Solutions Blog

by Maria Sipin September 18, 2017

From Anthropology of Food to Urban Housing and Development, sustainability courses for fall 2017 at Portland State University span more than a dozen subject areas.

by Laura Gleim September 17, 2017
Since 1998, the Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship (IGERT) has been the National Science Foundation’s flagship interdisciplinary program, educating Ph.D. scientists and engineers across the U.S. The NSF effectively ended its IGERT program in 2015, at the same time that PSU admitted the last cohort of IGERT students into its program, focused on Ecosystems Services for Urbanizing Regions.
by Laura Gleim August 7, 2017

The Institute for Sustainable Solution welcomed Jihane Nami to its team as project manager in July. 

by Maria Sipin August 7, 2017
Who are you? Masami Nishishiba, Chair and Associate Professor of Public Administration, Associate Director of the Center for Public Service in the Hatfield School of Government, and Faculty Fellow of the Institute for Sustainable Solutions.
by Maria Sipin August 3, 2017
My name is Matt Gray. I am entering my second year of PSU's Master of Urban & Regional Planning program. I moved to Portland from Salt Lake City, Utah nearly a year ago. Since entering the program, I’ve been involved with Planning Club, board deputy for ITE-STEP (Students in Transportation Engineering and Planning), and Student Fellows of the Institute for Sustainable Solutions.
by Tyler Wilkins August 1, 2017

By Tyler Wilkins, an undergraduate political science student with a minor in civic leadership and a member of the Student Fellows Leadership Team.