CORVALLIS, Ore. – Twelve distinguished Oregon State University alumni, including the CEO of the coffee chain Dutch Bros, will participate in an online discussion on April 11 about how they have made positive changes in the Portland area.
The event is free to view but registration is required. OSU President Jayathi Murthy and
John Valva, vice president for alumni engagement and executive director of the OSU Alumni Association, will lead a discussion with the alumni. It will be followed by breakout sessions where audience members can ask questions of the alumni.
The following alumni will take part:
The Alumni Fellows program was established by the Oregon State University Alumni Association in 1988 for the purpose of recognizing, in partnership with university colleges and units, some of the university’s most distinguished alumni.
About the OSU Alumni Association: The Alumni Association was founded in 1873 and has been in continuous service since that time. Based in the CH2M HILL Alumni Center, the association bridges a global community of over 215,000 Oregon State alumni, and its engaged community of volunteers and supporters make possible events, scholarships, career development and specialized alumni services that make OSU a place of lifelong learning and belonging. In 2017, the OSU Foundation and OSU Alumni Association were integrated, with a mission to partner with the university to engage our communities, inspire investment and steward resources to enhance the university’s excellence and impact. Read more at ForOregonState.org.