Honoree Joyce Carol Oates wows her hosts and grants instant credibility to the OSU’s new literary award
We asked President Ray to talk about encounters with alumni.
A problem of late has been the terrible inconvenience of having to go to so many groundbreakings …
Brook supports the OSU women’s track and cross-country teams as a fan, a photographer and a donor.
… 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.”
Late this fall, OSU track and field should be fully and literally back on track.
“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.
Replacement of OSU’s four main cultural centers will start with a dramatic new Native American Cultural Center
Education Hall looks oddly bare these days, like a genteel old woman caught in the garden in her corset and bloomers.
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.
Despite the economy and despite Oregon’s higher education governance and funding structure, which can defy logic regardless of one’s political leanings, OSU is a booming place. Which is all good but not without consequences.
“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.
Friends and supporters of OSU headed to the annual Destination OSU celebration in Rancho Mirage, Calif., this spring to celebrate the university and to honor alumni for service to the university.
A $600,000 gift establishes a major literary prize and brings attention to OSU’s MFA program.
(From the Spring 2011 Oregon Stater) A $5 million gift from two of the world’s most prominent advocates for whole grains and healthy eating will launch a new research and outreach center in OSU’s College of Health and Human Sciences focused on whole grain foods nutrition, while federal grants of $2.9 million for aging research [...]
Anyone who has visited a major construction site with Pritchett has seen work nearly halt as word spreads that “Hal is here” and engineers rush over to pay their respects.
No Small Potatoes is essentially a Reser family and business history, authored by Al and writer Kerry Tymchuk. A modest little book, it’s a great read.
… campus leaders announced an increased campaign goal: $850 million. The campaign will continue through 2013 and will help propel OSU to a new level of distinction and global leadership.
They seem like natural partners, OSU’s College of Health and Human Sciences and the College of Pharmacy. But add the College of Veterinary Medicine?
The gift establishes the first-ever endowed faculty position at the Central Oregon campus …