Lifelong Beaver and new Human Development and Family Sciences instructor creates a climate of curiosity to empower the next generation of leaders
Jennifer Macias Morris, ’11, is a first-grade Spanish immersion teacher who integrates multiple innovative opportunities to teach her students useful skills for the workplace, despite only being in the first grade.
Drew Docter will graduate with a master of public health focused on epidemiology. Originally from Madison, Wisc., he is confident that his time in the MPH program has given him the tools to better translate community voices and experiences into data-driven decision-making.
Regan Benitez, BS ’21, always knew she wanted to work with people and make a difference. A practicum working with the homeless gave her the chance.
Barbara and Dave Underriner, ’81, recently created the first endowed public health scholarship in the CPHHS at Oregon State University, providing funding to students to reduce the financial barrier to obtaining their degree.
Jacquizz Rodgers, former Beaver football player and NFL running back, recently graduated with a degree in human development and family sciences