Women's voices have been crucial to the story of Oregon State University since the institution's founding in 1868. This website, which will be expanding over time, is dedicated to presenting women's stories as they have been collected by a broad range of oral historians from the 1970s to today. Included are interviews with generations of alumnae as well as faculty members, staff, and students representing a wide array of disciplines and institutional points of view. In addition to interviews captured with contemporary digital recording equipment, several sessions that were originally recorded to audio cassette and transcribed with typewriters have been digitized and made available here.
For links to more interviews with OSU women, please see our About This Project page.