Scott Ashford is Kearney Dean of the College of Engineering. He brings experience in both higher education and industry to this leadership position. After graduating from Oregon State with a degree in civil engineering, he worked in private industry for seven years — mostly with CH2M HILL — and then earned his Ph.D. from the University of California at Berkeley. He started his academic career at the Asian Institute of Technology in Thailand and subsequently moved to the University of California, San Diego, earning the rank of Professor. In 2007, he became head of the School of Civil and Construction Engineering at Oregon State, where he focused on building a graduate program that enhances undergraduate education. He had previously served as the college's interim dean. His executive assistant is Jennifer Beck.

David Bearden is Interim Dean of the College of Pharmacy and Clinical Professor of Pharmacy Practice. He specializes in infectious diseases pharmacotherapy with a clinical and scholarship focus on appropriate antimicrobial use. As a licensed pharmacist, he maintains an administrative practice site in clinical pharmacy services with the College’s pharmacy degree partner at Oregon Health & Science University. He has previously served the College as Department Chair and most recently as Associate Dean of Academic Integration and Clinical Advancement. He received his Doctor of Pharmacy degree at the University of Illinois at Chicago where he also completed a research fellowship. His executive assistant is Jin Ballew.

Tim Carroll is the Sara Hart Kimball Dean of the College of Business. Before coming to Oregon State University in July 2021, he was Dean of the Eberhardt School of Business and Professor of Management at the University of the Pacific, where he worked to prioritize a superior, student‐centered learning experience. His expertise focuses on competitive strategy and organization. He has consulted and delivered executive development programs to companies in the aerospace, apparel, banking, computer, construction, energy, engineering services, media, mining, petroleum, pharmaceutical, railroad, restaurant, and telecommunication industries, and several government agencies. He holds a Ph.D. in management from Duke University. His executive assistant is Tara Cooper.

Tom DeLuca is the Cheryl Ramberg Ford and Allyn C. Ford Dean of the College of Forestry and Director of the Oregon Forest Research Laboratory. Dr. DeLuca is responsible for the strategic development and execution of innovation, effective, and respected research programs to help achieve the research and teaching mission of the College, Forest Research Laboratory, and the Institute for Working Forest Landscapes. He most recently served as dean of the W.A. Franke College of Forestry and Conservation at the University of Montana and prior to that served as the Director of the School of Environmental and Forest Science at the University of Washington. A forest soil scientist and ecosystem ecologist, Dr. DeLuca’s efforts in research, teaching and administration have been focused on sustainable land management and advancing the understanding of natural ecosystem function. His executive assistant is Jennifer Elston.

Toni Doolen is Dean of the University Honors College and Professor of Mechanical, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering. An expert in process improvement methodologies and innovation to improve both the social and technical aspects of organizational performance, Doolen joined OSU in 2001, following several years of experience at Hewlett-Packard Company as an engineer, senior member of technical staff and manager. She received a BS in electrical engineering and a BS in materials science and engineering from Cornell University, an MS in manufacturing systems engineering from Stanford University, and a Ph.D. in industrial engineering from Oregon State University. Her executive assistant is Judy David.

Vicki Ebbeck is the Acting Dean and associate dean for student success in the College of Public Health and Human Sciences (CPHHS). She is a professor of kinesiology and has served as graduate coordinator for the kinesiology program. Her training is in sport and exercise psychology, and her scholarly work has focused on views toward the self in the physical domain. She is a current Editorial Board member for the Journal of Applied Sport Psychology where she has served as Editor-in-Chief, and Fellow of the Association for Applied Sport Psychology as well as Society for Health and Physical Educators (SHAPE) America. During her tenure at OSU since 1990, Vicki has taught undergraduate and graduate courses, and served as the major advisor for students completing their undergraduate honor’s thesis, master’s thesis, and doctoral dissertation having twice received the CPHHS Excellence in Teaching and Mentoring Award. She presently serves on various university committees including the Faculty Senate Executive Committee, Data Governance Steering Committee, and Undergraduate Student Success Committee. For assistance, contact Kaycee Headley.

Susan K. Gardner is Dean of the College of Education. Prior to coming to Oregon State University in February 2021, she was a higher education professor with a strong focus on equity and inclusion in education throughout her career and directed the University of Maine’s Rising Tide Center for Faculty Equity and Inclusive Excellence. Susan holds a PhD in higher education from Washington State University. She is an expert in higher education with emphases in doctoral student and faculty success and organizational contexts that facilitate it. For assistance, contact John Scholl.

Roy Haggerty is Dean of the College of Science and Professor of Environmental Geology. He most recently served as Associate Vice President for Research and previously as Interim Dean of the College of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences (CEOAS). Dean Haggerty joined the OSU faculty in 1996 and specializes in hydrology, hydrogeology and ecohydrology, with his research addressing the transport of nutrients, carbon and heat in streams, nuclear waste disposal issues in the United States and Sweden, and other forms of groundwater contamination. A registered geologist in the State of Oregon, he holds a BSc with First Class Honors from the University of Alberta and an MS and Ph.D. in Applied Earth Sciences from Stanford University. His executive assistant is Kim McQueen.

Tuba Özkan-Haller is the Interim Dean of the College of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences (CEOAS) and Professor in the Colleges of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences and Engineering. CEOAS is the center of Earth sciences research and academic programs at Oregon States. Its oceanography program is ranked no. 3 in the world. Tuba previously served as Associate Vice President for Research Administration and Development in the Research Office. She also previously led the Office of Sponsored Research and Awards Administration and guided building the university’s research development capacity and providing strategy to meet the needs of OSU’s growing research enterprise. As a faculty member, she focuses on attaining a predictive understanding of the nearshore ocean including forecasting waves, circulation, and coastal change on beaches, inlets, and estuaries. Nationally, Tuba has served for two terms as a member of the Ocean Studies Board of the National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine (NASEM) and has chaired or participated in various NASEM studies. Her executive assistant is Vikki Pointer.

Larry Rodgers is Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Professor of English. Before joining OSU in 2008, Dean Rodgers served on the faculty of Kansas State University for nineteen years. He was head of English from 1995-2002 and associate dean of the College of Arts and Sciences from 2002-2008. He is a well-known scholar of multicultural and regional American literature. Much of his research has centered around the connection between culture and place, and he’s been especially interested in the ways that American geography defines American identity, especially as writers and artists imagine the importance of place in the context of their work. He received his Ph.D. in English with a minor in history from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and he also holds a BA in English from the University of Oklahoma (1982) and an MA in English from the University of Iowa (1984). His executive assistant is Suzanne Grey.

Staci Simonich is Dean of the College of Agricultural Sciences. She is a Professor in Environmental and Molecular Toxicology and Chemistry at Oregon State University. Previously, Dr. Simonich held the positions of Executive Associate Dean in CAS, Associate Vice President for Research Operations and Integrity at OSU, Associate Dean for Academic and Student Affairs in the College of Science, and Associate Department Head in Environmental and Molecular Toxicology. Her executive assistant is Loretta Austin

Susan Tornquist is Dean of the Carlson College of Veterinary Medicine and Professor of Clinical Pathology. She was in a private veterinary practice for six years before returning to academia, joined the Oregon State University College of Veterinary Medicine faculty in 1996, and was appointed Associate Dean for Student and Academic Affairs in 2005. Dean Tornquist continues to head a diagnostic clinical pathology lab and provides diagnostic services in addition to teaching several courses in the professional program. Her research has most recently focused on hematology, infectious, and metabolic diseases of camelids, and diagnostic techniques in a variety of animal species. She has bachelor’s degrees from Michigan State University and the University of New Mexico, an MS from the University of New Mexico, a DVM from Colorado State University and residency training and a Ph.D. from Washington State University. Her executive assistant is Beth Chamblin.