by Eric Rutledge — September 8, 2016
by Molly Bressers — August 31, 2016
The Washington Higher Education Sustainability Conference (WAHESC) is a regionally focused opportunity for those teaching, working, or studying within higher education to come together and learn about sustainability in academics, operations, and research.
by Ruby Buchholtz — August 2, 2016
Ruby Buchholtz, environmental management master’s student in the School of the Environment. My study area is in wetland and riparian ecosystems, my graduate project consists of creating a management plan for a small urban wetland in Lake Oswego. I am also the conservation outreach specialist with the Campus Sustainability Office as well as a trip leader with the Outdoor Program at Portland State University.
by Beth Gilden — June 22, 2016
by Elise Granek — June 17, 2016
Help us learn about how Oregonians use, value, and depend on their coast and ocean resources. The survey asks about opinions on marine management activities and preferences for future management.
by Jamie Valentine — June 6, 2016
Jamie Valentine is an M.S. Candidate in Educational Leadership and Policy with a focus on Leadership for Sustainability Education, a graduate assistant at the Institute for Sustainable Solutions focused on the Sustainable Neighborhoods Initiative, and a volunteer garden mentor for prison inmates.