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2013 AICP Student Project Award - Application of the Planning Process

Connect Cascade Locks: A Recreational Trails Plan for Economic Development Michael Ahillen, Sarah Bronstein, Ellen Dorsey, Danielle Fuchs, Sara Morrissey, Chloe Ritter

2012 APA, Oregon Chapter Student Achievement in Planning Award - National Award

Portland Mercado: Community Economic Development to revitalize, uplift, and empower
Adelante Planning: Abigail Cermak, David Ruelas, Bridger Wineman, Ellen Wyoming

2012 AICP Student Project Award - Application of the Planning Process

Portland Mercado: Community Economic Development to revitalize, uplift, and empower
Adelante Planning: Abigail Cermak, David Ruelas, Bridger Wineman, Ellen Wyoming

2011 CD Graduate Erica "Aisha" Charves Wins Fulbright Fellowship to Study in the United Arab Emirates.

Erica “Aisha” Charves earned her Baccalaureate in Community Development and Communication, with a minor in Arabic in June 2011. Next year she will be studying Urban Planning in the United Arab Emirates at UAEU while researching Emirati women’s leadership in urban planning and community development on a Fulbright Fellowship.

Charves was born in Idaho and graduated from high school in the Bay Area, California. Eventually, she began working as an EMT on an ambulance in Oakland. In 2005 she returned to college and became involved with leadership in the Muslim community.

She and her husband of 7 years moved to Portland in 2007, where she began attending PSU, and working at Providence Hospital. After a series of incidents where Muslims were bullied on campus, she became involved with the MSA to work on issues such as the prayer space, and education about Islam, alongside community outreach. After attending an Introduction to Urban Planning class, she realized community development was her calling. She still works night shifts in an emergency room while advocating for understanding Islam by speaking to schools, hospitals, universities and other locations.

Her favorite memories of PSU have been planning the Islamic Women’s Fashion Show, organizing students to overturn a law banning Oregon teachers from wearing religious garb, hosting the Hijabi Monologues, securing a larger multi-faith prayer space in Smith basement, organizing a Student Veterans/MSA dinner, and writing for PSU’s student magazine the Spectator. She hopes to continue writing for periodicals, and working with facilitative leadership, to empower women both here in Portland and abroad.

Kristina Hostetler, MURP 2011, Awarded Eno Fellowship.

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Kristina Hostetler, who will graduate this June with a Masters of Urban and Regional Planning, has been selected to receive a prestigious Eno Fellowship. Eno Fellows represent the top transportation graduate or PhD students from across the nation. The Eno Foundation Board of Regents, a panel of distinguished transportation professionals, selects the top 20 applicants from nominees throughout the country. Fellows attend an all expenses paid Leadership Development Conference in Washington DC.  This year the conference dates are: June 6-10, 2011.

MUS Student Awarded Fellowship for International Study 2010-11

Daniel Auger

Daniel Auger, a Master of Urban Studies student in the Toulan School of Urban Studies and Planning, will spend the next nine months living and researching in Turkey, thanks to the Boren Fellowship for International Study. Boren Fellowships are awarded to graduate students for language study and cross cultural educational research and exchange. The award will provide funding for Auger to continue his study of the Turkish language and pursue his research questions and interests centered around "The Kazaks   of Istanbul: A Case of Strong Community Cohesion and Economic Success."

2010 APA, Oregon Chapter Student Achievement in Planning Award

How Will You Get There? Transportation Solutions for Washington Park: David Amiton, Mallory Atkinson, Cathy Cibor, Ray Delahanty, Brendon Haggerty, Talia Jacobson


2010 AICP Student Project Award - Contribution of Planning to a Contemporary Issue

No Vacancy: Exploring Temporary Use of Empty Spaces in the Central Eastside Industrial District
Locus Lab: Becky Dann, Beth Somerfield, Emily Rice, Briana Meier

2008 APA, Oregon Chapter Student Achievement in Planning Award - Special Achievement in Planning, Certificate of Merit

Oregon Land Use Stories Project: Mathew Berkow, George Zaninovich

2008 AICP Student Project Award - Applied Research

Oregon Land Use Stories Project: In search of the bigger picture after the passage of Oregon's Measure 37

Matthew Berkow and George Zaninovich

2007 AICP Student Project Award - Contribution of Planning to a Contemporary Issue

Going Public! Strategies for Meeting Public Restroom Need in Portland's Central City
Josh Ahmann, Kevin Bond, Warren Greaser, Sarah Selden

2006 APA, Oregon Chapter Student Achievement in Planning Award

Going Public! Strategies for Meeting Public Restroom Need in Portland's Central City,
Relief Works: Josh Ahmann, Kevin Bond, Warren Greaser, Sarah Selden, Amber Springberg, Kartik Srinivas, Jon Swae

2005 APA, Oregon Chapter Student Achievement in Planning Award

Diggable City Project: Making Urban Agriculture a Planning Priority
Kevin Balmer, James Gill, Heather Kaplinger, Joe Miller, Melissa Peterson, Amanda Rhoads, Paul Rosenbloom, Teak Wall

2005 APA, Oregon Chapter Student Achievement in Planning Award

Anti-Displacement Strategies: Non-profit Organizations in Old Town Chinatown
Jenny Bajwa, Joanne Daunt, Sean Farrelly, Sereh Overbeek, Jessica Slatek

2004 APA, Oregon Chapter Student Achievement in Planning Award

Planning at the Roots: Low-Income and Communities of Color in Portland, Oregon.
Planning at the Roots: Allison Parzych, Jennifer Porter, Shayna Rehberg, Sarah Ruether, Gwen Sheinfeld

Honorable Mention:

Outer South East Livable Infill Project
LIV-IN: Debbie Collard, Kristine dos Remedios, Krista Hornaday, Harper Kalin, Ying Lin, Kris Sorenesen

Honorable Mention:

South Park Blocks Area Development Strategy
Project Team: Lisa Abuaf, Natasha Detweiler, Steve Faust, Jennifer Mannhard, Dan Zalkow

2003 APA, Oregon Chapter Student Achievement in Planning Award

Wildlife Crossings: Rethinking Road Design to Improve Safety and Reconnect Habitat.
Carr, Theresa Carr, Radcliffe Dacanay, Kevin Drake, Charl Everson, Arianne Sperry, Kerri Sullivan

1999 APA, Oregon Chapter Student Achievement in Planning Award

Putting the Region to Work: An Analysis of Workforce Development Services in Multnomah and Washington Counties
Workforce Development Resource Directory
Kim Burnett, Ray Jackson, Britt Parrott, Matt Ransom, Claire Smith

1998 AICP Student Project Award - Contribution of Planning to a Contemporary Issue

Greening Our Cities: An Analysis of the Benefits and Barriers Associated with Green Roofs.
Green Roofs Unlimited: Stephanie Beckman, Sev Jones, Kevin Liburdy, Connie Peters

1997 APA, Oregon Chapter Student Achievement in Planning Award

A Plan for Parks and Recreation in Light Rail Station Communities.
Mary Anderson, Heather Coleman, Alan Lehto, Kristina Gifford McKenzie, Deena Platman, Paul Scarlett

1997 AICP Student Project Award - Contribution of Planning to a Contemporary Issue

Voices in a Community: Capacity Building in the Old Town/Chinatown Neighborhood.
Steven Duh, Eric Engstrom, Jason Franklin, Karen Howard

1996 AICP Student Project Award - Contribution of Planning to a Contemporary Issue

Creating a Better Tomorrow: A Curriculum for Teaching Children About Planning
Lori Stroope, Lauren Wateron

1996 APA, Oregon Chapter Student Achievement in Planning Award

Illegal Homeless Camping in Portland: Field Analysis and Advocacy Planning.
Chris Bernhardt, Doug Glancy, Doug Layne, Jeff Salvon

1995 APA, Oregon Chapter Student Achievement in Planning Award

Creating a Better Tomorrow: A Curriculum for Teaching Children About Planning
Lori Stroope, Lauren Wateron

1991 APA, Oregon Chapter Student Achievement in Planning Award 

Historic Resources and the History of the Albina Community Plan
Clyde Dixon, Jean Hester, Mary Jane Melink, Kimberly Moreland, Jinxiang Ren, Dan Riordan, Damian Syrnyk, Dave Wadley