Senator Gordon Smith's remarks, given on the US Senate floor, are heard on the audio file. He was congratulating the 2006 OSU Baseball Team on winning the NCAA College World Series. It is 2 minutes and 37 seconds long.
Owen D. Osborne began his career as an Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Oregon State University in 1971. While his primary responsibility was instruction for both graduates and undergraduates, Osborne became involved in a number of research programs. During this time, Osborne began working for Office of Energy Research and Development to combat the oil crisis of the mid-1970s. Osborne's work with the federal and state legislatures helped start the Energy Extension program in Oregon. In 1977, Osborne started working on the newly established Energy Extension program part-time as an Information Coordinator, and was full-time by 1978. He also worked on a variety of other projects throughout the state with a number of agencies during this period, including the Eugene Water and Electric Board. Osborne left Oregon State University in 1982 to take a job as the Director of the Engineering Extension Service at Iowa State University, which was a unique branch of the Extension Service. He returned to Oregon State University in 1990 to take the job of Associate Director of Programs. Osborne began a phased-retirement in 1998, which he completed shortly thereafter with an emeritus appointment.
Roberta C. Frasier was appointed Family Life Specialist with the Oregon State University Extension Service in 1959, a position she held until her retirement in 1974. She trained Extension and 4-H educators and project leaders on a variety of topics pertaining to families, child development, aging, and communications within families; developed curriculum; and wrote guides and publications. A guide to a collection of Anderson's papers at the Oregon State University Special Collections & Archives Research Center is available at http://scarc.library.oregonstate.edu/coll/andersonr
W. Dean Frischknecht was hired by the Oregon Extension Service in 1956 as a Livestock Specialist. One of his primary responsibilities was working with the livestock industry of Oregon, focusing on beef cattle improvement. Due to his experience and knowledge, he represented many livestock related associations and committees, such as the Western Livestock Committee, Beef Improvement Federation, Oregon Cattlemen's Beef Improvement Committee, and 4-H Livestock Advisory Committee. He worked for the Extension Service until he retired in 1985.
Alberta B. Johnston joined the Oregon Extension Service as a Home Management Specialist in 1963. Johnston's primary focus was Home Economics and became involved in different areas of the home, including consumption and finances. She was also involved with the Mini College program for home makers. Johnston later served as the Extension Area Supervisor for Northwestern Oregon (1975), Assistant Director for County Programs (1979), Associate Director (1982), and Deputy Director of the Extension Service (1987). She retired in 1990 with an Emeritus appointment.