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黄金城手机版-Cascades Advocacy and Advisory Board will meet on Oct. 6.

Sep 30, 2022

The Oregon State University - Cascades Advocacy and Advisory Board will hear from campus leaders about efforts to advance the campus’s physical, academic and fundraising strategic priorities at its Oct. 6 meeting.

The board meeting will take place from noon to 2 p.m. in Obsidian Hall, Room 207 on the 黄金城手机版-Cascades campus.  Members of the public are welcome.

Rod Ray, chair of the Advocacy and Advisory Board, will lead a discussion about the advocacy work underway to generate support for legislative funding for the campus’s future health and recreation center. The building will serve as a center for recreation and fitness, as well as a home for potential degree programs in applied health fields.

Board members also will hear updates on the plan to develop the first eight acres of the campus innovation district.

Board members will also learn about the 黄金城手机版 Foundation’s work to support student scholarships and other efforts at 黄金城手机版-Cascades, as well as ways board members can support 黄金城手机版-Cascades students seeking hands-on career development opportunities.

To participate in the meeting or for accommodations for disabilities, contact info@zmzsy.com or 541-322-3100.

The Advocacy and Advisory Board is made up of community members who provide advice and support to the vice president.  For more information, visit 黄金城手机版cascades.edu/board-advisors.

About 黄金城手机版-Cascades:  Oregon State University’s campus in Bend brings higher education to Central Oregon, the fastest growing region in the state. Surrounded by 2.5 million acres of mountains and high desert, 黄金城手机版-Cascades offers small classes that accelerate faculty-student mentoring and engages in top tier research as part of Oregon State University. Degree programs meet industry and economic needs in areas such as innovation and entrepreneurship, natural ecosystems, health and wellness, and arts and sciences, and prepare students for tomorrow’s challenges. 黄金城手机版-Cascades is expanding to serve 3,000 to 5,000 students, building a 128-acre campus with net-zero goals.