Narrators: G-I

Gladys Whipple Goode Oral History Interview (1 of 2)

Gladys Whipple Goode

  • 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.
  • 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)
  • Cheryl Gillson, marketing manager at Rogue Farms in Independence, OR
  • Susan Gilmont, alumna (Class of 2005) and library technician at the Guin Library and Kerr Library (1979-2015)
  • Stina Goetter, undergraduate in Mathematics, co-director of Rainbow Continuum, former web director for the Pride Center
  • Molly Goheen, Science and Technology Librarian (1958-1981), member of the Corvallis Jewish community
  • Ruth Goldberg, Corvallis civic and Red Cross volunteer, member of the Corvallis Jewish community
  • Charles Goodrich, master of fine arts in Creative Writing (2002), director of the Spring Creek Project for Ideas, Nature and the Written Word (2003-2017), poet, essayist and novelist
  • Jacqueline Gordon, Corvallis Hadassah Sunday School principal and first president of the Beit Am Mid-Willamette Jewish Community
  • Jeff Grass, Managing Editor and Director of the OSU Press (1978-2003)
  • Stan Gregory, master's (1975) and Ph.D. (1980) in Fisheries and Wildlife; Professor of Fisheries (1981-2014) specializing in stream ecosystems and forest-stream interactions
  • Robert Griffiths, Ph.D. in Microbiology (1972), Professor of Microbiology (1972-1998) specializing in fungal mats, soil respiration, and carbon dynamics
  • Larry Griggs, Ph.D. in College Student Services Administration (1978), retired staffmember and director of the Educational Opportunities Program (1972-2008)
  • Rachel Grisham, bachelor's in Public Health (2017), former President of ASOSU
  • Ish Guevara, undergraduate in Apparel Design and Management, SOL External Coordinator (2013-2014), SOL Leadership Liaison (2014-2015)
  • Kevin Gunderson, OSU baseball player (2004-2006), pitcher for the 2006 National Champion OSU Beavers baseball team, bachelor's in Sociology (2014)
  • Roberta Hall, professor of Anthropology (1974-2003), researched the history and customs of the Coquille tribe
  • Tim Hall, bachelor's in Technical Journalism (1978), former member of the President's Board of Advisors for Minority Affairs
  • Karim Hamdy, doctoral candidate in Civil Engineering, instructor in Foreign Languages (2002-2017), co-founder of OSU's Tunisia Study Abroad program
  • Paula Hammond, bachelor's in Civil Engineering (1978), Washington State Secretary of Transportation (2007-2013)
  • Jason Hanauska, undergraduate in Environmental Engineering, member of Engineers Without Borders
  • Helen Hansen, retired staff in the Visual Aid department, First Citizen of Corvallis Award recipient for 1979
  • John Hansen, 4-H Extension agent in Linn and Polk counties (1943-1973)
  • Warren Hanson, Ph.D. in Zoology (1973), research assistant at Hatfield Marine Science Center (1968-1970)
  • Virginia Harger, emeritus faculty in Dietetics and Institution Management (1967-1978)
  • Suzy Hartman, bachelor's in Veterinary Medicine (1987), veterinarian based in Roseburg
  • Ron Hathaway, Ph.D. in Animal Science (1987), Klamath Extension Animal Scientist (1972-2007)
  • Al Haunold, USDA hop researcher (1965-1995), released hop varieties including Cascade, Willamette, Sterling, Liberty, Mt. Hood, and Santiam with the USDA/ARS in Corvallis
  • Betty Hawthorne, Professor Emeritus of Nutrition (1946-1983), Dean Emeritus of Home Economics
  • Erin Haynes, bachelor's in Physical Education (1972), staffmember in the Department of Admissions, OSU Foundation, and Alumni Association (1972-2005)
  • Lee Hedgmon, home and commercial brewer, first female president of the Oregon Brew Crew
  • John Helding, bachelor's in Industrial Engineering (1981), former member of the OSU choir, involved with the 1981 ASOSU vote to fund the Gay People’s Alliance
  • Joe Hendricks, Professor of Gerontology and Chair of the Sociology department (1988-1995), first Dean of the University Honors College (1995-2008)
  • Bob Hicks, cultural journalist and former Oregonian reporter
  • Jack Higginbotham, professor of Nuclear Engineering, director of Oregon Space Grant
  • Aki Hill, OSU women's basketball coach (1978-1995)
  • Joy Hoerner Rich, bachelor's in Home Economics (1945), kindergarten teacher and early childhood expert
  • Tyler Hogan, undergraduate in Political Science, External Coordinator at the Native American Longhouse, member of the Cherokee Nation
  • Trina Hogg, Professor of African History, member of the Corvallis LGBTQ+ community
  • Zoe Ann Holmes, Professor of Nutrition and Food Management (1965-1969, 1974-2002), early adopter of classroom technologies
  • Darlene Hooley, bachelor's in Physical Education (1961), member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Oregon's fifth district (1996-2008)
  • Tom House, bachelor's in Business and Industry (1949), former president of the American Frozen Food Institute
  • Chet Houser, bachelor's in Agricultural Economics (1970), twenty-year U.S. Army career and twenty-year state employee
  • Leah Houtman, bachelor's in Liberal Studies (2012), master's in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies (2015), Ph.D. student in Biocultural Anthropology, member of the Corvallis LGBTQ+ community
  • Elvin Hoy, bachelor's in Mechanical Engineering (1925), former reporter for The Barometer and member of the OAC debate team
  • Leon Hubbard, bachelor's in Horticulture (1941), four decades working in northern Willamette Valley agricultural operations
  • Mariah Huhndorf, undergraduate in General Science, former activities coordinator at the Native American Longhouse, native Alaskan
  • Danita Huynh, manager of Children's Programming for the Asian Family Center
  • 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