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Oregon State University,

at Corvallis; land-grant and state supported; coeducational; chartered 1858 as Corvallis College, opened 1865. In 1868 it was designated Oregon's land-grant agricultural college and was taken over completely by the state in 1885. From 1920 to 1961 it was known as Oregon State College. The university maintains the Hatfield Marine Science Center in Newport, as well as research programs in radiation studies, forestry, computer technology, and environmental studies.
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Contact Oregon State College of Forestry; 541-737-2329; outreach@for.orst.edu.
Both TR and the EEC are located on the campus of Western Oregon State College in Monmouth, Oregon, situated 65 miles west of the state capitol of Salem, 70 miles south of Portland, and 65 miles north of Eugene in the Willamette River Valley, an area in which 80 percent of the state's population resides.
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Main Street) and the year-old Schneider Museum of Art (on the southeast corner of the Southern Oregon State College campus) are particularly worth visiting.
He plans to continue his education at the Oregon State College of Pharmacy.
Eastern Oregon State College, in La Grande, is higher education's heavy when it comes to classes by computer in Oregon.
The Oregon Legislature, in a misguided cost-saving effort, decided to remove science instruction and make the UO a liberal arts university, with Oregon State College (now Oregon State University) becoming the science college in the state.
It helps that Southern Oregon State College produces business and computer science grads, and that the Oregon Institute of Technology's engineering technicians like to stay in sunny Southern Oregon.
"Oregon State college played a great game and has a great football team," Oliver said.
The tree book, initially produced by Oregon State College - now OSU - more than 60 years ago and since revised and updated by Jensen and others, is something of a bible for Oregon tree enthusiasts.

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