OSU received the coveted Community Engagement Classification in 2010 from the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, in recognition of our campus-wide community engagement. OSU is reapplying for the voluntary classification, a multi-year endeavor. Co-chairs of the Carnegie reapplication working committee, Lynn Dierking and Julie Greenwood, joined Vice Provost Scott Reed for this month’s update. Click on the video to learn more.

What are your plans for the 4th of July and the rest of the summer? Share your comments below.

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4 thoughts on “Retaining our Carnegie Engaged University Classification

  1. Fly fishing on the Umpqua River and relaxing at a nearby B & B for the 4th. Gardening and camping for the rest of the summer.

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    • Hope you had a great 4th of July. I’m with you on the gardening bit and just purchased cots for what I hope will be a few camping trips of my own. Where do you like to go camping?

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  2. Looking forward to grilling and golf on the 4th, and a vacation to Iowa to visit family in early August.

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