School of Planning, Public Policy and Management News

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DeFazio Talks Policy with PPPM Students

The House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee chairman met with Professor Marc Shlossberg's bike transportation course.

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'Good Drainage, Good Vibes' is EPA Winner

The EPA awards first place to a College of Design team for its Campus RainWorks Challenge.

Urbanism Next to Host Second National Conference in Portland

Participants from academia, architecture, government, and more will discuss how cities can prepare for emerging technologies.

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SCYP Partners with Lane Transit District in 2019–20

The Sustainable City Year Program will work with Lane County on several connectivity projects.

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Community at the Museum

The JSMA’s Reflections & Connections program empowers people with dementia and their care partners.

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RARE's Win-Win Partnership with Small Communities

RARE builds a cadre of committed young professionals who can gain valuable experience while expanding the capacity of rural communities.

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Creating a Better Biking Community

PPPM Professor Marc Shlossberg and UO research team use technology to prioritize sustainable transportation in Eugene.

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Vandenburgh Named Interim Dean of College of Design

Vandenburgh, who leads the School of Art + Design, begins July 1.

 

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Dean Christoph Lindner to Step Down in August

Lindner has accepted a position as dean of the Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment at University College London

 

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Winners of Inaugural Tinker Hatfield Award for Innovation Announced

The award will fund College of Design projects in 2019 focusing on Portland’s Albina neighborhood and design for healthy aging.

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Planning Students Team Up with City Officials, Get Hands-on Training in the Real World

Students present city collaborations on bikeshares, e-scooters, community events and placemaking.

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Lives of Service

Several veterans walk the halls of the College of Design, as students, faculty, and staff.

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PPPM Becomes an Innovative Research Hub for Diversity in Planning, Policy, and Design

Three leading scholars in diversity research are joining forces for the new Engaging Diverse Communities team at PPPM.

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Would You Like Some Data with that Wine?

The Institute for Policy Research Engagement partnered with the Oregon Wine Board to produce the recently released 2017 Oregon Vineyard and Winery Report.

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Remembering Megan Smith—A Rare Leader in Rural Development and Community Building

The College of Design community is mourning the loss of Megan Smith, program director for Resource Assistance for Rural Environments and co-director of the Institute for Policy Research and Engagement.

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