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As a branch campus of Oregon’s leading public research institution, Oregon State University - Cascades is meeting challenges and solving problems through discovery, innovation and application. Oregon State is among the nation's leading research institutions in a range of fields: Natural Resources, Energy Systems Engineering, Climate Change, Business and Public Health.
The largest of this year’s 13 successful proposals were written by Chris Hagen, Susan Keys, and Shannon Lipscomb, representing the fields of energy systems engineering, public health, and human development and family sciences.
The U.S. Department of Energy, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and U.S. Department of Education funded the larger of the grants received.
Most noteworthy about the funded research and other scholarship activity:
Faculty researchers presented work at nine national or international conferences, and their work was published in 17 leading scholarly journals, with articles noting OSU-Cascades faculty as first or second authors.
OSU-Cascades faculty are also demonstrating a commitment to support Oregon State’s research agenda and either chair or serve on dissertation committees, and serve in leadership roles on professional society and journal editorial boards.