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The Oregon Chapter of Epsilon Sigma Phi, a national honorary fraternity of Extension Service professional educators, recognized several members recently for outstanding accomplishments.
Jim Rutledge, Oregon State University Extension 4-H Youth Development program leader, has been recognized by the Oregon Department of Agriculture as an outstanding contributor to agriculture.
A retired Oregon State University professor has just left on a trip to one of the poorest countries in southeast Asia to help set up a teaching program to support the country's food industry.
Recent Oregon State University PhD graduate Jessica Rykken was one of 150 U.S. graduate students to recently travel abroad as part of the National Science Foundation's Summer Institutes in Asia and Australia.
Recycle Day is a chance to recycle clean plastic containers from half pints to 55-gallon drums that held pesticides, micro-nutrients, adjuvants and cleaners.The containers collected will be shredded into chips and recycled into plastic pallets and fencing materials.
The Oregon State University Extension Association (OSUEA) and OSU Extension Service honored its top educators at a recent awards ceremony on the OSU campus, where recipients received recognition for outstanding work in Extension education, communication and leadership.
Thirty-one men and women who have been agricultural innovators, educators and community and organizational leaders will be honored as 2004 Diamond Pioneers by the Oregon State University College of Agricultural Sciences at a luncheon on Oct. 21, 2004 at the OSU Alumni Center in Corvallis. Separate award stories for each community included.