School of Planning, Public Policy and Management News
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The assistant professor, along with Cornell’s Nicholas Klein, researches the culprits of parking congestion in five U.S. cities.
PPPM undergraduate Finley Heeb wants to change the world through biking and other alternative modes of transportation.
The PPPM Assistant Professor, who specializes in urban design and inequality, will serve in a group reviewing nominations to the National Register of Historic Places.
The NPS Cultural Landscapes Program manager recieved a Bachelor and Master of Landscape Architecture at the College of Design.
Kaarin Knudson talks to the Register-Guard about housing prices in Eugene and Lane County.
PPPM’s Rebecca Lewis and Robert Parker present research showing the environmental and social impacts of suburban sprawl.
The interdisciplinary research teams will investigate forest fires and resilience, sustainable transportation, and resilient housing.
The PPPM professor will represent the Willamette Valley through 2023.
Nominations for the PPPM award are due December 20, 2019.
Dan Strauss says he will apply what he learned at PPPM about public policy, planning, and economics to shape Seattle.
In partnership with Places Journal, the college chose Assistant Professor Sara Jensen Carr and her proposal ‘Water is Wealth’ for the award.
The yearlong partnership with Lane Transit District will address local transportation needs.
The program will focus on Sustainable Transportation and Cities; Access and Equity; and Nonprofit, Philanthropic and Social Enterprise.
The College of Design is excited to welcome new and visiting faculty for the 2019–20 academic year.