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Peter Gramlich

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School of Business
pgramlich@marylhurst.edu

Education

M.Arch., Arizona State University
BS in Architecture, Penn State University

Classes Taught

Sustainable Community Development

About

An architect and urban planner, Peter designs green homes and remodels, with a focus on sustainable technology and resource conservation. His prior experience includes work in Boston, Leipzig and Berlin, Germany. He's a Faculty member in the Dept. of Architecture at Portland Community College, and has taught at the undergrad and graduate levels for 8 years. As a City Councilor, he established Bend's first conservation-based water rates, created a Cottage Development Code and increased the City's energy quotient from renewable sources from 5 to 11%.

  • LEED Accredited Professional
  • Former City Councilor and Planning Commissioner in Bend, Oregon

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Tamara "TJ" DiCaprio, MBA in sustainable business, received the 2014 C.K. Prahalad Award for global sustainability leadership in June 2014.

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July 26, 2014 – August 11, 2014

HI: Europa 2014 Study Tour - Helsinki, St. Petersburg, Umea (Sweden), Amsterdam

Short-term study: exploring the cultural, environmental and creative contributions of five impressive European cities to our global society. Focus:...

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August 12, 2014

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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August 23, 2014

Undergraduate Information Session

Learn about bachelor's degree programs, financing your education, earning college credit for life learning, and your career options. Take a campus ...

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