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Currently Accolades: Presented for November 13, 2023

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  1. Lisa K. Bates, Urban Studies & Planning and Black Studies faculty and the ֱProfessor in Innovative Housing Policy, presented “Planning as Though this City Loves Us: Visionary Futures in Black Portland” on Oct. 20 at the 2023 Associate of Collegiate Schools of Planning Annual Conference in Chicago.
  2. Minji Cho, Urban Studies & Planning PhD candidate, Lisa K. Bates, Urban Studies & Planning and Black Studies faculty and the ֱProfessor in Innovative Housing Policy, and Colleen Carroll, Community Research Partnerships Coordinator in the Toulan School of Urban Studies and Planning, co-presented the paper “Did Oregon's Emergency Rental Assistance Program and 'Safe Harbor' Policy Forestall Evictions?” on Oct. 19 at the 2023 Associate of Collegiate Schools of Planning Annual Conference in Chicago.
  3. Kathleen Conte, Health Systems Management and Policy faculty and Homelessness Research & Action Collaborative senior research fellow, Sarah Mercurio, Urban Studies & Planning Ph.D candidate, and Marisa Westbrook, Public Health faculty, co-presented as part of the speaker panel “Interrogating the Role of Public Health in Addressing Homelessness: Identifying Roadblocks & Creating Opportunities” on Oct. 17 at the 2023 Oregon Public Health Association conference in Portland, Oregon
  4. Maurice Hamington, Professor of Philosophy and Affiliate Faculty in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, delivered a presentation virtually to the Beijing Forum on Nov. 3 titled “Moral Progress Rooted in the Family.”
  5. Cynthia Gomez, Director of Community Impact and University Studies, presented “Latine Futures Initiative: Collaborating for a Thriving & Engaged Community,” on Oct. 18 at the Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities 28th Annual Conference in Washington, D.C.
  6. Jacen Greene, Homelessness Research & Action Collaborative assistant director and co-ֱer, presented “Addressing Student Basic Needs Insecurity through Research and Action” on Oct. 16 at the 2023 Coalition of Urban & Metropolitan Universities Annual Conference in Washington, D.C.
  7. Sarah Mercurio, Urban Studies & Planning Ph.D candidate, and Marisa Zapata, Land-Use Planning faculty and Homelessness Research & Action Collaborative director, co-presented “Equitable Engagement in State-level Housing Planning” on Oct. 19 at the 2023 Associate of Collegiate Schools of Planning Annual Conference in Chicago.
  8. Nicole Rigelman, Curriculum & Instruction faculty, presented the co-authored paper “Mathematics Specialists Policy and Practice Issues: Advocacy, Responsibilities, Impact, & Support” on Oct. 30 at the Annual Conference of the National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics in Washington, D.C.
  9. Nicole Rigelman, Curriculum & Instruction faculty, and Mary Duden, EdD ‘19 and Mathematics Instructional Leader, co-presented the paper “Humanizing Assessment: Becoming Students of our Students by Attending, Interpreting, and Deciding,” on Oct. 30 at the Annual Conference of the National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics in Washington, D.C.
  10. Ashley Streig, Geology faculty, gave a talk introducing the new Community Fault Model working group, and chaired sessions at the Cascadia Region Earthquake Science Center (CRESCENT) Kickoff meeting on Oct. 23-25 in Eugene, Oregon.
  11. Sue Taylor, Art History faculty emerita, presented an invited lecture on Oct. 14 on artist Joseph Friebert and mid-20th century abstraction at the Madron Gallery in Chicago.
  12. Lauren Vega O'Neil, Curriculum & Instruction faculty, presented “Using Culturally and Historically Responsive Literacy to Create Belonging in Elementary Classrooms” on Nov. 4 at the OSLA Fall Conference: Reimagining Our World Together in Portland, Oregon. 
  13. Yi Wang, Center for Urban Studies Senior Research Associate, Lisa K. Bates, Urban Studies & Planning and Black Studies faculty and the ֱProfessor in Innovative Housing Policy, Colleen Carroll, Community Research Partnerships Coordinator in the Toulan School of Urban Studies and Planning, Azad Amir-Ghassemi, and PSU Ph.D candidates Devin MacArthur and Minji Cho, co-presented the paper “Protected from Eviction? A Study of Subsidized Housing Evictions in Oregon” on Oct. 20 at the 2023 Associate of Collegiate Schools of Planning Annual Conference in Chicago.
  14. Howard Yank, College of Education faculty emeritus, presented “Equity Grading: A Path Toward More Equitable and Sustainable Practices” on Nov. 2 at the AMLE50 Conference in National Harbor, Maryland. 
  15. Marisa Zapata, Land-Use Planning faculty and Homelessness Research & Action Collaborative director, presented “Future Justice: Rooting Planning in Present Day Inequity” on Oct. 19 at the 2023 Associate of Collegiate Schools of Planning Annual Conference in Chicago.