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Melissa Peterson

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School of Business
mpeterson@marylhurst.edu

Education

MUP, Portland State University

About

Melissa has worked in the affordable housing industry, helping development teams integrate sustainable design strategies into housing projects. She has managed the development and implementation of green design standards in the Pacific Northwest and for adoption nationally. She has taught field botany and research methods to university students in Australia, worked with watershed and community groups in Central America, and developed GIS publications and presentations on socio-economic and population trends in Oregon.

  • LEED Accredited Professional and an Earth Advantage Sustainable Homes Professional
  • Served on the board of directors for Oregon Outreach, Inc. and the Cascadia Green Building Council
  • Teaches SUS 561 (Urban Planning Fundamentals); SUS 562 (Sustainable Community Development); and SUS 525 (Research & Quantitative Methods)

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Stuart Noble-Goodman, Ph.D., will join Marylhurst University as Director of the School of Business, effective February 22, 2016.

Marylhurst Ranks in Top 10 Great Values

Marylhurst University's online programs garnered a Top 10 ranking in Portland from Great Value Colleges in January 2016.

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February 09, 2016

Marylhurst University Sustainability Advisory Council (MUSAC)

Monthly business meeting. Visitors welcome to attend. Agenda items may be submitted to the Advisory Council prior to the meeting. The Council's mi...

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February 15, 2016

Marylhurst Transfer Day

Are you considering a bachelor's degree? Do you have college credit from other schools? Are you wondering how your college credit can transfer towa...

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February 16, 2016

SOS Film & Discussion Series: Deep Green

The Marylhurst Student Organization for Sustainability (SOS) is starting a new series of lunchtime brown-bag films and discussions about sustainabi...

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