“Luke has exceeded my expectations here at PSU. He has grown into a fine young man with a big heart. I would take a dozen Lukes on my team,” said David Hepburn, PSU’s head running coach. Continue reading Luke’s journey from the track to the classroom
Portland State students in spring term’s Public History Lab: Women Scientists & Wikipedia will write Wikipedia articles for forgotten women scientists. The course is taught by Catherine McNeur, who is publishing a book about two forgotten scientist sisters this fall. Continue reading Want to help forgotten women scientists get their due? PSU has a course for that!
The exhibit, on display through March 17, is a curated collection from the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. School Museum of Contemporary Art (KSMoCA), a contemporary art museum inside the Northeast Portland pre-K-5 school Continue reading 5th grader teams up with PSU prof to show us her ‘Happy Place’ in new exhibit
Don’t limit Black History Month to a month. Here are nine courses offered in spring term that focus on African and Black life. Continue reading 9 courses to learn about Black history + present and future
PSU architecture students worked with Portland-based Relay Resources to study ways to improve design for neurodiverse individuals. Continue reading Student research: Better design for the neurodiverse
Three Portland State architecture students share their reflections on what they learned and what new perspectives they gained through the experience of working with Indigenous architect Kevin O’Brien. Continue reading PSU students reflect on working with Indigenous architect and what it was like to set fire to a week’s worth of work
Portland State offers plenty of courses and programs, where you can take a deep dive into Native American history, culture, politics and contemporary issues. Continue reading 9 courses to learn about Native American and Indigenous communities