Larasatie, Pipiet

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

163 Richardson Hall

Major Professor: 
Activities/Awards: 
- Graduate writing consultant, Graduate Writing Center, OSU
- Digital communication coordinator, Society of Wood Science and Technology (SWST)
- Starker Lecture ad-hoc committee member, College of Forestry, OSU
- 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 President’s Commission on the Status of Women Scholarship, OSU
- 2019 Science Communication Fellow, Oregon Museum of Science and Industry
- 2019 Forestry Graduate Fellowship, College of Forestry, OSU
- 2019 Walter a Gruetter, Jr Memorial Forestry Fellowship, College of Forestry, OSU
- 2018 Outstanding Global Beavers from Global Diversity Initiatives, OSU
- 2018 and 2019 Graduate Travel Award from Graduate School, OSU
- 2018 Experiential Learning Fund from College of Forestry, OSU
- 2018 Alfred W Moltke Memorial Scholarship, College of Forestry, OSU
- 2018 Dr Sanga Sabhasri Graduate Fellowship, College of Forestry, OSU
- 2017, 2018, and 2019 Dean's Investment Fund Awards for International Engagement from College of Forestry, OSU
- 2017 Mary McDonald Fellowship, College of Forestry, OSU
- 2017 Schweighofer Prize/Canfor Scholarship from Schweighofer (Austria) and Canfor (Canada)
Education: 
M.S. Forestry Science, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
B.S. Forest Management, Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia
Research interests: 1. Gender dynamics in the forest sector 2. Public perception of forest products 3. Global Cross Laminated Timber (CLT) industry 4. Forest products marketing and innovation 5. Forest sector in higher education
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., E. Jones and E. Hansen. 2021. A systematic review of global forestry higher education: Where are we heading? Manuscript is under review.
  2. Lambert, A., P. Larasatie, S. Boutelier, H. Guta, I. Leonowicz-Bukała, A. Martinez-Suarez and S. Prashad. 2021. A Qualitative Analysis of Global Experiences and Perceptions of Research Productivity during the Pandemic among Women in Academia. Manuscript is under review.
  3. Larasatie, P., T. Barnett and E. Hansen. 2021. Mentoring and networking as the “Silver Lining” of being women leaders in forest sector: an exploratory study in top world forestry universities. Manuscript is under review.
  4. Larasatie, P., R.R. Albee, L. Muszyński, J. Guerrero and E. Hansen. 2021. Global CLT industry survey: The 2020 updates. Paper accepted at the 2020/2021 World Conference on Timber Engineering, Santiago, Chile (The 2020 conference postponed to 2021 due to Covid-19 pandemic).
  5. Larasatie, P., T. Hopkins and L. Redmore. 2021. A grass root gender equality initiative: The WOWnet in Oregon, US. For: International Union of Forest Research Organizations (IUFRO) Task Force Gender Equality in Forestry.
  6. Owuor, J.A., L. Giessen, L. Prior, D. Cilio, P. Poschen, T. Bal, A. Bernasconi, J. Burns, X. Chen, A. Goldsmith, Z. Jiacheng, M. Kallioniemi, E. Kastenholz, P. Larasatie, A. Lehikoinen, S. Lewark, E. Montero, F. Oberholzer, T. Sharik, J. Schwärzli, C. Viana, G. Winkel and E. Yovi. 2021. Trends in forest-related employment and education - insights from seven key countries around the globe. In: Knowledge to Action (K2A), Publication Series by the European Forest Institute (EFI).
  7. Larasatie, P., T. Barnett, and E. Hansen. 2020. Leading with the heart and/or the head? Experiences of women student leaders in top world forestry universities. Manuscript submitted.
  8. Muszyński, L., P. Larasatie, J. Guerrero, and R.R. Albee. 2020. Second survey of the global CLT industry. Paper will be presented at the 2020 World Conference on Timber Engineering, Santiago, Chile.
  9. Larasatie, P. and S. Setiowati. 2019. From Fingerprint to Footprint: Using Point of Interest (POI) recommendation system in marketing applications. The Asian Journal of Technology Management 12(2): 118-131. https://doi.org/10.12695/ajtm.2019.12.2.4
  10. Larasatie, P., G. Baublyte, K. Conroy, E. Hansen, and A. Toppinen. 2019. “From nude calendars to tractor calendars”: The perspectives of female executives on gender aspects in the North American and Nordic forest industries. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 48(8): 915-924. https://doi.org/10.1139/cjfr-2018-0402 (selected as the Editors’ Choice based on its quality and on the interest of readers since its publication)
  11. 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://doi.org/10.1093/jofore/fvy025
  12. Larasatie, P. 2018. Indonesian furniture producers: Change makers or change takers? BioProducts Business 3(4), 39-50. https://doi.org/10.22382/bpb-2018-004
  13. Larasatie, P., J. Guerrero, T. Hall, and E. Hansen. 2018. What does the US Pacific Northwest public believe about Tall Wood Buildings? Paper presented at the 2018 World Conference on Timber Engineering, Seoul, Republic of Korea.
  14. Albee, R. R., L. Muszyński, E. Hansen, C. Knowles, P. Larasatie, and J. Guerrero. 2018. Recent developments in global Cross-Laminated Timber (CLT) Market. Paper presented at the 2018 World Conference on Timber Engineering, Seoul, Republic of Korea.