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More access, more progress
Are e-bikes the future?
A new study from the Transportation Research and Education Center asks how to replace car trips with bike trips, and how to increase access to electronic bikes as a possible solution.
With Perseverance And A Little Help, It's Never Too Late To Graduate
Sometimes all it takes is a little extra support. That’s why Portland State is expanding scholarships and emergency hardship funds to clear the way for students to return and graduate.
OVERCONFIDENCE BOLSTERS ANTI-SCIENTIFIC VIEWS
The scientific community has relied on educating the public in order to increase agreement with scientific consensus. New PSU research suggests why this approach has seen only mixed results.
Inside Portland State
Moving Portland Forward
What started as a Portland State University student capstone project has turned into a new way of moving traffic along the Portland waterfront.