Posts Tagged ‘Economics’

OSU’s Impact on Oregon’s Economy is Growing

Friday, November 7th, 2008

I’ve written before about OSU’s economic impact on the State of Oregon. Research universities like OSU have a tremendous impact on state economies not only due to the immediate revenue that research creates but also because the innovations that spring from research can create whole new industries. See the transparent transistor. Legislators were on campus […]

1.5 BILLION Reasons to Cheer!

Wednesday, January 30th, 2008

As an economics junkie I was thrilled to read this recently released study on Oregon State University’s economic footprint. OSU’s economic footprint is around 1.5 billion dollars. This is huge news not only for OSU but for the State of Oregon as well! OSU is the state’s only university designated as having “Very High Research […]

OSU Admissions Blog Adds New Author: James Miller

Friday, January 25th, 2008

Greetings! My name is James Miller. I am an alumnus of Oregon State University (2006), double major in Economics and Psychology. I am an Admissions Advisor here in the OSU Office of Admissions. It’s very exciting for me to be joining the Admissions Blogging Team! My main role in the office is similar to that […]

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