Now that ASPSU President Katie Markey and Vice President Selina Poulsen have taken office, they plan to work with their executive staff over the summer on campaigns.
In order to combat the current economic hardships facing Portland State, the Office of Student Financial Aid is working to extend current work-study employees into the upcoming 2010–11 academic year.
Portland State was recently named as one of the top “green” colleges in the U.S. by The Princeton Review, and is featured in the organization’s new book, Guide to 286 Green Colleges.
“Lots of parents, kids, diapers and sippy cups” is how Vince Schreck describes the typical audience at a Toy Trains show.
The Center for Academic Excellence is sponsoring an initiative that will enhance student learning in larger classes in all departments. CAE’s large-class initiative supports a faculty-led “clicker task force” which is working to standardize the use of clickers.
The Survey Research Lab offers social research assistance to researchers at PSU and the community. Some mediums utilized are phone, web and snail mail surveys.
In order to help the current students at Portland State, the Senior Gift Campaign is asking graduating students to donate a suggested amount of $20.10 to the PSU Foundation.
Next year’s incoming students will experience a new advising process at Portland State, which will be influenced by the research of two PSU academics who are conducting a new survey that admitted undergraduates can now take.
The AIESEC Oregon chapter is a small student organization at Portland State that has a large global impact.
A crowd of nearly 200 people met in Smith Memorial Student Union Parkway North on Wednesday to honor Portland State’s student employees.
Six task forces have been formed at the request of President Wiewel to give feedback on his draft discussion paper on the possibility of a financial restructuring of Portland State.