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Congratulations to Chemistry Graduate Student Leah Chibwe for receiving a 2015 Graduate Student Award for Environmental Chemistry from the American Chemical Society.
OSU-Cascades faculty members are working hard to bring science students more opportunities to apply concepts learned in the classroom.
Using undergraduate students to conduct research is an up-and-coming trend at OSU-Cascades that has slowly garnered more funding opportunities over the past few years.
Traditionally, most university research is conducted by tenure-track professors and graduate students. But OSU-Cascades doesn’t have graduate students in science, and many within the Oregon State University system say bringing undergraduates into research projects benefits everyone. Read more…