OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

Larasatie, Pipiet

Position Type: 
Graduate Student
Department: 
Wood Science & Engineering
Degree Sought: 
PhD
Office Location: 

163 Richardson Hall

Major Professor: 
Activities/Awards: 
Diversity Equity Inclusion Committee in College of Forestry, OSU
WSE Professional Development Committee, College of Forestry, OSU
Undergraduate Recruitment and Marketing Committee in WSE Dep., College of Forestry, OSU
2019 Science Communication Fellow, Oregon Museum of Science and Industry
2018 Outstanding Global Beavers from Global Diversity Initiatives, OSU
2018 Graduate Travel Award from Graduate School, OSU
2018 Experiential Learning Fund from College of Forestry, OSU
2017 and 2018 Dean's Investment Fund Awards for International Engagement from College of Forestry, OSU
2017 Schweighofer Prize/Canfor Scholarship from Schweighofer (Austria) and Canfor (Canada)
Educational Background: 
B.S. Forest Management, Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia
M.S. Forestry Science, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
Research Areas: 
  • Competitive Forest Sector
Research interests:
1. Gender diversity in the forest sector leadership
2. Public perception of forest products
3. Global Cross Laminated Timber (CLT) industry
4. Forest products marketing
5. Wood science higher education
Bio: 
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pipiet/
Courses Taught: 
WSE 455/555
Industrial Marketing in the Forest Sector
Marketing relies heavily on effective communication, so this course concentrates on written and oral communication. The course will arm students with the skills necessary to apply basic concepts of marketing of forest products. Application will be highlighted through examples and industry speakers relating course work to the day-to-day work in business.
Selected Publications: 
  1. Larasatie, P., G. Baublyte, K. Conroy, E. Hansen, and A. Toppinen. 2019. The Perspectives of Female Executives on Gender Aspects in North American and Nordic Forest Industry. Manuscript under review.
  2. Larasatie, P., J. Guerrero, K. Conroy, T. Hall, E. Hansen, and M. Needham. 2018. What Does the Public Believe about Tall Wood Buildings? An Exploratory Study in the US Pacific Northwest. Journal of Forestry 116(5), 429-436. https://academic.oup.com/jof/article/116/5/429/5078661
  3. Larasatie, P. 2018. Indonesian Furniture Producers: Change Makers or Change Takers? BioProducts Business 3,39-50. http://biobus.swst.org/index.php/bpbj/article/view/31/21
  4. Larasatie, P., J. Guerrero, K. Conroy, T. Hall, E. Hansen, and M. Needham. 2018. What does the US Pacific Northwest Public Believe About Tall Wood Buildings? Proceedings of 2018 World Conference on Timber Engineering. August 20-23. Seoul, Republic of Korea. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/327164339_WHAT_DOES_THE_US_PACIFIC_NORTHWEST_PUBLIC_BELIEVE_ABOUT_TALL_WOOD_BUILDINGS
  5. Albee, R.R., L. Muszyński, E. Hansen, C. Knowles, P. Larasatie, and J. Guerrero. 2018. Recent Developments in Global Cross-laminated Timber (CLT) Market. Proceedings of 2018 World Conference on Timber Engineering. August 20-23. Seoul, Republic of Korea. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/327208938_RECENT_DEVELOPMENTS_IN_GLOBAL_CROSS-LAMINATED_TIMBER_CLT_MARKET