Thanks to the generous gift from the late Hallie E. Ford, the new facility brings together faculty and student researchers dedicated to improving holistic health of children and families throughout Oregon and around the world.
Rick Settersten, Endowed Director of the Hallie Ford Center; Carmen Ford Phillips ’59, M.S. ’63; Allyn Ford and his wife Cheryl Ramberg-Ford; Tammy Bray, Dean of the College of Public Health and Human Sciences; and Edward J. Ray, President of Oregon State University.
More than 150 guests attended the grand opening.
Tammy Bray, Dean of the College of Public Health and Human Sciences, welcomes guests to the grand opening celebration.
State Representative Sara Gelser M.A.I.S. ’99 listens to Dean Bray’s remarks.
Allyn Ford talks about the importance of putting the research conducted at the Hallie Ford Center into practice in our communities.
Carmen Ford Phillips ’59, M.S. ’63, places her mother’s gloves into the Hallie Ford Center time capsule.
Family members hold a framed tribute to Hallie Ford.
Rick Settersten, Endowed Director of the Hallie Ford Center, with the symbolic key to the building.
Muralist Ron Mills, right, speaks with Daniel Dewey ’09, a project engineer with Hoffman Construction.
OSU Foundation Trustee Cynthia Campbell ’76 and Dean Tammy Bray.
Guests enjoy conversation and hors d'oeuvres before tours of the building.