News - College of Urban & Public Affairs
Monday, February 2, 2015
»Erik Mandell, Center for Public Service, was coordinator for a PSU co-hosted conference titled United States-Vietnam Relations: For 20 More Successful Years, held in Hanoi, Vietnam, Jan. 26. At the conference, Marcus Ingle, Public Administration faculty,
Monday, January 26, 2015
»Yiping Fang, Urban Studies and Planning faculty, had her paper titled "Emerging Socio-spatial Pattern of Chinese Cities: The Case of Beijing in 2006" accepted for publication in Habitat International.
»Jack Corbett, Public Administration faculty, has been named Oregon's representative to the Pacific Northwest Canadian Studies Consortium.
Wednesday, January 21, 2015
Tuesday, January 20, 2015
»Student Jamin Kimmell and Sheila Martin, Institute of Portland Metropolitan Studies, authored "Sorting Out the Skills Gap: Analyzing the Evidence for a Shortage of Middle-Skill Workers in the Manufacturing and Healthcare Industries in the Portland Region,
»Jack Corbett, Public Administration faculty, delivered two lectures: “Ethics and Values in Public Administration” and “Public Administration as Art and Science” to the new doctoral program in public administration at the Benito Juarez University of Oaxaca
Wednesday, January 14, 2015
Tuesday, January 13, 2015
Monday, January 12, 2015
»Ralph Bunch, Political Science emeritus faculty, authored a book titled Political Rap: It's Time to Politicize Our Dreams, published by Inkwater Press.
»Richard Lycan, Institute on Aging, and Charles Rynerson, Population Research Center, authored a book chapter titled "Older Moms Deliver: How Increased Births to Older Mothers Can Impact School Enrollment," published in Emerging Techniques in Applied Demog
»Nathan McClintock, Urban Studies and Planning faculty, gave a presentation titled "La différenciation socio-spatiale de l’agriculture urbaine et ses implications pour la ville durable" at AgroParisTech/INRA (National Institute of Agronomic Research) in Pa
»Masami Nishishiba, Public Administration faculty, gave an invited presentation titled "The Most Livable City in the U.S.: Life and Civic Engagement in Portland" at a public forum for city employees and citizens in Toyohashi-City, Aichi, Japan.
»Paula Carder, Institute on Aging and School of Community Health faculty, received a Visiting International Fellowship from the University of Surrey in Guildford, England. The fellowship is to advance social research methods, and Carder will study new ways
Friday, January 9, 2015