How OSU and Bobby Kennedy helped 1967 alumnus Husnu Ozyegin change the world
“When you go to an interview people are always telling you, ‘We love OSU graduates.’ It’s nice to hear that.”
Recent chemical engineering grad has a demanding job making life-saving vaccines. On the side, she’s an NFL cheerleader.
The OSU racing team was thrilled to win the Formula Student Germany competition.
Young OSU grads’ cloud computing company rocketed from startup to acquisition target in almost no time
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.
He wondered if folks at the OSU College of Engineering would donate textbooks, so he turned to a familiar contact.
The Peace Corps and a passion for Peru led the blue-eyed, gentle-mannered John Platt to the love of his life.
“In this economy, there may be many grandparents who aren’t able to help their grandchildren as much as they would like. I thought, maybe I can step in.”
“Our goal was to beat the Bonneville record for our class, which was 70.670 mph, set last year,” Patterson wrote. “The world record of 73.006 mph was set at sea level and was considered unreachable by us at the horsepower-robbing high altitude (almost 4,400 feet) and high temps of Bonneville.”
When Todd and Cindy Woodley decided to establish a fund to support faculty excellence in the College of Engineering, they knew their gift would help OSU retain one of its most promising professors. They didn’t know which professor, but they knew the importance of keeping good faculty.
… in walks Paula Hammond, boss of Washington’s complex highway system, de facto admiral of the nation’s largest ferry system, and the woman in charge of a 7,100-employee agency aimed at getting Evergreen State residents from here to there and home again despite daunting geographical, meteorological and economic roadblocks.