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Deb Harris Deb Harris
Faculty Member
Correlational Analysis of Oregon Juvenile Justice Data Final Report Correlational Analysis of Oregon Juvenile Justice Data Final Report
In the Fall of 2014, the Clackamas County District Attorney’s Office commissioned a study from Portland State University’s Center for Public Service to examine juvenile justice in Oregon. The CPS research team conducted correlational analyses to determine the relationship between indicators of government intervention in juvenile justice and indicators of public safety.
Research
Multnomah Law Library Report
This report reviews the current operations of the Multnomah Law Library and makes recommendations, based on best practices, for ways to restructure the Multnomah Law Library into a self-help center to better serve pro se litigants.
Research
Bob Winthrop Bob Winthrop
Faculty Member
Kent Robinson Kent Robinson
Faculty Member
Terry O'Connor Terry O'Connor
Faculty Member
Rick Mogren Rick Mogren
Faculty Member
Scott Lazenby Scott Lazenby
Faculty Member
Gary Larson Gary Larson
Faculty Member
Henry Kass
Faculty Member
Jeff Hammarlund Jeff Hammarlund
Faculty Member
Linda Golaszewski
Faculty Member
Erik Mandell
Staff Member
Dan Trifone Dan Trifone
Staff Member
Nicole Savara-Brown Nicole Savara-Brown
Staff Member
Yachi Iisako Yachi Iisako
Staff Member
Craig Shinn Craig Shinn
Faculty Member
Douglas Morgan Douglas Morgan
Faculty Member
Cathy LaTourette Cathy LaTourette
Faculty Member
Matt Jones Matt Jones
Faculty Member
Sara Saltzberg Sara Saltzberg
Staff Member
Jennifer Everett Jennifer Everett
Staff Member
Huan Dang Huan Dang
Staff Member
Mike Crouse
Faculty Member
Tiffany Creecy
Staff Member
Laurel Butman
Staff Member
George Beard George Beard
Staff Member
Serena Worthington, 2014 McNair Scholar Serena Worthington, 2014 McNair Scholar
McNair Scholar Serena Worthington studies perceptions of aging during a research trip to Nicauragua, led by Dr. Margaret Neal of PSU's Institute on Aging.
Undergraduate Student
Phil Keisling Phil Keisling
Staff Member
Reclaiming Futures Receives $2M to Pilot Innovative Youth Intervention Program Reclaiming Futures Receives $2M to Pilot Innovative Youth Intervention Program
With a grant from the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, Reclaiming Futures will develop, implement, and evaluate a program that aims to identify and treat youths who may be on paths to substance abuse.
Research
Columbia River Gorge Commission - Administrative Assessment Columbia River Gorge Commission - Administrative Assessment
Research
Meet Ian Stude Meet Ian Stude
Director of Transportation and Parking Services
Staff Member
THE SCHOOLS OUR STUDENTS DESERVE - A Statewide School Facilities Program for Oregon THE SCHOOLS OUR STUDENTS DESERVE - A Statewide School Facilities Program for Oregon
How can the State of Oregon help 197 school districts pass local school bonds? What financial and technical assistance could help districts meet their most critical school facilities needs in an equitable way? What does the state need to know about its PreK-12 school facilities, and how should it assemble, organize, and share that information with districts and the general public? This report offers answers to these questions.
Research
New Building Materials May Reduce Waste at Portland Grocers New Building Materials May Reduce Waste at Portland Grocers
Clean Tech Challenge semifinalists see new building materials in waxed cardboard diverted from landfills.
Research
Portland Public Schools: Building the Framework for Boundary Review Portland Public Schools: Building the Framework for Boundary Review
Research
Future of WorkSource - Oregon Employment Department Future of WorkSource - Oregon Employment Department
Research
Sustainable Municipal Operations
Research
Honing students' critical thinking Honing students' critical thinking
In this video Dr. Mark Leymon from Criminology & Criminal Justice answers a common question posed by students in the social sciences: "Why do I have to take a course in research methods if I'm never going to be a scientist?" Dr. Leymon explains how courses like CCJ 380 Criminal Justice Research help people understand the proper role of science, helps them become critical consumers of knowledge, and fosters the develop of applied skills that are attractive to employers.
Resource
Reconstructing Sustainability Science: Knowledge and action for a sustainable future Reconstructing Sustainability Science: Knowledge and action for a sustainable future
Toulan School faculty member Dr. Thaddeus R. Miller explores the emerging field of sustainability science in his upcoming new book, "Reconstructing Sustainability Science: Knowledge and action for a sustainable future."
Publication
Getting Your House in Order Getting Your House in Order
Associate Professor Lisa K. Bates partners with the Portland Housing Center to develop and assess a culturally specific financial education course designed for African-Americans.
Research
An Embodiment of Partnership, Research, and Education in Oregon An Embodiment of Partnership, Research, and Education in Oregon
Research
Assuring the Integrity of PSU Research Assuring the Integrity of PSU Research
The Office of Research Integrity at PSU assists faculty and student investigators with their research questions.
Research
The Urban Sustainability Accelerator
Helping US cities implement their sustainability projects.
Organization
Health & Hygiene on the Streets of the Rose City Health & Hygiene on the Streets of the Rose City
Research from graduate students in the School of Social Work promotes the adoption of a Homeless Bill of Rights in Oregon.
Research
The Cully Neighborhood Youth Project The Cully Neighborhood Youth Project
From the university-wide student research symposium: undergraduates Dechen Dolkar and Kasey Zamago present a project involving Portland’s youth in plans to bring improvements to their neighborhood.
Research
Meet Robert Liberty Meet Robert Liberty
Robert helps urban communities implement their sustainability projects through the Urban Sustainability Accelerator.
Staff Member
Budgeting for Local Governments & Communities Budgeting for Local Governments & Communities
Authored by: Douglas F. Morgan, Portland State University; Kent S. Robinson, Portland State University; Dennis R. Strachota; James A. Hough. Budgeting for Local Governments and Communities is designed as the primary textbook for a quarter or semester-long course in public budgeting and finance in an MPA program.
Publication
Why How We Get Where We Are Going Matters Why How We Get Where We Are Going Matters
With her research, Dr. Kelly Clifton is paving the way for multi-modal transportation in the Portland metro region.
Research
Fearless Alumni: Lina Menard '13 Fearless Alumni: Lina Menard '13
A childhood affinity for small, cozy spaces grew into an adulthood interest in tiny homes and pared-down living. Lina Menard '13 earned a Master's in Urban and Regional Planning at Portland State and founded Niche Consulting , a sustainable design company that specializes in small housing.
Alumnus
Three Cities Fire and Emergency Services Project Three Cities Fire and Emergency Services Project
The Center for Public Service worked with Fairview, Troutdale and Wood Village ("Three Cities") to analyze the services provided under the Gresham Fire and Emergency Services IGA. The purpose of this project was threefold: To understand the operational, financial and revenue realities that structure fire/EMS service for the Three Cities (Fairview, Troutdale and Wood Village); to propose alternatives and options for service delivery to the Three Cities ("Menu of Options); and to help the Three Cities diligently prepare for future service delivery arrangements for fire/EMS services.
Research
Snapshots, Bridges, and Positive Outcomes Snapshots, Bridges, and Positive Outcomes
Dr. Dawn Richardson works with underrepresented and underserved communities to improve health and promote equity here in the Portland metro region and beyond.
Research
Meet Professor Marisa Zapata
Marisa A. Zapata Professor of Land-use Planning Understanding how people collaborate for equitable land-use change Ph.D., Regional Planning, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign M.U.P., Urban Planning University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign B.A., Anthropology, Rice University
Faculty Member
Changemaker Stories: Ahmed Abidine Changemaker Stories: Ahmed Abidine
Inspiring action for a better world.
Graduate Student
The Social Determinants of Health Initiative The Social Determinants of Health Initiative
Contributing to a sustainable world.
Research
Xiaomin Ruan Xiaomin Ruan
Faculty Member
E-Policing: The Value of Police Websites for Citizen Empowered Participation E-Policing: The Value of Police Websites for Citizen Empowered Participation
Authored by: Matthew A. Jones and Melchor C. de Guzman. This chapter provides a bridge between e-government research related to websites and the study of police organizations and strategy.
Publication
Using Web 2.0 as a Community Policing Strategy: An Examination of the United States Municipal Police Departments Using Web 2.0 as a Community Policing Strategy: An Examination of the United States Municipal Police Departments
Authored by: Matthew A. Jones, Melchor C. de Guzman, and Korni Swaroop Kumar. In a digital age, people are increasingly interacting socially via web platforms. This digital interaction includes governments, which can interact with the citizens in their society to co-produce effective responses to criminal activity. This book chapter examines the level and type of participation among municipal police departments using social media and web resources.
Publication
E-Policing: Environmental and Organizational Correlates of Website Features and Characteristics Among Large Police Departments in the United States of America E-Policing: Environmental and Organizational Correlates of Website Features and Characteristics Among Large Police Departments in the United States of America
Authored by: Jones, Matt and de Guzman, Melchor. Increasingly, information technology has pervaded the provision of services by police agencies in the United States. The authors' research has isolated the factors that contribute to the adoption of e-government practices by large municipal police agencies in the United States.
Publication
Project Management Toolkit: A strategic approach to new local governance Project Management Toolkit: A strategic approach to new local governance
Authored by: Nishishiba, M., Ingle, M., Tsukamoto, H., & Kobayashi, M. This bilingual English/Japanese book is a product of a training program for managers from Japanese municipal government funded by Tokyo Foundation.
Publication
The concept of trustworthiness: A cross-cultural comparison between Japanese and U.S. business people The concept of trustworthiness: A cross-cultural comparison between Japanese and U.S. business people
Authored by: Nishishiba, Masami and Ritchie, L. David. A card sorting procedure was used to explore the structure of Japanese and American business people's concept of trustworthiness.
Publication
Explicating factors that foster civic engagement among students Explicating factors that foster civic engagement among students
Authored by: Nishishiba, M., Nelson, H. T., & Shinn, C. This paper investigates many facets of civic engagement by disaggregating how undergraduates conceptualize civic engagement as well as defining variables predicting greater student involvement in political, social and community affairs.
Publication
Capacity building for the common good: PSU’s interdisciplinary minor in civic leadership. Capacity building for the common good: PSU’s interdisciplinary minor in civic leadership.
Authored by: Nishishiba, Masami & Kecskes, Kevin. This article discusses the history, structure, and roles of academic and community partners associated with the Civic Leadership minor, and elaborates the philosophical foundation of the interdisciplinary curriculum that aims to build student capacity for the common good.
Publication
Local Government Diversity Initiatives in Oregon: An Exploratory Study Local Government Diversity Initiatives in Oregon: An Exploratory Study
Authored by: Nishishiba, Masami. This study catalogues types of diversity activities conducted by local governments and identifies key factors in the development and successful implementation of diversity initiatives.
Publication
Economic Value of Retirement Benefits for Archetypal Public Sector Retirees in OR, WA, and ID Economic Value of Retirement Benefits for Archetypal Public Sector Retirees in OR, WA, and ID
This study selects three public service occupations-- accountant, K-12 teacher, and state trooper/police officer – commonly found in three Northwest states and their three largest cities (Portland, Seattle, and Boise.) Key assumptions were made to allow “apples-to-apples” comparisons of the retirement benefits of current and future retirees, both within and between each system.
Research
Strategic Assessment of OCE/DOC Work and Related Programs Strategic Assessment of OCE/DOC Work and Related Programs
The Oregon Corrections Enterprises (OCE), a self-supporting and semi-independent agency of the State of Oregon reporting to the Director of the Department of Corrections (DOC), signed an agreement with the Center for Public Service to conduct a strategic assessment in early 2012.
Research
Total Employer Cost of Compensation Study - Phase 2.0 Total Employer Cost of Compensation Study - Phase 2.0
In the spring and summer of 2012 the State of Oregon commissioned a study from Portland State University’s Center for Public Service to examine the single biggest cost of most government jurisdictions: personnel costs. Working closely with the League of Oregon Cities and the Association of Oregon Counties, the state and the CPS research team identified 21 different city and county jurisdictions in Oregon and southwest Washington, in addition to using state of Oregon data.
Research
Oregon Nonprofit Sector Report - The State of the Nonprofit Sector in Oregon, 2011 Oregon Nonprofit Sector Report - The State of the Nonprofit Sector in Oregon, 2011
The Oregon Nonprofit Sector Report is the outcome of a collaboration between the Nonprofit Association of Oregon and the Center for Public Service's Institute for Nonprofit Management. The report is intended to inform decision makers in the public, nonprofit, and private sectors about the present economic status and relevance of the nonprofit sector.
Research
Local Government Diversity Initiatives in Oregon: An Exploratory Study Local Government Diversity Initiatives in Oregon: An Exploratory Study
Published in State and Local Government Review 2012 44: 55. Authored by Masami Nishishiba.
Research
Alumni Profile: Tim Schindler, PhD '02, MBA '95 Alumni Profile: Tim Schindler, PhD '02, MBA '95
Tim Schindler PhD ’02, MBA ’95, is an employee of the federal government who was furloughed during the partial government shutdown. He has returned to work as the field office manager of the Government Accountability Office in Seattle where he is also an Assistant Director
Alumnus
Clackamas County Alternate Workweek Pilot Project Evaluation Clackamas County Alternate Workweek Pilot Project Evaluation
The Center for Public Service evaluated Clackamas County’s alternate work week pilot project based on data collected between November 2008 and July 2009.
Research
The Cultural Atlas of Portland The Cultural Atlas of Portland
Dr. Hunter Shobe and David Banis of the Department of Geography are blowing up traditional map making in order to challenge our perceptions of Portland: its people, places, security cameras, and coyote sightings.
Research
Comprehensive Community Emergency Management (C2EM) Strategy Comprehensive Community Emergency Management (C2EM) Strategy
Center for Public Service, Clackamas County Emergency Management Department. This Comprehensive Community Emergency Management (C2EM) Strategy presents a pathway for increasing individual preparedness and engaging with members of the community as vital and responsible partners in enhancing the resiliency and security of Clackamas County.
Research
Sravya Garladenne Sravya Garladenne
Transportation Scholar
Graduate Student
Liz Kaster Liz Kaster
Transportation Scholar
Graduate Student
PSU Student Research Symposium Presenter: Kate Washington PSU Student Research Symposium Presenter: Kate Washington
Is Portland's Pearl District living up to its claim that the neighborhood increases social capital for all its residents? Kate Washington lays the groundwork to answer that question in her study: "The Pearl District: An Urban Neighborhood."
Research
Oliver Smith Oliver Smith
Transportation Scholar
Graduate Student
Jennifer Koch Jennifer Koch
Transportation Scholar
Graduate Student
Rebecca Hamilton Rebecca Hamilton
Transportation Scholar
Graduate Student
Joseph Broach Joseph Broach
Transportation Scholar
Graduate Student
Arlie Adkins Arlie Adkins
Transportation Scholar
Graduate Student
Laura Kutner - Trash For Peace Laura Kutner - Trash For Peace
“We know we are having an impact and that makes everything worth it.”
Graduate Student
Meg Merrick Meg Merrick
Meg Merrick puts communities on the map.
Faculty Member
A World of Cool: David and Janice Yaden A World of Cool: David and Janice Yaden
Coming from hardworking, blue collar, supportive but poor families, the Yadens both received scholarships during their time at Portland State and remained integral to their future successes. This year two undergraduate students in the College of Urban & Public Affairs will be the first recipients of the Yaden family endowed scholarship; their goal for this endowment is to help students from similar backgrounds. “It makes me really happy to think that someone like me whose father had maybe finished 8th Grade could get a university degree with a little financial help.” Janice says.
Alumnus
Liming Wang Liming Wang
Faculty Member
The Green Building Research Lab The Green Building Research Lab
Supporting fundamental and applied research relevant to the green building industry, and serving as a teaching resource for students studying building science.
Research
Making Population Data Available to Everyone: the Population Research Center Making Population Data Available to Everyone: the Population Research Center
At PSU, the Population Research Center is providing population-related data and research for the State of Oregon.
Research
The Institute of Portland Metropolitan Studies The Institute of Portland Metropolitan Studies
Providing the Portland metropolitan region with the tools and information policymakers and citizens need to advance the economic, environmental, and social goals of the region.
Research
Meet Jason Franklin Meet Jason Franklin
Director of Campus Planning and Design
Staff Member
Mark (Harmon) Leymon Mark (Harmon) Leymon
Faculty Member
A Life Dedicated to Public Service A Life Dedicated to Public Service
The Center for Public Service supports innovation in the public and non-profit sectors.
Research
Arlene Brockel Arlene Brockel
Staff Member
Tracy Braden
Staff Member
The Initiative for Bicycle & Pedestrian Innovation The Initiative for Bicycle & Pedestrian Innovation
The Initiative for Bicycle & Pedestrian Innovation combines research, education and knowledge to promote safe, convenient and accessible travel by walking and cycling.
Research
Ron Tammen Ron Tammen
Faculty Member
Intergenerational Finance: A Business Partnership with the Future Intergenerational Finance: A Business Partnership with the Future
Giving future generations investment power in our current economy is the concept behind Intergenerational Finance.
Research
Best Campus Leader: Kari Anne McDonald Best Campus Leader: Kari Anne McDonald
Graduate Student
Danielle McGurrin Danielle McGurrin
Danielle’s primary research area is in corporate-state crime, a major typology of white collar crime
Faculty Member
Meet Professor Masami Nishishiba Meet Professor Masami Nishishiba
Assistant Professor of Public Administration
Faculty Member
Reclaiming Sustainability: Vivek Shandas Reclaiming Sustainability: Vivek Shandas
Collectively addressing big problems to find equitable solutions
Faculty Member
Foundations of Public Service Foundations of Public Service
Authored by: Douglas F. Morgan; Richard Green; Craig W. Shinn; Kent S. Robinson. Designed to serve as a basic text for an introductory course in Public Administration, this innovative work provides students with an understanding of the basic management functions that are covered in all standard textbooks with two important differences.
Publication
Meet the first graduate of the Native American Urban Teacher Program Meet the first graduate of the Native American Urban Teacher Program
What would it be like to grow up Native American in our preK-12 school system? No one would know this better than Terri Reed, the first graduate of the American Indian Urban Teacher Program (AIUTP).
Graduate Student
Nathan McClintock Nathan McClintock
Examining food justice and urban political ecology.
Faculty Member
Matthew Gebhardt Matthew Gebhardt
Matthew Gebhardt knows how urban housing is development
Faculty Member
Thad Miller Thad Miller
Helping to understand and pursue sustainability
Faculty Member
Yiping Fang Yiping Fang
Bridging local and global planning practice.
Faculty Member
Jason Jurjevich Jason Jurjevich
Exploring the spatial implications of demographic change.
Faculty Member
Kris Henning Kris Henning
Tactical Response - Cracking cases with databases
Faculty Member
Greg Schrock Greg Schrock
Exploring labor markets and opportunity.
Faculty Member
A public health partnership to benefit all
Community Partnership
Carlos Crespo Carlos Crespo
Good Living - Making healthy choices easier
Faculty Member
Keren Brown Wilson PhD '83 and Michael DeShane MA '72, PhD '77 Keren Brown Wilson PhD '83 and Michael DeShane MA '72, PhD '77
Creating age-friendly cities
Alumnus
Marisa Lino '71 Marisa Lino '71
Diplomatic Assignment
Alumnus
Antonio D'Auria '02 Antonio D'Auria '02
Fathering hope in Ghana
Alumnus
Chris Owen Chris Owen
Chris Owen works as an Adjunct Professor in the Division of Criminology and Criminal Justice
Faculty Member
National Policy Process Seminar in Washington, DC National Policy Process Seminar in Washington, DC
See how public policy is made in our nation's capital!
Resource
Executive Seminar Program Executive Seminar Program
The Executive Seminar Program is a professional education program for senior managers in public, private, tribal and non-profit organizations. The program uses live case studies of controversial natural resource issues as a focal point for leadership development.
Resource
Lisa K. Bates Lisa K. Bates
Lisa Bates explains who lives where and why.
Faculty Member
Report: Fundamentals of Bicycle Boulevard Planning and Design Report: Fundamentals of Bicycle Boulevard Planning and Design
A guidebook to designing and planning bicycle boulevards
Publication
Phillip Cooper Phillip Cooper
Power of the Pen - Advising the nation on executive power
Faculty Member
CJPRI Newsletter CJPRI Newsletter
Check out the annual CJPRI Newsletters, profiling Criminal Justice Policy today!
Publication
William H. Feyerherm William H. Feyerherm
William is published extensively on topics such as race and its impact on processing in the justice system.
Faculty Member
Barry Messer Barry Messer
Pollution Prevention - Restoring stream banks with plants and people
Faculty Member
Jennifer Connor Smith Jennifer Connor Smith
Jennifer investigates how stress influences risk for behavior problems
Faculty Member
Research Profile - Loren Lutzenhiser Research Profile - Loren Lutzenhiser
Before the survey, commissioned by the California Energy Commission, "It was assumed," says Lutzenhiser, "that people would tar and feather you" if you suggested they do without modern conveniences such as air conditioning. "That was the received wisdom, but that's not what happened."
Research
Marcus Ingle Marcus Ingle
Interested in Global Leadership? What about traveling? If yes, Professor Ingle's Development Management in Vietnam class might be a good fit for you.
Faculty Member
PA Professor Harris PA Professor Harris
Students enjoy Dr. Harris' astute and practical insights in class, which are likely a result of her extensive experience in Human Resources Management and Organizational Development.
Faculty Member
Masami Nishishiba Masami Nishishiba
What do Bill Gates and Former President Jimmy Carter have in common? Professor Nishishiba has interpreted for both.
Faculty Member
Political Science Professor Birol Yesilada Political Science Professor Birol Yesilada
Professor Yesilada, Contemporary Turkish Studies Endowed Chair
Faculty Member
Political Science Professor Bruce Gilley Political Science Professor Bruce Gilley
Dr. Gilley's research centers on democracy, legitimacy, and global politics. He is a specialist on the comparative politics of China and Asia.
Faculty Member
Barbara Bokenyi Barbara Bokenyi
A specialist in distance education at PSU since 1996, Barbara Bokenyi oversees the day-to-day administration of the Criminology and Criminal Justice Online Program.
Faculty Member
PA Professor Phillip Cooper PA Professor Phillip Cooper
Professor Cooper has a strong commitment to students in addition to his wealth of academic and professional experience.
Faculty Member
Debra Lindberg Debra Lindberg
Professor Lindberg teaches exclusively in a groundbreaking online program.
Faculty Member
Annette Jolin Annette Jolin
As a professor and former chairperson, Dr. Jolin is committed to student and faculty excellence.
Faculty Member
Criminology and Criminal Justice Online Criminology and Criminal Justice Online
Dynamic Education Taught by Seasoned Professionals
Resource
Meet Dr. Lynn Weigand Meet Dr. Lynn Weigand
Lynn Weigand understands how urban environments promote physical activity.
Faculty Member
Master of Science in Criminology and Criminal Justice Master of Science in Criminology and Criminal Justice
Dynamic education taught by seasoned professionals in Criminology and Criminal Justice.
Resource
PA Professor Jack Corbett PA Professor Jack Corbett
Jack Corbett gives students the opportunity to gain international experience with field-based courses in Mexico and Canada.
Faculty Member
Political Science Professor David Kinsella Political Science Professor David Kinsella
Dr. Kinsella's research areas include the global arms trade, interstate conflict, and international law and ethics.
Faculty Member
Criminal Justice Policy Research Institute Criminal Justice Policy Research Institute
Find out what major projects the Criminal Justice Policy Research Institute is working on.
Organization
Kathy Perrin
An Office Specialist at PSU since 2004, Ms. Perrin manages the Criminology and Criminal Justice office.
Faculty Member
Criminology and Criminal Justice Program Criminology and Criminal Justice Program
See why 92% of graduating seniors are satisfied to very satisfied with this program.
Resource
Brian Renauer Brian Renauer
Brian is helping students, criminal justice professionals, and communities understand the sources of local public safety problems to seek effective solutions.
Faculty Member
Emily J. Salisbury Emily J. Salisbury
Dr. Salisbury's research investigates risk and needs assessment of women offenders, gendered pathways of offending, and prison classification systems.
Faculty Member
Angela Barrett Angela Barrett
Angela's goal is to help the Criminology division and the online program run as effectively as possible so all students have every opportunity to succeed.
Faculty Member
PA Professor Sherril Gelmon PA Professor Sherril Gelmon
Chair of Public Administration Division, Professor of Public Health
Faculty Member
Robert Lockwood Robert Lockwood
As one of the university's pre-law advisors, Bob is helping students to understand the demands of law school and the legal profession.
Faculty Member
Laura Hickman Laura Hickman
Laura Hickman is engaged in research activities that help inform policymakers and the community about effective approaches to controlling crime and helping victims.
Faculty Member
Jody Sundt Jody Sundt
Jody's research addresses the effectiveness of correctional policy, religion in prison, and public attitudes toward crime and punishment.
Faculty Member
Kris Henning Kris Henning
As Director of Criminology and Criminal Justice Online, Kris is helping students across the country access PSU.
Faculty Member
Casey Campbell Casey Campbell
Casey values being well rounded and focused, and believes students should too.
Staff Member
Dean Emeritus Nohad Toulan Dean Emeritus Nohad Toulan
Dean Emeritus of the College of Urban and Public Affairs at Portland State University, and Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Urban Studies and Planning.
Faculty Member
Megan Tiede
Assistant Director for Development and External Relations
Staff Member
Jane Lee
Computer Labs Manager - College of Urban & Public Affairs
Staff Member
Jodie MacLean Jodie MacLean
Office Coordinator - College of Urban & Public Affairs
Staff Member
Janet Hammer Janet Hammer
Program Director, The Initiative on Triple Bottom Line Development - College of Urban & Public Affairs
Staff Member
Larry Wallack Larry Wallack
Professor of Public Health, Center for Public Health Studies
Staff Member
Global Aging and Health Program Global Aging and Health Program
Improving the lives of Nicaraguans
Community Partnership
Senior Adult Learning Center Senior Adult Learning Center
Tuition-free classes for Oregon's elders
Resource
Preventive Medicine and Community Health Programs Preventive Medicine and Community Health Programs
PSU aids emerging countries
Research
NEW Leadership Oregon NEW Leadership Oregon
College Women becoming leaders
Organization
Community and Public Health Community and Public Health
U.S. News and World Report ranks PSU program
Resource
Public Administration Program Public Administration Program
U.S. News and World Report ranking
Resource
Sustainable Development Sustainable Development
The College of Urban and Public Affairs
Research
Student Project: Oregon  Land Use Stories Project Student Project: Oregon Land Use Stories Project
Using citizens' stories to highlight the need for comprehensive public involvement from a variety of Oregonians in order to reach an equitable solution for the divisive issues surrounding land use.
Student Project
Initiative for Bicycle and Pedestrian Innovation Initiative for Bicycle and Pedestrian Innovation
Initiative for Bicycle and Pedestrian Innovation
Organization
Jennifer Allen Jennifer Allen
Jennifer H. Allen, associate professor of Public Administration and director of the Institute for Sustainable Solutions.
Faculty Member
Meet Charles Rynerson Meet Charles Rynerson
Charles Rynerson knows numbers and can help you understand what they mean for your community.
Faculty Member
Meet Ed Sullivan Meet Ed Sullivan
Ed Sullivan is Oregon's leading expert on land use law
Faculty Member
Vivek Shandas Vivek Shandas
Integrating the science of sustainability with citizen engagement and decision making efforts
Faculty Member
Meet Risa S. Proehl Meet Risa S. Proehl
Risa Proehl helps communities demonstrate their needs for special programs.
Faculty Member
Sheila Martin Sheila Martin
Sheila Martin implements the ideal: Let Knowledge Serve the City.
Faculty Member
Student Project: NAIOP Challenge Student Project: NAIOP Challenge
Producing a development plan for Boeing Field in Seattle
Student Project
Karen Gibson Karen Gibson
Karen Gibson understands urban diversity.
Faculty Member
Loren Lutzenhiser Loren Lutzenhiser
Exploring how cities and people use energy.
Faculty Member
Meet Professor Robert Liebman Meet Professor Robert Liebman
Robert Liebman understands how communities change.
Faculty Member
Richard White Richard White
Changing the world one student at a time.
Faculty Member
Meet Professor James Strathman Meet Professor James Strathman
James Strathman understands how to get you there.
Faculty Member
Charles Heying Charles Heying
Exploring artisan economies in a global world.
Faculty Member
Connie P. Ozawa Connie P. Ozawa
Connie Ozawa knows how to help people make good decisions about their communities.
Faculty Member
Gerald Sussman Gerald Sussman
Educating for international urban communication and global citizenship.
Faculty Member
Meet Professor Emeritus Anthony Rufolo Meet Professor Emeritus Anthony Rufolo
Anthony Rufolo understands the regional economy.
Faculty Member
Meet Associate Professor Barry Messer Meet Associate Professor Barry Messer
Barry Messer knows why healthy rivers make healthy communities.
Faculty Member
Meet Professor Emeritus Nancy Chapman Meet Professor Emeritus Nancy Chapman
Nancy Chapman makes sense out of "helping networks" and the "sandwich generation."
Faculty Member
Jennifer Dill Jennifer Dill
Jennifer Dill researches how people make travel and location decisions.
Faculty Member
Meet Professor Emeritus Kenneth Dueker Meet Professor Emeritus Kenneth Dueker
Kenneth Dueker always finds a parking place.
Faculty Member
Ethan Seltzer Ethan Seltzer
Faculty Member
Sy Adler Sy Adler
Linking history to planning theory and practice.
Faculty Member