At this year's President's Dinner, OSU students shared their personal stories about how generous donors have made a lasting impact on their lives. Each donor's gift goes far beyond the monetary value and helps shape the lives of current and future Beavers. THANK YOU!
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Lacie LaRue, senior director of annual giving programs for the Oregon State University Foundation, has been named one of 2016’s most innovative young leaders in the nation by The Chronicle of Philanthropy.
Presidential Scholar Rikki Redhead is an officer with OSU’s chapter of Active Minds: a peer-to-peer organization devoted to erasing the stigma surrounding mental illness among college students. She notes that scholarship support makes a major impact on reducing students’ stress levels and improving their ability to graduate.
Northwest Farm Credit Services and CoBank each have committed $250,000 toward construction of the College of Forestry’s Oregon Forest Science Complex.
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