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The faculty of the Spears School of Business will have the opportunity to take advantage of the

the school’s Seed Grant Initiative, allowing them to collaborate and strengthen public impact research through interdisciplinary

projects that focus on contemporary issues that impact society, businesses and communities.

The goal of the research initiative is to identify ideas and solutions to address

pressing challenges and expand the knowledge base for industry, governments and communities

and academy. Following OSU’s land grant mission, priority goes to Spears Business

empowered to focus on public impact research and become a leading engaged voice

to positive change within and outside the state.

“The Spears faculty has a long tradition of producing significant and meaningful research,”

said Dr. Ken Eastman, dean of Spears Business. “The intent of this program is to encourage

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