Our whole sense of what we can accomplish … is directly related to the height of the walls we put up, or allow other people to put up …
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He uses science and a bit of whimsy to, as he says, “add quality to data.”
OSU SIFE proves and teaches that business skills can make the world a better place.
Robert Johnson gets a lot of strange looks when he tells his friends what he does in Ken Hedberg’s lab.
Ariko Iso, a 1993 OSU graduate, was hired away from the NFL’s Pittsburgh Steelers this summer to be OSU’s head football athletic trainer.
She’s the first female general officer from the Oregon Army National Guard.
As I walk around this magnificent campus and visit with people, I am filled with wonderful memories.
From the Fall 2011 Oregon Stater After two national searches, OSU President Ed Ray this summer selected a pair of Oregon State alumni with roots in Oregon and broad experience off campus to lead the university’s two major communications and outreach organizations. Oregon civic leader Steven J. Clark, president and publisher of the Portland Tribune [...]
I have decided to say goodbye by indulging myself one last time in my favorite passion as an Oregon Stater: discussing the defining moments in this university’s history.
… the slick soles of the loafers led to a spectacular, tailbone-whomping fall that knocked the breath out of me and left me writhing on the floor to the soothing tones of “Smoke on the Water.”
John Porter, a 1983 graduate in business from Tualatin, is the 2011-2012 president of the OSUAA Board of Directors.
Bond and Barte Starker, co-owners of Corvallis-based Starker Forests Inc., received the OSUAA’s highest award.
Lynda Ciuffetti of the Department of Botany and Plant Pathology in the College of Agricultural Science received the OSU Alumni Association Distinguished Professor Award for 2010.
Late this fall, OSU track and field should be fully and literally back on track.
Given that OSU’s athletic budget for 2010-11 was approximately $50 million, that new revenue stream will dramatically ease but not erase money worries for Oregon State Director of Athletics Bob De Carolis and his staff.
Beaver wrestlers in Istanbul will add to one of the highest international profiles among Beaver sports, one that dates back to Robin Reed winning a gold medal and Chet Newton a silver in the 1924 Olympics.
Company buy-outs and four or five job eliminations over the years have sent him from Pacific Rim countries to San Diego and now, with Procter & Gamble, to Boston and a chance to explore the East Coast.
The OSU racing team was thrilled to win the Formula Student Germany competition.
“I’m the one in the car who suddenly yells, ‘Pull over, pull over – I’ve got to go look at that soil!’”
Four new members have been elected to the OSU Foundation Board of Trustees.
Milosh Popovich, Sam Wheeler and Jim Poirot leave strong legacies at OSU.