Fiscal Year 2017 Research Total
In 2017, OSU CLA faculty submitted 36 proposals for $6.3 million in grant applications. CLA awards for 2017 added up to $3.3 million in external funds for 30 projects.
- Jake Hamblin (School of History, Philosophy, and Religion) was funded by the National Science Foundation for a three-year project ($297K) for work on the famous Hanford Downwinders case.
- Kristen Macuga (School of Psychological Sciences) was funded by the Army Corps of Engineers for a three-year project ($122K) for her work in crowd behavior.
- Lori Cramer, together with Flaxen Conway, (School of Public Policy) were funded by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration for a three-year project ($243K) for their work collecting the narratives of fisher families.
- David Brauner (School of Language, Culture, and Society) secured two grants ($148K combined) from the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department for work related to the preservation of historic sites in Yamhil and Polk counties.
- Jason Fick (School of Arts and Communication) secured an internally funded grant for $100K to help outfit an audio recording studio.
- 11 CLA faculty were Co-PIs on 14 proposals submitted by faculty from other OSU colleges, totaling $18.8 million.
- Internally funded projects awarded to CLA faculty totaled $253,000.
A Brief History of CLA Research at OSU
The CLA Research office put together a presentation that highlighted data collected by the OSU Reserach Office. The report presented data on proposals and funded projects from 2004 to 2014 by funding year, by college, and by agency. Click
to download the presentation. If you have further questions, please feel free to contact CLA Research Program Manager, Eric Dickey.