School of Planning, Public Policy and Management News
Vandenburgh, who leads the School of Art + Design, begins July 1.
Lindner has accepted a position as dean of the Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment at University College London
The award will fund College of Design projects in 2019 focusing on Portland’s Albina neighborhood and design for healthy aging.
Students present city collaborations on bikeshares, e-scooters, community events and placemaking.
Several veterans walk the halls of the College of Design, as students, faculty, and staff.
Three leading scholars in diversity research are joining forces for the new Engaging Diverse Communities team at PPPM.
The Institute for Policy Research Engagement partnered with the Oregon Wine Board to produce the recently released 2017 Oregon Vineyard and Winery Report.
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.
The College of Design is welcoming several new faculty members across the college.
Dean of the College of Design, Christoph Lindner announced the College’s new Dean’s Fellow for Diversity.
The College of Design celebrates its more than 600 graduates and first commencement ceremony under its new name.
The School of Planning, Public Policy and Management (PPPM) recently honored outstanding professionals, alumni, students, and faculty for their contributions to the school, their communities, and the State of Oregon at the annual PPPM Awards Ceremony.
In 2015, when graduate students of color first brought concerns of equity and inclusion forward to the leadership of the School of Planning, Public Policy, and Management (PPPM), the School started holding Listening Sessions to better understand the experiences of students, faculty, and staff and meet the needs of students who come from traditionally under-represented or marginalized communities.
The vision for IPRE is to integrate applied research and experiential education while addressing important problems facing Oregon communities, agencies, local governments, and nonprofits.
The University of Oregon has promoted six College of Design faculty members for 2017–18. The promotion and tenure process involves rigorous review, so receiving them reflects significant achievements.