On November 26th, students from Marisa Chappell's fall course, "HST 415/515: Women, Gender, and Politics in U.S. History" visited Corvallis High School to present lessons on the Woman Suffrage Movement. Pictured (l-r) are: Pamela Trotter, Chloe Tull, and MacKenzie Warden
A "Dream Team" of woman in politics spoke at OSU on November 2nd as part of the Women Citizen Conference including (l-r): Delores Pigsley (Chair, Confederated Tribes of Siletz); Jackie Winters (Oregon State Senator); Barbara Roberts (former Oregon Governor and Secretary of State); Sara Gelser (Oregon State Representative); and Julie Manning (Corvallis Mayor).
(l-r) OSU History student volunteers and interns Nyssa Runyan, Mike Jager (MAIS), Mike Dicianna, Kelsey Ockert take time for a group shot at Camp Adair during the annual Benton County Historic Preservation Month. Their participation was part of the Public History Initiative chaired by Professor Stacey Smith.
"My primary interest is the development of mechanics in the 19th and 20th century, in particular, how the advancement of mechanics is influenced by its social and cultural settings. I hope to take advantage of my physics background to obtain a more comprehensive understanding of the progress of mechanics."
Linda is currently the Ava Helen and Linus Pauling Special Collections Resident Scholar at Oregon State University. "I look forward to obtaining a PhD from OSU and to an academic career as an effective communicator and teacher."
"The field of Peace Studies, concerned with issues such as global justice, has helped me to put my work in perspective. It has served as the foundation upon which I have developed a conceptual model of the world and how I would like to develop a professional career."