Fiscal Year 2018 Research Total
In 2018, OSU CLA faculty submitted 48 proposals for $6.6 million in grant applications. CLA awards for 2018 added up to $2.5 million in external funds for 18 projects.
Hillary Boudet (School of Public Policy) received an NSF “Smart & Connected Kids for Sustainable Energy Communities” that partners with Stanford and The Girl Scouts for $999,951.
Marta Maldonado (School of Language, Culture, & Society) received $200,082 from Oregon Sea Grant to study demographic changes in Oregon’s seafood processing industry.
Colin Hesse (School of Arts & Communication) helped MAIS graduate student Madelaine Coffmann win an $18,000 grant from the Good Samaritan Hospital Foundation to study how song writing can help patients cope with depression caused by illness.
Paul Thompson (School of Public Policy) received a coveted Spencer Foundation grant for $45,664 that studies “The Effects of Four-day School Weeks on Student Achievement across Racial, Socioeconomic, and Special Education Subgroups.”
Loren Davis (School of Language, Culture, & Society) received 2 grants in 2018 from the Bureau of Land Management totaling $111,724.
Sarah Dermody (School of Psychological Sciences) submitted 7 grant proposals in 2018, totaling $528,302.
A Brief History of CLA Research at OSU
The CLA Research office put together a presentation that highlighted data collected by the OSU Research 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.