Fall 2017 Oregon Stater

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Business Matters cover
Business Matters: College of Business
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Sharing the story of a college on the move.
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Focus cover
Focus: College of Forestry
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More than a classroom: Working in the field to create a healthy forest landscape.
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Inspire: College of Education
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Training teachers like we train doctors.
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Leading Edge: College of Liberal Arts
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It's a new era for the arts at OSU.
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Momentum: College of Engineering
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Appreciating the power of partnership.
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Cover story

New ship
An Ocean of Opportunity
Nation asks Oregon State to design, build and be the home of a $122 million, next-generation research vessel.
Model of new ship

Also featured:

actors in play
Melodrama on the Quad: Shakespeare moves to the Wild West.

Front section
Front section: Editor touts the OSU150 oral histories. | letters | Beaver brags | OSU150 calendar | OSU-Cascades funding | Books<

Ed Said
Ed Said: Talk about renaming buildings is part of a crucial conversation.

Healthy Life: How does one choose the right multivitamin?

What do you know? Take a quiz about motorcycle safety from Oregon State's TEAM OREGON.

Dispatches from the center
Welcome to "Dispatches from the Center:" New column explores the humanities at Oregon State.

playing catch
Transformative toys were born of brotherhood.

New arts and education plan
Artistic freedom: The university will build a major complex for arts education and performances.

researcher on snow
OUT THERE: Help communicate the quality, impact and relevance of Oregon State University.

dog in water rehab tank
The right kind of rehabilitation can turn a hurting dog's life into a happy dog's life.

inventors in garage
A big idea and a Roomba motor: Engineering alumni win national wave energy competition, plus a sidebar on the scholarship legacy of a one-of-a-kind secretary.

Enya and namesake fish
Middle section: Orinoco fish named after Enya. | Meet a multicultural leader.

Commencement photos
Commencement: Sending forth another record class.

Terra on mammoths
Terra in the Stater: Emissary from an Ice Age boneyard.

OSUAA sectionOSUAA section: Executive director's favorite event brings tears, inspiration.

Campus greenhousesLooking back: Campus greenhouses are reminders of the past with a key role in the present.

Coach Gary AndersenSports: Coach Gary Andersen has found his coaching sweet spot. | Baseball crafts a season to remember. | Student-athletes seek sustainability wins. | Men's hoops needs health and numbers for resurgence. | Women's hoops soars on court, in class.

Back sectionOf note: New life members | noteworthy moments | passings of Beavers and friends

Former POW, Air Force general still sharing lessons.

career column
Get the job you want: How to create your best résumé.

Gayle Fitzpatrick
Alumna supports a stronger start for emerging leaders