Here’s our latest release of digitized videos, all mined from the University Advancement Videotapes (FV 210). Thanks to Brian Davis in the SCARC Digital Production Unit for the heavy lifting to get these online!
- Television news reports of Linus Pauling’s death, August 1994.(0:16:11) A compilation of local news packages reporting on Linus Pauling’s death and the ramifications of his passing for the Linus Pauling Institute of Science and Medicine.
- Doug Strain on the Ava Helen and Linus Pauling Papers, 1999.(0:04:34)
- Fiesta Bowl pageantry, 2000-2001. (1:02:57) Raw footage of activities surrounding the 2001 Fiesta Bowl football game contested between OSU and the University of Notre Dame on January 1, 2001. Included are clips of the OSU pre-game pep rally held in Wells Fargo Arena on the campus of Arizona State University, the Fiesta Bowl Block Party, a pre-game parade, musical performances, and assorted Beaver fans reveling in the occasion.
- OSU Pep Band and Felicia Ragland film, circa 2001. (0:07:11) Footage of the OSU Pep Band playing at Gill Coliseum followed by (at minute 0:02:05) a highlights and interview package on OSU women’s basketball player Felicia Ragland, the Pac-10 player of the year in 2001.
- Dibble Garden dedication ceremony, October 30, 2000. (0:14:01) Footage includes presentations made by OSU President Paul Risser and First Lady Les Risser, OSU Foundation representative Kim Thompson, friend of the Dibble family Estora Moe, and representatives of the Associates Students of Oregon State University. The Dibble Garden is located near the southeast corner of the Valley Library.
- University Honors College class footage, circa 1990s. (0:15:28) Biology professor Kate Lajtha teaching an environmental ecology class to OSU Honors students.
Hatfield Marine Science Center
- “Undersea Landscapes: The Earth and Sea Investigators’ Program,” circa 1990s. (0:17:49) Featuring segments with Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife Marine Resources Program director Jim Golden, OSU Geosciences professor Dawn Wright, and OSU graduate student Darren Taylor.
- “The Native American Community at OSU,” 1993. (0:30:20) Office of Indian Education production.
- Careers in Forestry, circa 1990s. (0:11:37) Promotional film featuring interviews with US Forest Service District Ranger Nancy Graybeal, OSU Forestry professor Norm Johnson, Legal Defense Fund resource analyst Andy Stahl, Starker Forests manager Gary Blanchard, environmental interpreters Linda Paganelli and Mike Giannechini, quality control supervisor Mike Babb, and forest ecologist Peter Frenzen.
- Conservation Farming Field Day, circa 1990s. (0:59:49) Field Day gathering focusing on conservation of internal resources
- “Can’t Do Without OSU,” 1983. (0:10:08) Produced by the OSU Century Club with assistance from the Forestry Media Center.
- “The College of Business: A Top Choice for Students,” 1994. (0:05:31)
- “Multiple Engineering Cooperative Program,” ca. 1995. (0:12:40) A film produced by the OSU College of Engineering to highlight its MECOP engineering internship program.
- “The SMILE Program,” KATU News segment, September 12, 1997. (0:03:04) News package highlighting the Science and Math Investigative Learning Experiences Program at OSU. Includes footage from an interview conducted with SMILE program director Sue Borden.
- “Developing Careers in Engineering: The Multiple Engineering Co-Op Program,” 1998. (0:06:06) A series of short films created to promote the Multiple Engineering Co-Op Program (MECOP) at Oregon State University.
- “Open Minds, Open Doors,” 1998. (0:14:56) A university-wide promotional film that focuses on different aspects of the student experience at Oregon State University. Major topics include residential and dining options, transportation, academic programs, academic support services, extracurricular activities, and mechanisms for connecting with other students.
- “College of Engineering, Oregon State University: A Center of Engineering Excellence,” circa 1990s. (0:05:27) Promotional film focusing on the new Electrical and Computer Engineering Building (present-day Owen Hall).
- “Oregon State University Extended Campus,” circa 2000s. (0:06:20)