“Life course research reveals both the bright sides and the dark sides of human experience,” says CPHHS Professor Rick Settersten. “This fuels the passion I feel around matters of social inequality.”
The Hallie Ford Center and Joyce Collin Furman Hall at Oregon State University have been selected to receive the 2013 DeMuro Award for Excellence in Preservation, Reuse and Community Revitalization by Restore Oregon.
Getting the unique opportunity to research in an idyllic location such as the Swiss Alps may seem attractive to most – but for PhD student Jack Day – it was the potential for collaborating with his peers that influenced his decision to participate in a week-long doctoral workshop abroad.
The Division of Health Sciences hosted its first “Ignite Research Colloquium” – or as many referred to it – “speed-dating” event February 4 at the Hallie Ford Center for Healthy Children & Families.
At 9:09 a.m. on the ninth day of the ninth month of the ninth year of 2009, the Hallie Ford Center for Healthy Children and Families was officially launched. As the ceremony began, the chimes atop the Memorial Union played the OSU fight song and children built a pyramid of giant blocks, topping it with a “Thank You” to the late Hallie Ford, and to her children and grandchildren who attended the ceremony.