Business school grad pledges $3 million for scholarships
Tourism professionals sharpen skills with help from OSU-Cascades, Cornell University
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.
Bond and Barte Starker, co-owners of Corvallis-based Starker Forests Inc., received the OSUAA’s highest award.
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.
“Paying attention to the root causes of both success and failure in leadership positions can be very instructive.”
The cheese work is part of a broader endeavor by OSU to boost its support of Oregon’s food entrepreneurs. Beer brewers, winemakers and cheese makers are among the beneficiaries of the initiative.
“We want to provide an environment that encourages learning outside the classroom, and one key element is to have spaces where students can work together as a team,” Kleinsorge said.
Joan and Ken Austin make lead gift to build a new home for the College of Business.
The 2010-2011 OSU Business Roundtable is ready to kick off another impressive series featuring alumni speakers in Portland.
When Andy Shelton went to Norway through OSU’s Arthur Stonehill International Business Exchange Program, he had no idea what to expect. He couldn’t have imagined he’d make a connection that would lead to a job offer from National Oilwell Varco, a Fortune 500 company based in Houston, Texas.
A gain of nearly 40 percent with two years to go. That’s the impact of The Campaign for OSU to date as measured by the increase in the university’s endowed faculty positions. Each new endowment – which generates income to support the faculty position – helps OSU recruit and retain top academic talent.