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– The Oregon State University Board of Trustees on Thursday named Jackie Bangs as its new board secretary.

Trustee Richards expressed concern about how the state of Oregon prioritizes higher education funding, noting that in 1990, the state funding covered 61% of university operating costs and today it covers 25. .

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. bangs@oregonstate. Bangs, who has served as interim board secretary since October, has served as the university’s public records officer since 2019 and has been with Oregon State since 2005, mostly working with international faculty, visiting scholars and university leadership.

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Trustee Richards expressed concern about how the state of Oregon prioritizes higher education funding, noting that in 1990, the state funding covered 61% of university operating costs and today it covers 25.

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Trustee Richards expressed concern about how the state of Oregon prioritizes higher education funding, noting that in 1990, the state funding covered 61% of university operating costs and today it covers 25.