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The Clark Meat Science Center, otherwise known as the meat lab, is a research and teaching facility within the Department of Animal and Rangeland Sciences in the College of Agricultural Sciences. It’s also a USDA-inspected slaughter and processing facility. It was named for Rolland L. Clark in 1973, for long time member of the board of directors of the Pacific International Livestock Exposition and president of the Portland Chamber of Commerce. He served 25 years as the president fo the Agricultural Research Foundation, an independent foundation established to support research in agricultural, biological, and related sciences at OSU.
|Address||3260 SW Campus Way|
|Architect||Jeppsen & Miller|
|Previous Name(s)||Meat Science Center|
|Namesake||Rolland L. Clark, long time member of the board of directors of the Pacific International Livestock Exposition and president of the Portland Chamber of Commerce
|Blueprints||Facilities Services Records (RG 193) I. Architectural Drawings and Plans Individual Structures|
SCARC: The Memorabilia Collection contains a file called "Meat Laboratory" that contains the building proposal of the Clark Meat lab.
Oregon Digital: Contains 28 items pertaining to the "Meat Laboratory," most of which are OSU periodicals such as the Oregon Stater, the Barometer, and OSU General Catalogs.
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