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At PSU, we recognize that people with different backgrounds, interests, and friendship groups must get along with each other. In fact, we have a Professional Standards of Conduct policy that outlines the University expectations related to how we interact with one another. We also know that our work environment is very dynamic, covering many overarching priorities and programs in teaching and research. Like most organizations our priorities shift, goals are added and/or modified, and we experience change as we continue our efforts toward fulfilling our mission to enhance the intellectual, social, cultural and economic qualities ...
Victor Pierce lost a good-paying job as a welder at Freightliner, � now called Daimler Trucks North America, slipping from the � �middle class to just barely hanging on. Portland’s middle class is shrinking, and Victor Pierce is Exhibit A. Not long ago, Pierce was living the American Dream. He earned $24 an hour as a welder at Freightliner’s Swan Island truck plant, and his wife drove a TriMet bus. They earned good pension and health benefits and a combined $90,000 — enough to buy a house near the Kennedy School in Northeast Portland. “We arrived to a place where ... Read More
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