Tag Archives: OSU-Cascades

OSU-Cascades hospitality management program graduates first class

Bend campus offers Oregon’s only four-year hospitality degree. When Tristin Sornson receives her diploma in a couple weeks, she will be among a select group of graduates from Oregon State University-­Cascade’s hospitality management degree program. As a member of the first graduating class, she and five others are part of a public-private partnership that created […]
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OSU computer science graduates find jobs in Bend

Cascades campus supplies fewer than 12 a year. After finishing an internship with a Bend startup company in October, Erin Peacock considered taking the winter off for snowboarding. But Yong Bakos, her former computer science instructor at Oregon State University-Cascades, persuaded her to take an interview at Systema USA, a German-­owned company that helps manufacturers […]
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Governor signs funding bill for OSU-Cascades

Gov. Kate Brown visited Oregon State University-Cascades on Wednesday to sign a bill approving $39 million for a new academic building on the Bend campus. The state funding, plus a $10 million match from private donors, will pay for a building for classes in science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics. Source: Governor signs funding bill […]
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Brown to sign university funding bill at OSU-Cascades

Legislature allocated $39 million for second academic building. Gov. Kate Brown will visit Oregon State University-Cascades on Wednesday to sign a bill authorizing $39 million for a new academic building at the campus. Source: Brown to sign university funding bill at OSU-Cascades; Legislature allocated $39 million for second academic building

Bend Planning Commission approves OSU-Cascades master plan

Plan will go to Bend City Council later this spring. An Oregon State University-Cascades master plan that would add dozens of buildings and new streets on 128 acres in southwest Bend as the campus grows to 5,000 students won an easy recommendation from the city’s planning commission Monday night. Source: Bend Planning Commission approves OSU-Cascades […]
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$39 million bond for Oregon State University Cascades in Bend will help school meet Central Oregon workforce demands

Oregon State University has rushed to keep pace with rapid population hikes in Central Oregon, the fastest growing region in the state, at its Cascades campus in Bend. And $39 million in state-backed bond funds, approved by the Oregon Legislature at the end of the 2018 short session on Saturday, will help OSU do just […]
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Legislature approves bonds to build at OSU-Cascades

$39M for an academic building puts the campus back on track for growth. The Legislature approved $39 million in bonds for construction of a second academic building at Oregon State University-Cascades in Bend, putting the campus back on track just eight months after it appeared the state had derailed its growth. Source: Legislature approves bonds […]
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OSU-Cascades funding OK’d by key panel

The $39 million for new academic building is almost assured. A key committee in the Legislature approved $39 million in bonds for the OSU-Cascades campus. The Joint Ways & Means Committee unanimously approved the money for the Bend campus, which means the campus will be able to build the Cascades Academic Building 2. Source: OSU-Cascades […]
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Legislature prepares for extra-short ‘short session’

OSU-Cascades funding on agenda before expected Saturday adjournment. The Legislature’s “short session” is going to be extra short this year. In a surprising development, leaders in both parties and in both chambers indicated that the 2018 session of the Legislature will most likely end Saturday. That is eight days before the constitutionally mandated adjournment March […]
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Key lawmaker backs OSU Cascades funding as session wanes

Bills on smaller class size, pension reform, Electoral College languish. Drug transparency moved on while school class size and public pension reform bills stalled Wednesday as the short session increasingly took its toll on initiatives before the Legislature. Also notable: A key lawmaker’s strong statement in favor of OSU-Cascades funding, which is still on the […]
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