the address above.

    • October 13, 2017
    • 11:30 AM - 2:30 PM
    • Portland Community College, Sylvania Campus, 12000 SW 49th Ave, Portland, OR 97219

    This workshop is by application only. Click here to apply.


    What do we do when the power is down and the lights go out? This module expands on this real-life situation to let students explore the basics of chemical generation of electricity by exploring practical chemistry and designing their own emergency battery and LED light.  Moving beyond the typical qualitative lemon battery experiment, students engage in a team design project to systematically investigate the electrochemical properties of different metals and common household electrolytes (vinegar and lemons, but also coke, coffee, salt and Smarties!) that could be used to make a emergency battery to power a night light. This data is then used by the teams to design and optimize batteries that can power an LED emergency light for several nights.

    This workshop is sponsored by the PSU College of Engineering/MESA and the Lemelson Foundation. Participating teachers will receive a set of integrated curriculum materials (slides, worksheets, resources) and a full set of matching classroom supplies to support teaching the module, and an opportunity to join a cohort of supportive colleagues.

    Presenters are Mihir Ravel, Cary Sneider and Jennifer Wells, research faculty at Portland State University.

    3 Professional Development Units to be provided upon completion.

    This event is open to everyone, OSTA Member or not.

    However, we respectfully request that if you are, or have been, an OSTA member, that you log in to the website before registering for this event. 


    If you have forgotten your password, just select "forgot password" after entering your e-mail address* and a temporary one will be provided.  

    *You will need to use the e-mail address that is associated with your membership if you use more than one e-mail address.


    To pay using a credit or debit card:

    Complete the online registration.  Click the "Pay online" button. This will take you to PayPal. If you do not have a PayPal account, just check out as a guest.


    Paying by check?

    Complete the online registration and click on the "invoice me button."  Print the invoice that will be e-mailed to you. Make your check payable to OSTA. Mail the printed invoice with your check to the Conference Registrar at the following address:


    OSTA Registrar

    4110 SE Hawthorne Blvd, #1025

    Portland, OR 97214-5246


    Will your district be paying?

    • Each individual completes the online registration and clicks on the "invoice me" button.
    • Print the invoice that will be emailed.
    • Submit the invoice(s) to your district for payment

    To districts sending teachers or groups of teachers:

    • Gather all invoices from individual registrants.
    • Include with your payment each registrant name along with their invoice number.
    • Send your payment to OSTA Registrar at the address above.
    If you have any questions please contact OSTA's Registrar at registrar@oregonscience.org.



    Refund/Cancellation Policy:  Refund requests must be in writing and must be postmarked/timestamped 10 days before the event. Registration cancellations are subject to a $20 processing fee.  Send any requests to the registrar at registrar@oregonscience.org, or to the address above.


    • October 13, 2017
    • 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
    • Portland Community College, Sylvania Campus, 12000 SW 49th Ave, Portland, OR 97219
    • 10
    Instructor: Bruce Koike, Little Pond Nature Prints
    Location: Portland Community College, Sylvania Campus
    Audience: General Audiences

    This 2 hours hands-on, skill building workshop provides basic knowledge and "How To" about Gyotaku, the Japanese Art of Fish Printing. How this art form fits Next Generation Science Standards will be briefly discussed.

    All supplies (fish, paint, paper, brushes etc) are provided. Participants should bring a spirit of exploration and adventure!

    To receive the member rate for this workshop, you must log in to the website before registering for this event.

    If you have forgotten your password, just select "forgot password" after entering your e-mail address* and a temporary one will be provided.  

    *You will need to use the e-mail address that is associated with your membership if you use more than one e-mail address.



    To pay using a credit or debit card:

    Complete the online registration.  Click the "Pay online" button. This will take you to PayPal. If you do not have a PayPal account, just check out as a guest.



    Paying by check?

    Complete the online registration and click on the "invoice me button."  Print the invoice that will be e-mailed to you. Make your check payable to OSTA. Mail the printed invoice with your check to the Conference Registrar at the following address:


    OSTA Registrar

    4110 SE Hawthorne Blvd, #1025

    Portland, OR 97214-5246


    Will your district be paying?

    • Each individual completes the online registration and clicks on the "invoice me" button.
    • Print the invoice that will be emailed.
    • Submit the invoice(s) to your district for payment

    To districts sending teachers or groups of teachers:

    • Gather all invoices from individual registrants.
    • Include with your payment each registrant name along with their invoice number.
    • Send your payment to OSTA Registrar at the address above.
    If you have any questions please contact OSTA's Registrar at registrar@oregonscience.org.



    Refund/Cancellation Policy:  Refund requests must be in writing and must be postmarked/timestamped 10 days before the event. Registration cancellations are subject to a $20 processing fee.  Send any requests to the registrar at registrar@oregonscience.org, or to the address above.

    • October 13, 2017
    • 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • Portland Community College, Sylvania Campus, 12000 SW 49th Ave, Portland, OR 97219
    • 21
    Instructors: Caitlin Everett & Charlotte Denis
    Location: Portland Community College, Sylvania Campus
    Audience: High School

    This workshop focuses on three-dimensional (3D) learning through intertwining the disciplinary core ideas of modern biology with the scientific and engineering practices and crosscutting concepts as described in the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). Teachers will experience the Patterns Approach of using inquiry experiments as a mode to learn content as well as how to integrate engineering and student-centered learning experiences into their instruction. Teachers will also learn how to structure their inquiry and engineering investigations with multiple designs to foster scientific discourse between students during the analysis of data. Resources and unit plans with a scope and sequence that address the NGSS high school life science discipline will be shared.

    4 Professional Development Units to be provided upon completion.

    To receive the member rate for this workshop, you must log in to the website before registering for this event.

    If you have forgotten your password, just select "forgot password" after entering your e-mail address* and a temporary one will be provided.  

    *You will need to use the e-mail address that is associated with your membership if you use more than one e-mail address.



    To pay using a credit or debit card:

    Complete the online registration.  Click the "Pay online" button. This will take you to PayPal. If you do not have a PayPal account, just check out as a guest.



    Paying by check?

    Complete the online registration and click on the "invoice me button."  Print the invoice that will be e-mailed to you. Make your check payable to OSTA. Mail the printed invoice with your check to the Conference Registrar at the following address:


    OSTA Registrar

    4110 SE Hawthorne Blvd, #1025

    Portland, OR 97214-5246


    Will your district be paying?

    • Each individual completes the online registration and clicks on the "invoice me" button.
    • Print the invoice that will be emailed.
    • Submit the invoice(s) to your district for payment

    To districts sending teachers or groups of teachers:

    • Gather all invoices from individual registrants.
    • Include with your payment each registrant name along with their invoice number.
    • Send your payment to OSTA Registrar at the address above.
    If you have any questions please contact OSTA's Registrar at registrar@oregonscience.org.



    Refund/Cancellation Policy:  Refund requests must be in writing and must be postmarked/timestamped 10 days before the event. Registration cancellations are subject to a $20 processing fee.  Send any requests to the registrar at registrar@oregonscience.org, or to the address above.

    • October 13, 2017
    • 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • Portland Community College, Sylvania Campus, 12000 SW 49th Ave, Portland, OR 97219
    • 24
    Instructor: Berkeley Gadbaw
    Location: Portland Community College, Sylvania Campus
    Audience: Middle School

    Come join us for a look at how middle school students can engage in two (rockets and hot packs) meaningful, data informed engineering tasks. We will collect and share data that enable us to make better engineering design decisions. In this class I will model ways to have students use white boards to make their thinking visible and how to conduct a "board meeting" to share data as a class. We will also use the cross-cutting concepts to better explain what is happening in each of these design tasks in terms of matter and energy.

    4 Professional Development Units to be provided upon completion.

    To receive the member rate for this workshop, you must log in to the website before registering for this event.

    If you have forgotten your password, just select "forgot password" after entering your e-mail address* and a temporary one will be provided.  

    *You will need to use the e-mail address that is associated with your membership if you use more than one e-mail address.



    To pay using a credit or debit card:

    Complete the online registration.  Click the "Pay online" button. This will take you to PayPal. If you do not have a PayPal account, just check out as a guest.



    Paying by check?

    Complete the online registration and click on the "invoice me button."  Print the invoice that will be e-mailed to you. Make your check payable to OSTA. Mail the printed invoice with your check to the Conference Registrar at the following address:


    OSTA Registrar

    4110 SE Hawthorne Blvd, #1025

    Portland, OR 97214-5246


    Will your district be paying?

    • Each individual completes the online registration and clicks on the "invoice me" button.
    • Print the invoice that will be emailed.
    • Submit the invoice(s) to your district for payment

    To districts sending teachers or groups of teachers:

    • Gather all invoices from individual registrants.
    • Include with your payment each registrant name along with their invoice number.
    • Send your payment to OSTA Registrar at the address above.
    If you have any questions please contact OSTA's Registrar at registrar@oregonscience.org.



    Refund/Cancellation Policy:  Refund requests must be in writing and must be postmarked/timestamped 10 days before the event. Registration cancellations are subject to a $20 processing fee.  Send any requests to the registrar at registrar@oregonscience.org, or to the address above.

    • October 13, 2017
    • 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • Portland Community College, Sylvania Campus, 12000 SW 49th Ave, Portland, OR 97219
    • 24
    Instructor: Dr. Terry Talley and Jan Lanse, STEMscopes
    Location: Portland Community College, Sylvania Campus
    Audience: Middle School

    The Oregon Science Standards offer a rich opportunity to view science instruction through a whole new lens - STEM! Join us in this highly engaging and hands-on session as we model and address STEM through the Oregon Science Standards. We will use research-based STEM instructional strategies to integrate 21st Century Skills, Engineering Practices, and Cross Cutting Concepts to tackle the use of Models, Argumentation, Discourse, and CER. An Engineering Design Process will be used and investigated while solving a design problem and demystify the 3 dimensions of the NGSS!

    4 Professional Development Units to be provided upon completion.

    To receive the member rate for this workshop, you must log in to the website before registering for this event.

    If you have forgotten your password, just select "forgot password" after entering your e-mail address* and a temporary one will be provided.  

    *You will need to use the e-mail address that is associated with your membership if you use more than one e-mail address.


    To pay using a credit or debit card:

    Complete the online registration.  Click the "Pay online" button. This will take you to PayPal. If you do not have a PayPal account, just check out as a guest.



    Paying by check?

    Complete the online registration and click on the "invoice me button."  Print the invoice that will be e-mailed to you. Make your check payable to OSTA. Mail the printed invoice with your check to the Conference Registrar at the following address:


    OSTA Registrar

    4110 SE Hawthorne Blvd, #1025

    Portland, OR 97214-5246


    Will your district be paying?

    • Each individual completes the online registration and clicks on the "invoice me" button.
    • Print the invoice that will be emailed.
    • Submit the invoice(s) to your district for payment

    To districts sending teachers or groups of teachers:

    • Gather all invoices from individual registrants.
    • Include with your payment each registrant name along with their invoice number.
    • Send your payment to OSTA Registrar at the address above.
    If you have any questions please contact OSTA's Registrar at registrar@oregonscience.org.



    Refund/Cancellation Policy:  Refund requests must be in writing and must be postmarked/timestamped 10 days before the event. Registration cancellations are subject to a $20 processing fee.  Send any requests to the registrar at registrar@oregonscience.org, or to the address above.

    • October 13, 2017
    • 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM
    • Portland Community College, Sylvania Campus, 12000 SW 49th Ave, Portland, OR 97219

    This workshop is by application only. Click here to apply.


    What is sound? Why does the sound from a guitar or saxophone sound “musical”, and why does a guitar sound different from a ukulele or a violin? To find out, students engage in a number of activities to explore the properties of sound waves, vibrating strings, and resonators. A structured scientific inquiry of strings under tension using using a phone app lets students generate their own engineering data for designing a stringed instrument. The student teams then design and build their own stringed instruments mapped onto a specific frequency scale, and taking into account the role of harmonics and resonances that give musical sound its pleasant  richness.

    This workshop is sponsored by the PSU College of Engineering/MESA and the Lemelson Foundation. Participating teachers will receive a set of integrated curriculum materials (slides, worksheets, resources) and a full set of matching classroom supplies to support teaching the module, and an opportunity to join a cohort of supportive colleagues.

    Presenters are Mihir Ravel, Cary Sneider and Jennifer Wells, research faculty at Portland State University.

    3 Professional Development Units to be provided upon completion.

    This event is open to everyone, OSTA Member or not.

    However, we respectfully request that if you are, or have been, an OSTA member, that you log in to the website before registering for this event. 


    If you have forgotten your password, just select "forgot password" after entering your e-mail address* and a temporary one will be provided.  

    *You will need to use the e-mail address that is associated with your membership if you use more than one e-mail address.


    To pay using a credit or debit card:

    Complete the online registration.  Click the "Pay online" button. This will take you to PayPal. If you do not have a PayPal account, just check out as a guest.


    Paying by check?

    Complete the online registration and click on the "invoice me button."  Print the invoice that will be e-mailed to you. Make your check payable to OSTA. Mail the printed invoice with your check to the Conference Registrar at the following address:


    OSTA Registrar

    4110 SE Hawthorne Blvd, #1025

    Portland, OR 97214-5246


    Will your district be paying?

    • Each individual completes the online registration and clicks on the "invoice me" button.
    • Print the invoice that will be emailed.
    • Submit the invoice(s) to your district for payment

    To districts sending teachers or groups of teachers:

    • Gather all invoices from individual registrants.
    • Include with your payment each registrant name along with their invoice number.
    • Send your payment to OSTA Registrar at the address above.
    If you have any questions please contact OSTA's Registrar at registrar@oregonscience.org.



    Refund/Cancellation Policy:  Refund requests must be in writing and must be postmarked/timestamped 10 days before the event. Registration cancellations are subject to a $20 processing fee.  Send any requests to the registrar at registrar@oregonscience.org, or to the address above.


    • October 13, 2017
    • 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
    • Vernier Software & Technology, 13979 SW Millikan Way, Beaverton, OR 97005
    • 26

    How do you create and produce world-class sensors, interfaces, and software?  Find out on this in-depth tour of Vernier. Developing sensor technology for more than 130 countries, Vernier Software & Technology is a world leader in probeware with a reputation for extraordinary customer service.  Participants are invited to tour the company with David Vernier, former physics teacher and founder of the company. Visit our on-site Technology Museum, discover a bit about the company’s history, see new products demonstrated, and go home with a bag of science goodies.  Come check out Vernier’s LEED-certified building with cool science features such as solar panels, electrochromic windows, a saltwater aquarium, an augmented reality sandbox, and an indoor slide that is perfect for fun-loving science teachers.

    If you have questions regarding the tour, please call or email Angie Harr at aharr@vernier.com, 503-277-2200 x2153.

    This event is open to everyone, OSTA Member or not.

    However, we respectfully request that if you are, or have been, an OSTA member, that you log in to the website before registering for this event. 


    If you have forgotten your password, just select "forgot password" after entering your e-mail address* and a temporary one will be provided.  

    *You will need to use the e-mail address that is associated with your membership if you use more than one e-mail address.


    To pay using a credit or debit card:

    Complete the online registration.  Click the "Pay online" button. This will take you to PayPal. If you do not have a PayPal account, just check out as a guest.


    Paying by check?

    Complete the online registration and click on the "invoice me button."  Print the invoice that will be e-mailed to you. Make your check payable to OSTA. Mail the printed invoice with your check to the Conference Registrar at the following address:


    OSTA Registrar

    4110 SE Hawthorne Blvd, #1025

    Portland, OR 97214-5246

      If you have any questions please contact OSTA's Registrar at registrar@oregonscience.org.



      Refund/Cancellation Policy:  Refund requests must be in writing and must be postmarked/timestamped 10 days before the event. Registration cancellations are subject to a $20 processing fee.  Send any requests to the registrar at registrar@oregonscience.org, or to the address above.


      • October 13, 2017
      • 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
      • 19475 SW 118th, Tualatin, OR

      Tour Stickman Brewing Company to learn the process of brewing beer, fermentation, and do some beer tasting along the way.  Your host is the brewmaster for Stickman Brewery where you will be tasting 4-5 beers, maybe some barrel tasting along the way.  After your tasting experience, you can purchase glasses of beer, food or growlers.



      This event is open to everyone, OSTA Member or not.

      However, we respectfully request that if you are, or have been, an OSTA member, that you log in to the website before registering for this event. 


      If you have forgotten your password, just select "forgot password" after entering your e-mail address* and a temporary one will be provided.  

      *You will need to use the e-mail address that is associated with your membership if you use more than one e-mail address.


      To pay using a credit or debit card:

      Complete the online registration.  Click the "Pay online" button. This will take you to PayPal. If you do not have a PayPal account, just check out as a guest.


      Paying by check?

      Complete the online registration and click on the "invoice me button."  Print the invoice that will be e-mailed to you. Make your check payable to OSTA. Mail the printed invoice with your check to the Conference Registrar at the following address:


      OSTA Registrar

      4110 SE Hawthorne Blvd, #1025

      Portland, OR 97214-5246


      If you have any questions please contact OSTA's Registrar at registrar@oregonscience.org.



      Refund/Cancellation Policy:  Tour registrations are nonrefundable.

      • October 13, 2017
      • 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
      • 20210 SW Conzelmann Road, Sherwood, OR

      Get a wine tasting experience like no other at Hawks View Winery.  Winemaker Don is a biochemist who will lead the tour, discussing the picking, crushing, fermentation and aging of the the variety of wines.  There may be some barrel tasting as well as tasting their winery flight of 4-5 wines.  Glasses of wine, bottles and food are available for purchase.



      This event is open to everyone, OSTA Member or not.

      However, we respectfully request that if you are, or have been, an OSTA member, that you log in to the website before registering for this event. 


      If you have forgotten your password, just select "forgot password" after entering your e-mail address* and a temporary one will be provided.  

      *You will need to use the e-mail address that is associated with your membership if you use more than one e-mail address.


      To pay using a credit or debit card:

      Complete the online registration.  Click the "Pay online" button. This will take you to PayPal. If you do not have a PayPal account, just check out as a guest.


      Paying by check?

      Complete the online registration and click on the "invoice me button."  Print the invoice that will be e-mailed to you. Make your check payable to OSTA. Mail the printed invoice with your check to the Conference Registrar at the following address:


      OSTA Registrar

      4110 SE Hawthorne Blvd, #1025

      Portland, OR 97214-5246


      If you have any questions please contact OSTA's Registrar at registrar@oregonscience.org.



      Refund/Cancellation Policy:  Tour registrations are nonrefundable.

      • October 14, 2017
      • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
      • Portland Community College, Sylvania Campus, 1200 SW 49th Avenue Portland, OR 97219
      The Oregon Science Teachers Association's 56th Annual Fall Conference on Science Education

      Full STEAM Ahead: Unleash the Power of NGSS

      October 14, 2015
      Portland Community College
      Sylvania Campus
      1200 SW 49th Avenue
      Portland, OR 97219

      Conference Schedule

      Friday, October 13:

      • Pre-Conference Workshops & Tours
      • Happy Hour/Early Registration
      • Awards Banquet

      Saturday, October 14:

      • General Session
      • Concurrent sessions
      • Exhibitor displays & give-a-ways

      We have an exciting program planned!
      Membership in OSTA has grown to over 800 K-16 teachers. Our regional workshops have engaged our members and heightened the awareness of the importance of teacher professional development in science. We are expecting between 300-400 teachers in attendance.

      There are other options to show your support for science educators at this conference by sponsoring activities during the conference, such as our awards event, early registration, conference lunch or snacks.

      If you have any questions, please contact our Exhibitor Liaison, Bernie Carlsen at bcarlsen59@gmail.com.

      To pay using a credit or debit card:

      Complete the online registration.  Click the "Pay online" button.  This will take you to PayPal. If you do not have a PayPal account, just check out as a guest.


      Paying by check?
      Complete the online registration and click the "Invoice Me" button. Print the invoice that will be e-mailed to you. Make your check payable to OSTA. Mail the invoice with your check to:

      Oregon Science Teachers Association 
      2017 Exhibitor Registration
      4110 SE Hawthorne Blvd, #1025
      Portland, OR 97214

      Refund/Cancellation Policy:  Refund requests must be in writing and must be postmarked/timestamped 10 days before the event. Registration cancellations are subject to a $25 processing fee.  Send any requests to the registrar at registrar@oregonscience.org, or to the address above.
      • October 14, 2017
      • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
      • Portland Community College, Sylvania Campus, 12000 SW 49th Ave, Portland, OR 97219
      Advanced Registration ends September 30th

      Conference Program and Schedule will be through our Conference App, and accessible to registered** conference attendees only.

      Events Scheduled

      Thursday, October 12:
      Awards Event @ OMSI*
      OMSI Educator Evening


      Friday, October 13:

      Pre-Conference Workshops & Tours*
      Happy Hour/Early Registration


      Saturday, October 14:

      General Session
      Concurrent sessions
      Exhibitor displays & give-a-ways

      *Registration fees for workshops, tours, and awards event are separate, and may be added when you register for the conference.  Seating is limited.
      **The conference app will be made available to registrants with settled invoices.

      8 Professional Development Units to be provided upon completion.
      Washington Clock Hours will be made available at the conference.

      OSTA Members: Log in before registering to access the membership rate.
      WSTA Members: Get the registration code to access the WSTA membership rate.**

      Not a member?  A regular membership is just $25.  Join here! Then, log in to register.

      To pay using a credit or debit card:

      Complete the online registration.  Click the "Pay online" button. This will take you to PayPal. If you do not have a PayPal account, just check out as a guest.



      Paying by check?

      Complete the online registration and click on the "invoice me button."  Print the invoice that will be e-mailed to you. Make your check payable to OSTA. Mail the printed invoice with your check to the Conference Registrar at the following address:


      OSTA Registrar

      4110 SE Hawthorne Blvd, #1025

      Portland, OR 97214-5246


      Will your district be paying?

      • Each individual completes the online registration and clicks on the "invoice me" button.
      • Print the invoice that will be emailed.
      • Submit the invoice(s) to your district for payment

      To districts sending teachers or groups of teachers:

      • Gather all invoices from individual registrants.
      • Include with your payment each registrant name along with their invoice number.
      • Send your payment to OSTA Registrar at the address above.
      If you have any questions please contact OSTA's Registrar at registrar@oregonscience.org.

      **WSTA Members require a registration code.  Please contact your WSTA Representative, Carol Sandison at carols@solidnet.com

      Refund/Cancellation Policy:  Refund requests must be in writing and must be postmarked/timestamped 10 days before the event. Registration cancellations are subject to a $20 processing fee. Send any requests to the registrar at Registrar@oregonscience.org.

    Past events

    August 10, 2017 Outdoor Science Education on School Grounds
    August 07, 2017 NGSS for Middle School Teachers
    June 03, 2017 Action Research Conference: Communities of Practice Around Elementary Science Education
    June 01, 2017 OSTA Eclipse Workshop & Networking Event
    May 11, 2017 Secondary Science Unconference-May 11th
    May 03, 2017 1st Grade NGSS Aligned Life Science: Biomimicry Unit Support Session
    April 29, 2017 NGSS Earth Science for Middle School Science Teachers
    April 27, 2017 2nd Grade NGSS Aligned Life Science: Diversity of Life: What are Plants Up To?
    April 24, 2017 1st Grade NGSS Aligned Life Science: Biomimicry Unit Support Session
    April 20, 2017 Secondary Science Unconference
    April 20, 2017 2nd Grade NGSS Aligned Life Science: Diversity of Life: What are Plants Up To?
    March 18, 2017 NGSS Life Science for Middle School Science Teachers
    February 16, 2017 Secondary Science Unconference-Feb. 16th
    February 11, 2017 NGSS Physical Science for Middle School Science Teachers
    February 02, 2017 1st Grade NGSS Aligned Physical Science: Light and Sound Waves Unit Support Session
    January 31, 2017 Get Your Hands on Science!
    January 25, 2017 2nd Grade NGSS Aligned Physical Science-Matter Unit: Frozen Puddles/Melting Chocolate
    January 25, 2017 2nd Grade NGSS Aligned Physical Science-Matter Unit: Frozen Puddles/Melting Chocolate
    January 23, 2017 1st Grade NGSS Aligned Physical Science: Light and Sound Waves Unit Support Session
    November 11, 2016 Elementary Day @ NSTA
    November 10, 2016 OSTA/WSTA Awards Program @ OMSI
    November 09, 2016 NGSS for Middle School Science Teachers
    November 09, 2016 Biology for the Next Generation
    November 09, 2016 Chemistry for the Next Generation
    November 09, 2016 Physics for the Next Generation
    November 09, 2016 Using Science to Promote Language and Literacy for All Elementary Students
    October 13, 2016 Secondary Science Unconference
    October 12, 2016 1st Grade NGSS Aligned Earth/Space Science: Patterns of the Sun, Moon, Stars Unit Support Session
    October 10, 2016 2nd Grade NGSS Aligned Earth Science: Changes to the Land Unit Support Session
    October 06, 2016 2nd Grade NGSS Aligned Earth Science: Changes to the Land Unit Support Session
    October 06, 2016 1st Grade NGSS Aligned Earth/Space Science: Patterns of the Sun, Moon, Stars Unit Support Session
    August 26, 2016 Kindergarten NGSS Workshop @ High Desert ESD
    August 26, 2016 Living on the edge… of the Cascadia subduction zone: Teacher professional development for a schools-based slinky seismometer network for Lane County, Oregon schools.
    August 17, 2016 Kindergarten NGSS Workshop @ Lane ESD
    August 09, 2016 NGSS for Middle School Science Teachers
    August 05, 2016 Kindergarten NGSS Workshop @SOU
    June 25, 2016 OSTA Board Kinder NGSS Training
    May 25, 2016 GAPS Elementary Unconference
    May 21, 2016 Integrating Common Core with Outdoor Science Education
    May 19, 2016 Living at the Edge of the Cascadia Subduction Zone: Teacher Professional Development for a Schools-Based Slinky Seismometer Network for Lane County, Oregon Schools
    May 17, 2016 Regional K-12 Unconference
    May 14, 2016 Living at the Edge of the Cascadia Subduction Zone: Teacher Professional Development for a Schools-Based Slinky Seismometer Network for the Coos Bay Region
    May 12, 2016 PDU Certificate Request for All Standards, All Students
    May 12, 2016 All Standards, All Students: Utilizing Rich Language and Rigorous Science Instruction to Ensure Equitable Access for All Students
    May 03, 2016 Climate Reality with Bill Bradbury
    April 28, 2016 High School Science Unconference
    April 14, 2016 Region 1 Social and ISEP Lecture
    April 13, 2016 Kindergarten NGSS Aligned Life Science Unit Support Session
    April 04, 2016 Kindergarten NGSS Aligned Life Science Unit Support Session
    March 10, 2016 LEGO Robotics Workshop
    February 04, 2016 Science Education UnConference
    January 25, 2016 Kindergarten NGSS Aligned Force and Motion Unit Support Session
    January 13, 2016 High School Science Unconference
    October 17, 2015 2015 Awards Banquet
    October 17, 2015 2015 OSTA Fall Conference
    October 17, 2015 2015 OSTA Fall Conference Exhibitor Registration
    October 16, 2015 2015 Pre-Conference Tours
    October 16, 2015 2015 Pre-Conference Workshops
    September 30, 2015 Chemistry & Physics Unconference
    May 16, 2015 Region 4 Gathering
    May 09, 2015 Region 1 Meeting @ Intel STEM Center
    April 18, 2015 Region 1 Meeting @ OMSI
    March 07, 2015 Region 1 Meeting @ Mt. Hood Community College
    February 28, 2015 Region 1 Meeting @ Lewis & Clark College
    February 26, 2015 Region 6 Meeting @ Crux Fermentation Project
    February 21, 2015 Region 1 Meeting @ OMSI
    February 12, 2015 OSTA Social before Theodore Gray's Linus Pauling Lecture
    January 10, 2015 Region 2 meeting
    October 10, 2014 2014 Awards Banquet
    October 10, 2014 2014 OSTA Fall Conference
    October 10, 2014 Exhibitor Registration for 2014 OSTA Conference
    April 26, 2014 Board Meeting
    March 08, 2014 NSTA Virtual Conference--NGSS practices in action
    March 07, 2014 Annual Retreat
    February 07, 2014 Annual Retreat
    November 09, 2013 OSTA Board Meeting
    October 24, 2013 OSTA/WSTA Awards Reception
    October 24, 2013 NSTA Conference
    October 05, 2013 OSTA Board Meeting
    June 15, 2013 OSTA Board Meeting
    May 17, 2013 Imagine Tomorrow Competition
    May 15, 2013 STEM FORUM & EXPO--Early Registration deadline April 19.
    May 04, 2013 OSTA Board Meeting
    March 22, 2013 NOBCCHE WEST REGIONAL MEETING
    March 21, 2013 Marquam Hill Lectures-OHSU-Biology
    March 16, 2013 14th Annual Brain Awareness Season
    January 11, 2013 Annual Retreat
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