School of Planning, Public Policy and Management News
Oregon Quarterly features Dean Adrian Parr in 'Adrian Parr: An Explorer by Design,' a profile that follows her journey from the forests of Sydney to the forests of Eugene.
The PPPM Assistant Professor co-authored a piece about how the pandemic has affected budgets, fundraising, and operations for nonprofits nationwide.
OPB featured the PPPM assistant professor and director of the new Pacific Northwest Just Futures Institute for Racial and Climate Justice.
Benjamin Clark is overseeing the installation of 25 PurpleAir wildfire smoke sensors including locations throughout campus.
The PPPM team behind the new book Rethinking Streets During COVID-19 shares their favorite thoroughfares around the world.
The UO’s Institute for Policy Research and Engagement co-authored a blueprint to help U.S. communities recover from the pandemic
The ARC, opening fall 2021, will host up to 35 first-year students who share a passion for planning.
The PPPM assistant professor discusses Uber, Lyft, and transit deserts.
The Pacific Northwest Just Futures Institute for Racial and Climate Justice was made possible by a historic $4.52 million grant from Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
The UO recognized the work of John Arroyo and Ben Clark of PPPM, Leslie Dietz of the Biology and the Built Environment Center, and Mark Fretz and Kevin Van Den Wymelenberg of SAE.
Associate Professor Ben Clark and IPRE’s Robert Parker find that the state needs to reinforce vaccine safety via public outreach.
The assistant professor helped co-author the recent paper ‘The Carbon Footprint of Ride-Hailing: GHG Inventory Methodology’
The Cottage Grove Armory is included in the Institute for Policy Research & Engagement's heritage resource disaster planning guide.
The current dean at the University of Texas Arlington’s College of Architecture, Planning and Public Affairs and the UNESCO chair on water will join the college spring term.
With Oregon Heritage and Cottage Grove, the PPPM institute created a plan to protect historic main streets, cemeteries, museums, and more.