Wil Gamble, Professor Emeritus of Biochemistry and Biophysics (1962-1998), atherosclerosis researcher
John Gardner, Professor of Physics (1973-2001), founder of ViewPlus Technologies, lost his sight while at OSU and researches technologies to increase accessibility for low- or no-sight students and researchers in the sciences.
John Garman, bachelor's in Electrical Engineering (1922), Professor in Physics and Photography (1924-1966)
Dana Garves, brewing chemist, owner and operator of BrewLab
Vernon Gaskin, railroad dining car worker in the 1920s and 1930s.
Sara Gelser, master's in Interdisciplinary Studies (1998), Oregon State Senator from District 8
Beulah and Helen Gilkey. Helen Gilkey received bachelor's (Household Science, 1907) and master's (Botany, 1911) degrees from OAC and served as curator of the Herbarium and professor of Botany from 1918 to 1951. Her younger sister Beulah earned two bachelor's degrees from OAC (Domestic Science and Arts, 1910; Home Economics, 1918) and spent the majority of her working years as a teacher in Portland and Corvallis.
Gordon Gilkey, Artist and Professor of Art; Dean of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences; Dean of the College of Liberal Arts (1947-1977)
Ken Hedberg, bachelor's in Chemistry (1942), Professor of Chemistry (1956-1987), expert on the determination of molecular structures through the use of electron diffraction, longtime friend of Linus Pauling
H.J. Andrews Forest Site Visit Group Interview - a group conversation recorded en route to, and at, an H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest field trip. Participants were Martha Brookes, Ted Dyrness, Jerry Franklin, Max Geier, Al Levno, Art McKee, Roy Silen, Fred Swanson and Bob Tarrant
Robert Ingalls, editor and publisher of the Corvallis Gazette-Times from 1950-1982
International Biological Program Group Interview - the major research program at the H.J. Andrews Forest during the 1970s, the IBP team studied a wide range of ecosystem topics including vegetation, fauna, soils, stream ecology, geomorphology, microclimate and landscape history. Participants in this group interview were Martha Brookes, Bill Denison, Ted Dyrness, Jerry Franklin, Max Geier, Jim Hall, Don Henshaw, Al Levno, Art McKee, Fred Swanson and Dick Waring