The College of Science is pleased to announce its 2019 Alumni Award recipients. Warren Washington (’58, ’60) was recognized with Lifetime Achievement in Science Award; Zelma Long (’65) received the Distinguished Alumni Award. Megan Cook (’09) won the Young Alumni Award. Edward and Janet Chen and John Donnelly, directors of the Wei Family Foundation Scholarship, received the Distinguished Service Award.
The awards publicly recognize alumni or friends of the College of Science for distinguished professional and personal accomplishments and for exemplary contributions to society that bring credit to the College and the University.
“I congratulate these accomplished individuals whose contributions have made a significant impact on science and society. They have advanced science here in Oregon and around the world by applying new knowledge to solutions that enrich human life and help preserve our planet,” said Roy Haggerty, dean of the College of Science.
The College celebrated the accomplishments of these distinguished scientists and leaders with a gathering of invited guests comprising faculty, campus leaders, students, alumni and friends at its annual award ceremony and dinner at the Memorial Union’s Horizon Room on October 10.
Congratulations to these outstanding alumni and friends of the College for their scholarship, leadership and service to science at Oregon State!