A University of Oregon initiative exploring the secondary effects of emerging technologies has been awarded $1 million over the next five years for a joint project involving the Portland and Eugene campuses.

We are looking for our next Sustainable City Year Program partner! The 2018-2019 request for proposals is now available. To learn more about the process for applying to be the next SCYP partner, please visit our Interested Cities page.

LA PINE — After more than two years of planning, La Pine welcomed dozens of University of Oregon students for a pilot program that will allow them to use Oregon’s youngest city as a temporary classroom. Full story

Join us this March as experts from the public, private, and academic sectors come together to discuss the impacts of autonomous vehicles, e-commerce, and the sharing economy on our cities. Engage with planners, architects, developers, and others to explore how these technologies will affect equity, the environment, the economy, and governance.

In 2018, La Pine will play host to a pilot program from the University of Oregon, designed to help the state’s youngest city grow its urban infrastructure. Beginning in January, La Pine will be a part of the university’s Sustainable City Year Program, which will bring dozens of graduate and undergraduate students to La Pine to work on projects... Read the full article here.