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Fred W. Obermiller Papers, 1964-2004

Biographical Information

Receiving his doctorate in Agricultural Economics from the University of Missouri, Frederick Obermiller came to OSU in 1974 to serve as an Assistant Professor and Extension Community Resource Development Specialist. Specializing in the study of natural resource law and policy analysis with an emphasis on rangeland resources and public land ranching, Obermiller was promoted to the post of Professor of Agricultural and Resource Economics in 1984. Obermiller also served in a number of administrative posts at OSU, including Assistant to the Dean of the School of Agriculture, Head Advisor in the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, and membership on the Oregon Water Resources Research Institute.

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