How Portland State University is using solar power to achieve energy savings and reduce carbon footprint.
Portland's most diverse neighborhood is also one of its most quirky, and beautiful.
Hillsboro Intermodal Transit Facility, Parking structure, Bikestation and Tuality Healthcare
This exhibit details the Portland Max and how its past and future attributes help to maintain Portland's sustainability.
Organic beer and its effect on Portland's sustainable future.
This exhibit will explore the history and continued use of Portland's Mounted Police Unit.
A trip through "Wast al-Balad," - downtown Amman, Jordan
Portland's historic Kenton neighborhood is an example of a small company town that became part of a large city.
To what extent can cities remain agriculturally independent?
A look into some of the destinations of Portland's thriving jazz music scene post World War II into the civil rights era.
Portland is known as the strip club capital of the US, but it didn't happen overnight. Learn how Ptown became a symbol for free speech through dance.
An account of John Muir's visits to Portland, Oregon, his Portland associates and purposes for visiting, and his impressions of Portland and environs.
A brief about civic engagement in Portland, its history, how it progressed nowadays, and how it helped influencing predictions for the future.
An overview of St Johns neighborhood in Portland, Oregon.
An overview of some of the proposed changes and upgrades planned over the next several decades at Portland State University
Tales of shanghaiing have haunted many port cities along the west coast. This exhibit hopes to explore the workings and folklore that surround them.
Sustainability of the Oregon Zoo and how it is contributing to a community of people and animals. Working for a better future.
How a temporary college for veterans in Vanport, Oregon became a permanent University
Portland's 4-T Trail is a tour of SW Portland by foot, tram, streetcar and MAX.
The ancient city of Jerash, Jordan
A historic look at one of the most polluted waterways in Oregon.
This exhibit will explore the history of PSU from the 1980's to the present through its efforts in sustainability, education and architectural growth.
The history of the Japanese Garden
As populations in major cities grow, cycling as a form of commuting increases and citizens begin to think more sustainably.
This exhibit will focus on several college campuses that have taken the initiative to become a sustainable part of the community.