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Jennifer Allen and Angela Jackson among Portland’s most influential women

Two of Portland State’s most influential leaders, Jennifer Allen and Angela Jackson, have been honored with 2015 Women of Influence Orchid Awards from the Portland Business Journal.

Kevin Kecskes, Public Administration faculty, delivered a presentation titled “Engaged Departments at the Crossroads” April 8 at Cornell University and April 9 at Buffalo State University.

Kevin Kecskes, Public Administration faculty, delivered a presentation titled “Engaged Departments at the Crossroads” April 8 at Cornell University and April 9 at Buffalo State University.

Jack Corbett, Public Administration faculty, had his co-authored paper, "El Venado y el Aguila: Reaching Spanish-speaking Populations in the Pacific Northwest," presented at the George Wright Society Conference in Oakland, Calif., March 31.

Jack Corbett, Public Administration faculty, had his co-authored paper, "El Venado y el Aguila: Reaching Spanish-speaking Populations in the Pacific Northwest," presented at the George Wright Society Conference in Oakland, Calif., March 31.

G.L.A. Harris, Public Administration faculty, presented her paper titled "Cloaked Biases as Micro Aggression: The Effects on Faculty of Color" as part of the Faculty of Color panel, which Theresa Kaimanu, Public Administration faculty, chaired and moderat

G.L.A. Harris, Public Administration faculty, presented her paper titled "Cloaked Biases as Micro Aggression: The Effects on Faculty of Color" as part of the Faculty of Color panel, which Theresa Kaimanu, Public Administration faculty, chaired and moderated at a conference in Chicago, March 5-10.

Masami Nishishiba, Public Administration faculty, moderated the panel "Outreaching and Engaging Multicultural Communities for More Equitable Local Government Services and Operations" and presented a paper titled "Valuing, Enabling and Managing (VEM) Diver

Masami Nishishiba, Public Administration faculty, moderated the panel "Outreaching and Engaging Multicultural Communities for More Equitable Local Government Services and Operations" and presented a paper titled "Valuing, Enabling and Managing (VEM) Diversity: A Model for Strategic Multicultural Outreach and Engagement" at the 2015 annual conference for the American Society for Public Administration, Chicago, March 10.

Masami Nishishiba, Public Administration faculty, delivered three invited presentations in Japan: "The Future of Multiculturalism in Kobe: Views from Portland" at the NPO Advance Management Program co-sponsored by Sharaku Ikigai Support Center and Multicu

Masami Nishishiba, Public Administration faculty, delivered three invited presentations in Japan: "The Future of Multiculturalism in Kobe: Views from Portland" at the NPO Advance Management Program co-sponsored by Sharaku Ikigai Support Center and Multicultural Pro3Group in Kobe, Hyogo; "Portland’s Government System and International Training" at the Sapporo City Community and Town Building Seminar in Sapporo, Hokkaido; and "International Exchange and Education Program at Portland State University" at the special session for Kyoto Prefectural University president and his cabinet's informat