University Research Slowly Ramping Up After Shutdown


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The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted higher education in a number of ways. Many colleges went largely online with their classes, and some are still figuring out exactly how to handle fall enrollment. But university research of all kinds was arguably even more affected, with many projects paused, stopped or prevented altogether. And not all studies can be easily resumed as the state begins reopening while still in the midst of the pandemic. We talk with Tuba Ozkan-Haller, a marine researcher and associate vice president for research at Oregon State University who tells us how OSU is slowly ramping up research after several months on hold.

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