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Posts tagged with Glenn Evans

July 2, 2014

Glenn Evans Recognized for 37 Years of Teaching and Mentorship

Physical Chemist, Glenn Evans began his career at OSU in 1977.  Hair was big, bell bottoms were wide and the Bucky Ball hadn’t been discovered yet.  He started out teaching a variety of freshman level and graduate courses, taking up Physical Chemistry courses in the late 90’s.  Around 2000, he started to cover more and […]

June 17, 2014

Undergraduate of the Quarter – Spring 2014 – Chris Heron

Chris Heron has been selected as one of our Undergrads of the Quarter for Spring 2014.  Chris was born in Corvallis, OR.  Prior to coming to OSU, Chris was in the United States Army – serving 3 separate tours in Iraq and was stationed in both Georgia and Colorado – finishing at the rank of Staff […]

May 30, 2012

Undergraduate of the Quarter – Spring 2012 – Matt Stolt

Matthew Stolt has been selected as an undergrad chem major of the quarter for Spring 2012.  Matt was born and raised in Oregon – growing up in the Beaverton area. He attended Jesuit High School.  He cites his big brother as a significant influence in his life including encouraging him to attend Jesuit High School as well […]

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