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Dr. Kevin Reynolds appointed VP of Finance and Administration

Portland State President Wim Wiewel has appointed Dr.

Portland State makes President's honor roll for community service

The U.S. Department of Education has recognized Portland State University as a national leader in volunteer programs by naming it to the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll.

PSU is one of 98 colleges and universities honored in the “interfaith/community service” category of the honor roll, which was launched in 2006 to recognize exemplary work placing students on a lifelong path of civic engagement.

Marijuana legalization in Oregon: PSU and KATU to sponsor televised debate Tuesday

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The only televised statewide debate on marijuana legalization will be held Tuesday at Portland State University.

Armed, sworn police on campus at PSU? It's time: Editorial

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Portland Tribune: Rodeo Star Switches to Plight of Spotted Frog

Photo Credit: PHOTO COURTESY KYLE TIDWELL - Kyle Tidwell holds a Western toad at the Conboy Lake National Wildlife Refuge near Mount Adams. Tidwell likens the frog to the proverbial canary in the coal mine, a gauge for evaluating the ecological health of aquatic environments.

Green Building Elements: Waxed cardboard insulation comes from produce boxes

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Students at Portland State University have developed a new insulation material made from shredded waxed cardboard produce boxes.  The insulation helps local grocery stores sustainably dispose of the boxes and could provide low-cost energy savings.

Portland State University program for student parents wins top regional award for innovation

Portland State University’s Resource Center for Students with Children program has won a top award for excellence by the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA). The award, announced Sept. 30, covers NASPA’s Region V, which includes colleges and universities in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Nevada, Utah, Montana, Alaska, British Columbia and Alberta.

Portland State supply chain program ranked in top 20 in the country, wins ISM approval

Portland State University’s Global Supply Chain Management online master’s degree program was named one of the top programs of its kind by TheBestSchools.org, a leading resource for prospective students seeking a college or university degree.

OPB: Measure 86 -- Weighing financial risks against funding Oregon students

Measure 86 is about the future. It would allow the state to borrow money for a scholarship fund for Oregon students pursuing college or career training. Opponents say it carries financial risks into the future. Proponents say it’s about the future of college students.

KGW: Portland State University considers adding armed police

Portland State University is laying out its plan to create a full-fledged police department, which would include officers with guns. Currently the university has only unarmed public safety officers