||FIRST FORESTRY course taught in botany department by Edward
||Four-year undergraduate and one-year graduate program in forestry established.
||Department of Forestry established.
||GEORGE W. PEAVY appointed as professor and head of the Department of Forestry.
First class of forestry graduates: Harold D. Gill, Thurman J. Starker, Jack
F. Pernot, Sinclair A. Wilson.
||School of Forestry established with Peavy as Dean. Department of Logging
Engineering established in School.
||First Forestry Building constructed.
||Graduate work in forestry authorized; Master of Science, Master of Forestry,
and Forest Engineer degrees.
Forest land acquisition program inaugurated. Peavy Arboretum and Spaulding
||First Forestry Club Cabin built on McDonald Forest.
||Third major field of study, Lumber Manufacture, introduced; later changed
to Wood Products.
||Six-month field work established as a graduation requirement.
||DEAN PEAVY appointed President of Oregon State College.
||DR. G.W. PEAVY appointed dean emeritus and president emeritus.
PROFESSOR E.G. MASON appointed acting dean.
||Oregon Forest Products Laboratory created in cooperation with School of
||PAUL M. DUNN appointed dean.
||Three major curricula revised and names changed: Logging Engineering to
Forest Engineering; Technical Forestry to Forest Management; Wood Products
to Forest Products
OSU Forestry Alumni Association established.
||Forest manager for the School's forest properties appointed.
Short courses in cooperation with industry and public agencies introduced.
||Adair Tract (Paul Dunn Forest), part of Adair Military Reservation, transferred
to School of Forestry.
||Present Forestry Club Cabin constructed.
||Forest Experiment Station established.
||W. F. McCULLOCH appointed dean.
||FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY of four-year program.
||New Forest Research Laboratory completed at 30th and Western Boulevard.
||Ph.D. program in Forest Management initiated.
||Administration of Forest Research Laboratory transferred to School of
||Columbus Day Storm (Freida) -- seven million board feet of timber had
blowdown on McDonald and Dunn Forests.
First Ph.D. granted (Forest Management).
||Ph.D. program in Forest Products initiated.
||Instruction improvement Center (Self Learning Center) established by grant
from Hill Family Foundation.
Common freshman year initiated.
||CARL STOLTENBERG appointed Dean.
First woman enrolled in School since 1945.
||Dedication of Forest Science Wing, Forest Research Laboratory.
||First Ph.D. degree granted in Forest Products.
||New Forestry Building -- Peavy Hall -- completed.
Coordinator of Forestry Extension appointed.
||Resource Recreation Management Department transferred to School of Forestry
from Division of Health and Physical Education.
Forest Engineering Institute initiated.
||Ph.D. program in Forest Engineering (Hydrology) initiated.
Second woman graduated from School of Forestry Common freshman year eliminated.
||Forest Science Department established.
Largest graduating class in history of School (205 B.S. degrees).
FE/CE 5-year dual degree program initiated.
||Position of Associate Dean established.
||75th ANNIVERSARY of School of Forestry.
||College of Forestry at Oregon State University goes internet.