OSU-Cascades honors faculty

Several Oregon State University-Cascades Campus faculty members were recognized by the university for their achievements.

Biology instructor Matthew Orr received an award for his outreach efforts. Since Orr began teaching in 2003, he has engaged undergraduate students in research and internship projects that benefit local agencies, such as the Deschutes Land Trust and the Bureau of Land Management.

Shannon Lipscomb, an assistant professor of human development and family science, received the Scholarship and Creative Activity Award. Marty Beidler, the university’s manager for admissions and records, received the Outstanding Staff Award for her exceptional work ethic and professionalism. Beidler led the campus’ transition to a paperless admission process.

Kreg Lindberg, an associate professor in the tourism and outdoor leadership program, received an award for his incorporation of sustainability into the curriculum of the natural resources and TOL programs.

Natalie Dollar, the associate dean of new programs and associate professor of speech, received the Teaching Excellence Award. Her teaching is consistently rated as exceptional by students.

— Bulletin staff reports