[DLCD_OceanPolicy] Reminder: OSU/OPAC Coastal Resilience Presentation

Ocean Policy Advisory Council dlcd_oceanpolicy at listsmart.osl.state.or.us
Fri Jun 9 09:55:35 PDT 2017

June 9, 2017

Apologies for cross-posting, but I wanted to send out a quick reminder about the study presentation on Monday, June 12, 2017.  See the email text below for more information.


Andy Lanier | Marine Affairs Coordinator
Oregon Coastal Management Program
Oregon Dept. of Land Conservation and Development
635 Capitol Street NE, Suite 150 | Salem, OR 97301-2540
Direct: (503) 934-0072 | Cell: (503) 206-2291 | Main: (503) 373-0050 ext. 246
andy.lanier at state.or.us<mailto:Andy.Lanier at state.or.us> | www.oregon.gov/LCD/<http://www.oregon.gov/LCD>

From: Degner, Rebekah Elizabeth [mailto:degnerr at oregonstate.edu]
Sent: Thursday, June 08, 2017 9:57 AM
To: Boudet, Hilary Schaffer <Hilary.Boudet at oregonstate.edu>
Subject: OSU/OPAC Coastal Resilience Presentation
Hello All,
Thank you for your recent participation in our study for Oregon’s Ocean Policy Advisory Council on the current state of policy and planning for coastal and ocean resilience in Oregon. We would like to extend an invitation to attend the final presentation of our results on Monday, June 12th, 2017, at 2:00 PM at the OSU Hatfield Marine Science Center in Newport. The presentation will also be live streamed at http://oregonstate.adobeconnect.com/hmsc-fw407/ and recorded for future viewing if you can’t make it in person. Please feel free to contact either Professor Hilary Boudet or myself with any questions.
Below is some further information regarding the project and course:
Oregon State University’s Applied Research Methods course (Public Policy 524) has partnered with Oregon’s Ocean Policy Advisory Council (OPAC) to survey the current state of policy and planning for coastal and ocean resilience in Oregon. The study’s primary objectives include identifying state-level policies impacting coastal and ocean resilience; determining policy strengths, limitations and potential challenges; and examining best practices for resilience planning and policy here in Oregon and beyond. Results will be used to inform future OPAC deliberations on this topic and eventual recommendations to the Governor.
Applied Research Methods (Public Policy 524) is a course for first-year graduate students that explores how social science research methods can be used for effective problem solving. At the end of the course, students are able to design a client-focused research project using multiple methods and apply those skills to many real life situations. Each term, students develop a project for an off-campus client using mostly primary data that they collect themselves.
​Rebekah E. Degner
Master of Public Policy Student, Oregon State University
Public Policy 524 Community Liaison
degnerr at oregonstate.edu<mailto:degnerr at oregonstate.edu>

Hilary Schaffer Boudet
Assistant Professor, School of Public Policy, Oregon State University
Public Policy 524 Faculty Advisor
hilary.boudet at oregonstate.edu<mailto:hilary.boudet at oregonstate.edu>

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