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Toulan Memorial Scholarship celebrates commitment to service, community & higher education

The College of Urban & Public Affairs remembers two passionate urban planning pioneers by awarding Nohad and Toulan Memorial Scholarships to two deserving PhD students.

Planetizen Boosts Urban Planning Program

Portland State’s Master of Urban and Regional Planning program jumped up several spots to a Top 20 national ranking, according to Planetizen, a non-profit, public-interest network for urban planners. The professional degree program was rated No. 19 in the country.

Preparing Energy Stars of Engineering and Design

A new interdisciplinary program will provide engineering and architecture students the experience, training, and skills to address issues of energy consumption in the building sector.
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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.
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Meet PSU Cultural Ambassador Anouksha Gardner

Graduate student in Conflict Resolution, Anouksha is from Nepal.
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Open House & Information Session: Three-Year Master of Architecture

Are you fascinated by architecture? Do you have a bachelor's degree (or are graduating this spring) in any discipline?

Meet Katherine Winter

Katherine Winter is a MA TESOL graduate student in the Department of Applied Linguistics at Portland State University. In September, Katherine became a Graduate Research Assistant with the Literacy Language & Technology Research Group (LLTR) at PSU. She states, “It’s challenging but important work,…I have so many resources I can refer to in my teaching.”
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Meet Jo-Anne Hutter

Jo-Anne Hutter is a MA TESOL graduate student in the Department of Applied Linguistics at Portland State University and a Graduate Research Assistant for the Civil Engineering Writing Project with Susan Conrad, Professor of Applied Linguistics.
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