Plans for the Oregon Sustainability Center are moving forward as schematic design begins this summer. In addition, substantial revisions to the project have been made.
Though construction may make it inconvenient at times to get to the library, its staff wants to remind students that all of its services are still accessible.
Portland State’s Urban Plaza is a smoke-free zone, though many can still be seen lighting up in the area.
Katie Markey, 22, and Selina Poulsen, 20, are currently running for ASPSU president and vice-president under the slate “Students First.”
Work continues on the energy-saving infrastructure improvement project to update the aging heating and cooling systems throughout the Portland State campus.
A simple request for long-term support turned into a partnership between Portland State and PGE.
Portland State is offering students an opportunity to voice their ideas for the next big building project on campus.
Students taking classes in Cramer Hall may notice differences around the building, which received some aesthetic and practical improvements.
Paulette Watanabe has been working at Portland State since 1987, and recently moved from managing grants and contracts in the Student Affairs Office to the position of executive director of Diversity and Multicultural Student Services.
Science Building 2, constructed in 1969, is getting a makeover and safety upgrades, nearly 41 years later.
Students at Portland State are helping businesses examine the ways in which their practices can benefit more stakeholders than just shareholders.