Corvallis, OR

About Corvallis

Located in the heart of the Willamette Valley, Corvallis is conveniently situated in relation to a variety of locations: 90 minutes to Portland for big city people, 45 minutes to the coast for ocean lovers, and surrounded by hiking, backpacking and skiing opportunities. Corvallis is home to roughly 60,000 people – having a small town feel with some perks of a big city.

With much opportunity to explore and engage in many diverse communities, Corvallis is a welcoming and innovative community, with much to do outside of the university setting. Whether it be enjoying the local breweries or wineries, attending artistic gatherings or joining a pick-up sports league, Corvallis provides opportunities for all individuals.

To learn more about Corvallis, visit https://www.visitcorvallis.com/ and https://www.corvallisoregon.gov/community/page/about-corvallis.

BEAVERS Lab in Oregon

We have included some photos of our lab members exploring Corvallis and neighboring areas in Oregon.

Our PI, Dr. Bradford, his partner, and Caesar No Drama llama at a tulip farm outside of Portland.

Figure 1: Our PI, Dr. Bradford, his partner, and Caesar No Drama llama at a tulip farm outside of Portland.

One of our lab pets, Lucy, enjoying a hike in Bend, OR.

Figure 2: One of our lab pets, Lucy, enjoying a hike in Bend, OR.

One of our lab pets, Lucy, enjoying a sunset view in Corvallis.

Figure 3: One of our lab pets, Lucy, enjoying a sunset view in Corvallis.

Our lab manager, Angelica, skiing for the first time.

Figure 4: Our lab manager, Angelica, skiing for the first time.

Our lab manager, Angelica, at the peak of Smith Rock in Bend, OR.

Figure 5: Our lab manager, Angelica, at the peak of Smith Rock in Bend, OR.

Our lab manager, Angelica, at Multnomah Falls, a 600ft waterfall outside of Portland.

Figure 6: Our lab manager, Angelica, at Multnomah Falls, a 600ft waterfall outside of Portland.

One of our Assistant Researchers, Mia, at the peak of Bald Hill in Corvallis.

Figure 7: One of our Assistant Researchers, Mia, at the peak of Bald Hill in Corvallis.

The view from Newport Beach.

Figure 8: The view from Newport Beach.

The view at Foster Lake.

Figure 9: The view at Foster Lake.

One of our Assistant Researchers, Lindsay, enjoying the view on the Willamette River in Corvallis.

Figure 10: One of our Assistant Researchers, Lindsay, enjoying the view on the Willamette River in Corvallis.

One of our Assistant Researchers, Jackson's, camping set up at Mary's Peak.

Figure 11: One of our Assistant Researchers, Jackson’s, camping set up at Mary’s Peak.