Barry Messer, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Urban Studies and Planning
B.A. 1967 Whittier College; M.A. 1971 University of Pittsburgh; Ph.D. 1994 Portland State University.
Research interests: urban environmental education and community development. Faculty advisor for MURP internship. Teaching includes Concepts of Community Development and University Studies courses including Healthy People/Healthy Places, Community Leadership and Neighborhoods and Watersheds capstone. Recent accomplishments: principal investigator, Bureau of Environmental Services Community Watershed Stewardship Partnership. Author: "Guide to Community/University Partnerships," Center for Academic Excellence, Portland State University, 1966; co-author, "Determinant of Recycling Participation in Multifamily Residences," Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 1993.
Associate Professor Messer's contact information:
Office: Urban Center, room 370H
Phone: (503) 725.5179