Public Administration

Log in with your CAS account

You will be redirected to the secure cas login page

PSU, Zenger Farm team on making healthy vegetables more convenient

Zenger Farm and Portland State University have teamed up to bring the Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Partnerships for Health program to communities across the region, making organic, local produce easily available for people looking to improve their health. Now the program is expanding and looking for new participants. 

Jack Corbett, Public Administration faculty, was recognized by the community assembly of Santos Reyes Nopala, Mexico, for his contributions to sustainability planning and management in southern Mexico.

Jack Corbett, Public Administration faculty, was recognized by the community assembly of Santos Reyes Nopala, Mexico, for his contributions to sustainability planning and management in southern Mexico.

Portland Tribune: PSU launches flexible energy degree

Read the original post in the Portland Tribune's Sustainable Life section. 

Portland State University is entering the fray of the rapidly changing energy industry to offer a flexible degree program aimed at professionals.

“PSU's Graduate Certificate in Energy Policy and Management fills a key need in the Portland market for training in the dynamic and changing energy industry," said Jim Piro, president and CEO of Portland General Electric, in a news release.

Jack Corbett, Public Administration faculty, presented "Fundy's Shores, Mexico's Mountains: Conserving Heritage in Special Places" to the Wolfville Historical Society in Wolfville, Nova Scotia, as part of the outreach component of his current Fulbright.

Jack Corbett, Public Administration faculty, presented "Fundy's Shores, Mexico's Mountains: Conserving Heritage in Special Places" to the Wolfville Historical Society in Wolfville, Nova Scotia, as part of the outreach component of his current Fulbright.

Portland Business Journal: PSU looks to spawn more energy experts

Read the original story on the Portland Business Journal Sustainable Business Oregon blog. 

Portland's largest university is offering a new energy-centric graduate certificate.

The certificate, in energy policy and management, aims to prep students for an industry growing ever more complex as renewable sources become more prevalent.

PSU launches flexible certificate program for evolving energy industry workforce

The sprawling energy industry is one of shifting policy landscapes, new technologies, and changing consumer demands. It’s also a cornerstone of the Portland-area economy where a growing renewable energy sector and a matrix of public, private, and nonprofit organizations work together to create a vibrant and complex marketplace—for both jobs and energy. 

Sherril Gelmon, Public Administration faculty, presented "Collaborating with Philanthropy to Achieve and Sustain Authentic Partnerships" at the annual meeting of the American Public Health Association in Chicago, Nov. 4.

Sherril Gelmon, Public Administration faculty, presented "Collaborating with Philanthropy to Achieve and Sustain Authentic Partnerships" at the annual meeting of the American Public Health Association in Chicago, Nov. 4.

Masami Nishishiba, Public Administration faculty, presented on a panel titled "How do You Plan for Inclusion, Equity and Diversity in Parks and Recreation Services?: Application of VEM Model at Tualatin Hills Park and Recreation District (THPRD)" at the O

Masami Nishishiba, Public Administration faculty, presented on a panel titled "How do You Plan for Inclusion, Equity and Diversity in Parks and Recreation Services?: Application of VEM Model at Tualatin Hills Park and Recreation District (THPRD)" at the Oregon Recreation & Park Association 2015 annual conference in Portland.

G.L.A. Harris, Public Administration faculty, authored the article "America's Problem of Race: The Black and Latino Man Divided By a Common African Ancestry," published in the Journal of Public Affairs Education, Vol. 21, No. 4: pp. 495-510.

G.L.A. Harris, Public Administration faculty, authored the article "America's Problem of Race: The Black and Latino Man Divided By a Common African Ancestry," published in the Journal of Public Affairs Education, Vol. 21, No. 4: pp. 495-510.

Sherril Gelmon, Public Administration faculty, was one of four lead speakers at the Interprofessional Education Collaborative Fall Institute in Washington, D.C., titled "Interprofessional Education: Building a Framework for Collaboration." She presented "

Sherril Gelmon, Public Administration faculty, was one of four lead speakers at the Interprofessional Education Collaborative Fall Institute in Washington, D.C., titled "Interprofessional Education: Building a Framework for Collaboration." She presented "Assessing Learners and Evaluating Your Program" Oct. 8.