It’s summer break for many, but students in three Sustainable Neighborhoods Initiative classes are continuing work throughout the summer with
by Jamie Valentine — August 3, 2015
by Catherine McNeur — July 29, 2015
Catherine McNeur, assistant professor of environmental history and public history and award-winning author of Taming Manhattan: Environmental Battles in the Antebellum City. One of the things I’m most excited about is a public history course I’ve been developing on Portland’s Heritage Trees.
by Peter Daeges — July 9, 2015
I have some thought-provoking news for you all.
by Elyse Cogburn — July 2, 2015
Hello! I’m Elyse Cogburn, and I am a recent graduate (spring 2015) with a Bachelor’s of Science in Environmental Studies and Geography. At my time at Portland State University, I have been involved with many organizations and committees around campus. Outside of the Portland State University community, I am involved with 350PDX and Rising Tide. I also have an amazing job working for REI educating members about the great outdoors! I am also a catmom to the best fluffy sidekick a girl could ask for, Arya
by Jennifer Allen — June 30, 2015
For the past 12 years, I’ve had the opportunity to work with many others at PSU to build our sustainability programs, and over the last 9 years I’ve been honored to serve in leadership roles to advance the work of the Institute for Sustainable Solutions. I’m so proud of what we’ve accomplished at PSU over this time.
by Kevin Kecskes — June 12, 2015
In mid May I had the opportunity to interview two community leaders. The first, Chas Lopez, Interim Chief Diversity Officer at Portland State University and the second, Anita Yap, APANO Board of Directors and (at the time of the interview) a candidate for the PCC Board of Directors in Zone 3. (Anita ultimately lost to Michael Sonnleitner in a close race.)