Urban Eyes: Planning In Context

  • Autor: Vários
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Sinopse

Welcome to an urban planning and public health podcast: Hosted by Walle B and Shreya J.We are MURP (Master's of Urban and Regional Planning) students at Portland State University, and will interview professionals, students and community members about their take on urban planning, public health and how both affect their local socioeconomic environment and community-at-large. Cover art photo provided by Filip Mroz on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@mroz

Episódios

  • Monica Rogers (S5, E4) Dancer, Bgirl, Human (Updated)

    02/01/2024 Duração: 34min

    In this episode of Urban Eyes, I sit down together with Monica Rogers A.K.A. "Bgirl ToFlow". She is a collaborative contributor to the Portland chapter of Cypher Queens PDX. With roots across Washington and Portland, she is a dedicated dancer and prolific supporter of the local Pacific Northwest dance scene. I was honored to sit down with Monica and hope you all enjoy this episode. Happy New Year everyone! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/urbaneyes/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/urbaneyes/support

  • Brad Quiseng (S5, E3) Dancer, Teacher, Locker, Island Man

    06/07/2023 Duração: 58min

    In this special episode of Urban Eyes, Walle sits down with Brad Quiseng A.K.A. 'SoulArch'. He is an established dancer in the style of locking. Therefore, we call him a "locker". He has hosted events, taught workshops / classes, judged events, and won several dance competitions throughout the Pacific Northwest region of North America. He is really big on community and was excited to share about his life's journey with dance on our podcast. We were so honored to have him, and hope you all enjoy this episode too! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/urbaneyes/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/urbaneyes/support

  • Papi Ada (S5,E2) Dancer, House Leader, Father Figure, Local Hero

    05/06/2023 Duração: 38min

    In this episode of Urban Eyes, Walle sits down with Daniel Giron, A.K.A 'Papi Ada' of the House of Ada. They are an established performer, battle dancer, and event organizer. They lead the House of Ada, and help support the local ballroom scene around Portland. Together we talk about the Papi behind the Ada to better understand one of the pillars of Portland's underground dance community. This episode was really fun to host, so I hope you all enjoy listening - Walle. Notes for this episode: This episode was recorded in the Vancouver Public Library (Thank you) Season 5 is dedicated to interviewing impactful individuals throughout the Portland and Washington Dance Communities. UrbanEyesPDX.com is the correct URL for our website. (Walleplans.com, ClimatePDX.com, PlanningPDX.com or EquityPDX.com also work) As always, Thank you for tuning in today. We hope that you enjoy today’s episode of the podcast! You can support Urban Eyes by following our support link.Please subscribe if you enjoy the c

  • Juju Niks (S5,E1) Dancer, Community Leader, Teacher, Human

    25/12/2022 Duração: 26min

    In this episode of Urban Eyes, Walle sits down with Juju Niks. Juju is an accomplished dancer, prolific teacher, successful event organizer and pillar of Portland's underground dance community. Together, we talk about Juju's back story, balancing dance with other priorities, and her goals for the future.  Notes for this episode: This episode was recorded in the Vancouver Public Library (Thank you) Season 5 is dedicated to interviewing impactful individuals throughout the Portland and Washington Dance Communities. UrbanEyesPDX.com is the correct URL for our website. (Walleplans.com, ClimatePDX.com, PlanningPDX.com or EquityPDX.com also work) As always, Thank you for tuning in today. We hope that you enjoy today’s episode of the podcast! You can support Urban Eyes by following our support link. Please subscribe if you enjoy the content and wish to see more episodes, more frequently --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/urbaneyes/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/urb

  • Vincent Brown (S4, E2) IT Consultant, Father

    22/12/2022 Duração: 14min

    In this special, meta episode of Urban Eyes, Walle Brown speaks with Vincent Brown,  an accomplished IT consultant who has traveled the world and supported global implementation of SAP. Vincent reflects on the story of his life, from his humble beginnings to his accomplished careers.  We hope you enjoy this episode. - Walle Notes for this episode: Sorry about the audio quality. This episode was taken on vacation. ^_^ Season 4 is not in chronological order. Season 4 will be the season where I share episodes related to family. As always, Thank you for tuning in today. We hope that you enjoy today’s episode of the podcast! You can support Urban Eyes by following our support link. Please subscribe if you enjoy the content and wish to see more episodes, more frequently --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/urbaneyes/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/urbaneyes/support

  • Kimberly Brown (S4 E1) CPA, Mom, Fan, Hero

    16/05/2022 Duração: 31min

    In this very special episode of Urban Eyes, we speak with Kimberly Brown, an Atlanta-based CPA who has an extensive experience with non-profit, governmental, and public accounting/finance. She reflects on her life and accomplished career while also leaving nuggets of knowledge for the next generation.  We hope you enjoy this episode. - Walle  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/urbaneyes/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/urbaneyes/support

  • Michelle Depasse (S3 Ep5) Portland Public Schools Board Chair

    19/09/2021 Duração: 33min

    Michelle DePasse. Portland Public Schools Chair. Mother. Great Person. Anti-Racist Warrior. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/urbaneyes/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/urbaneyes/support

  • Megan Horst (S3 Ep6): Professor of Portland State University

    19/09/2021 Duração: 41min

    Megan Horst is a Professor of Urban Planning at Portland State University. Some topics within the realm of her expertise are food systems, community engagement, and applied planning methods. Join us as we dive deeper into the world of planning. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/urbaneyes/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/urbaneyes/support

  • Sachi Arakawa (S3 Ep4): President @Mapping Action Collective / GIS Analyst, Urban Planner, & Senior Associate @ Cascadia Partners

    01/07/2021 Duração: 01h19min

    Sachi Arakawa is a women of many hats and talents. She is the President of the Portland local community-focused non-profit Mapping Action Collective and a GIS Analyst, Urban Planner, & Senior Associate at the private planning firm Cascadia Partners. Sachi intricately weaves her skills of leadership, data analysis, and mapping to orchestrate phenomenal community-focused projects through MAC. We are both friends and colleagues. Together with the larger MAC team, we work to help make data accessible to community members. In this episode, we discuss planning, mapping, community, local economy, and the "G" word.....Gentrification. Altogether, we really just talk with people and build maps as a team to help people navigate the world - and ultimately make it a better place! This episode was very special and enjoyable to put together and release. It is hilarious to me that this is dropping after Victor's episode, because we all hang.  Anyway, I hope you enjoy it. Thanks for coming. Questions, concerns

  • Victor Tran (S3 Ep3): Urban Planner | Senior Associate @ Cascadia Partners

    10/06/2021 Duração: 01h09min

    Victor Tran is an Urban Planner and Urban Designer who is based in Portland Oregon. Currently an Associate of Cascadia Partners, Victor mixes Canadian roots with Portland boots to empathetically address challenges of design, zoning, and coordination at-scale to his clients..... We are also the very best of friends. In this episode, we discuss the state and philosophy of planning from our combined perspective. We try to identify the essence of planning - as art, discipline, social contribution, and environmental necessity, in order to theorize and strategize how planning - and planners, may help solve the problems of the world. This episode was very special and enjoyable to put together and release. I hope you enjoy it. As always, Thank you for tuning in today. We hope that you enjoy today’s episode of the podcast! You can support Urban Eyes by following our support link. Please subscribe if you enjoy the content and wish to see more episodes, more frequently. --- Send in a voice message: https://anc

  • Anita Yap (S3 Ep2) Principal and Founder, MultiCultural Collaborative Principal AYap & Associates, LLC

    05/06/2021 Duração: 01h17min

    Anita Yap is an Urban Planner, Strategy Specialist, Equity Advocate, and BIPOC-focused Career Coach. She has had an eclectic, impactful, and far reaching career across public agencies across Oregon. From the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ), to the Public Health Department, to the Bureau of Planning & Sustainability, and so much more, Anita has fostered a unique career and shares a few of her experiences in this episode.  As always, Thank you for tuning in today. We hope that you enjoy today’s episode of the podcast! You can support Urban Eyes by following our support link. Please subscribe if you enjoy the content and wish to see more episodes, more frequently. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/urbaneyes/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/urbaneyes/support

  • Ashton Simpson (S2 Ep6) Executive Director of Oregon Walks

    28/05/2021 Duração: 01h17min

    Ashton Simpson is the current Executive Director of Oregon Walks. He is an equity-focused avid walker and policy agitator. His focus on safety integrates with his passion for community to direct his moral compass toward justice and service for all.  In this episode, Ashton and Walle discuss: local pedestrian infrastructure, Black history in Urban Spaces, and the future of walkability in Portland, Oregon. Special topics include: 82nd Avenue, Emergency management / planning, and children.  This was a special episode for me to produce, so I hope all listeners enjoy it.  As always, Thank you for tuning in today. We hope that you enjoy today’s episode of the podcast! You can support Urban Eyes by following our support link. Please subscribe if you enjoy the content and wish to see more episodes, more frequently. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/urbaneyes/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/urbaneyes/support

  • Vicious Teknique (S3 Ep1) Rapper, Trained Engineer, CEO of Conundrum Records, & Poseidon Holdings

    28/05/2021 Duração: 01h03min

    Vicious Teknique is a musical artist, entrepreneur, inventor, and trained engineer who represents Florida. He is currently a man of many hats and talents. In this episode, Vicious Teknique and Walle talk together about the intersections of engineering and planning, VT's inspiration and path into music, and the future of energy (lightly).  As always, Thank you for tuning in today. We hope that you enjoy today’s episode of the podcast! You can support Urban Eyes by following our support link.  Please subscribe if you enjoy the content and wish to see more episodes, more frequently. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/urbaneyes/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/urbaneyes/support

  • J'reyesha "Jay" Brannon (S2 Ep5) Engineer, Philanthropist, NAACP Environmental Justice Committee Chair

    26/03/2021 Duração: 35min

    J'reyesha (Jay) Brannon is a renaissance woman of many talents and even more hats. Engineer by day and philanthropist by night, Jay fights injustice - in its many forms, across multiple environments. She has had an illustrious career as an engineer and project manager, while also actively funding and supporting the next generation of engineers through sponsoring her own scholarship. A true advocate for equity, justice, and meaningful civic involvement, today Jay talks about her life experiences, academic track, recent professional roles, and future aspirations.  We at Urban Eyes sincerely hope you enjoy this episode. As always, Thank you for tuning in today. We hope that you enjoy today’s episode of the podcast! You can support Urban Eyes by following our support link. Please subscribe if you enjoy the content and wish to see more episodes, more frequently. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/urbaneyes/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/urbaneyes/support

  • Fabiola Casas (S2 Ep4) Financial Assistance Program Specialist, City of Portland Water Bureau

    18/03/2021 Duração: 27min

    Fabiola is a seasoned and blossoming public servant who has an eclectic background that spans Gresham (East County), Seattle, Togo (Africa), New York City (the city of her heart), Portland, Chicago, London, and beyond. She has served the Portland Public School System, Youth Programming in the UK, and currently serves the communities of Portland. In this episode, she reflects on her experience and describes how her role fits in the greater mosaic that is public service in the City of Portland. Please Enjoy. As always, Thank you for tuning in today. We hope that you enjoy today’s episode of the podcast! You can support Urban Eyes by following our support link. Please subscribe if you enjoy the content and wish to see more episodes, more frequently. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/urbaneyes/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/urbaneyes/support

  • Daisy Schonder (S2 Ep3) Aspiring Urban Planner, Undergraduate Student at Whitman College

    09/03/2021 Duração: 01h08min

    Daisy Schonder is an aspiring urban planner currently studying at Whitman College and a fan of Urban Eyes. She represents Walla Walla, Washington and is steadily growing into the Urban Planning field. In this episode of Urban Eyes, Daisy and Walle talk together about local transportation, getting into the field of planning, and the intersections between local infrastructure, theory, and people.  This episode is very special because it is the first time Urban Eyes is interviewing an aspiring planner who is not yet in post-graduate program. A commitment to supporting the next generation of planners is a part of the founding mission of Urban Eyes and the aspirations to achieve a more diverse and inclusive planning field within the United States and across the world. As always, Thank you for tuning in today. We hope that you enjoy today’s episode of the podcast! You can support Urban Eyes by following our support link. Please subscribe if you enjoy the content and wish to see more episodes, more frequently.

  • Walle Brown (S2 Ep2) Urban Planner, Economic Prosperity Director at Unite Oregon

    03/01/2021 Duração: 37min

    In this episode, Walle Brown, host of Urban Eyes gets interviewed by Shreya Jain. We discuss community engagement, urban and transportation planning, and how Walle became inspired to become a planner.  We hope that you enjoy today's episode of the podcast! As always, Thank you for tuning in today. We hope that you enjoy today’s episode of the podcast! You can support Urban Eyes by following our support link. Please subscribe if you enjoy the content and wish to see more episodes, more frequently. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/urbaneyes/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/urbaneyes/support

  • Dr. Kate Maloney (S2 Ep 1) Professional Engineer, Math Professor at GA Tech, High School Math Teacher at Wheeler High

    09/12/2020 Duração: 34min

    Welcome back to Urban Eyes: Quarantine Edition. Today's special guest is Dr. Kate Maloney. An established Engineer, College Professor, and High School Math Teacher. She was actually my Math teacher back in my high school days, so this episode is very special to me.  Come listen as we explore concepts of Urban and Regional Planning from an intersectional and interdisciplinary lens. We hope that you enjoy today's episode of the podcast! As always, Thank you for tuning in today. We hope that you enjoy today’s episode of the podcast! You can support Urban Eyes by following our support link. Please subscribe if you enjoy the content and wish to see more episodes, more frequently. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/urbaneyes/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/urbaneyes/support

  • Tom Kloster ( S1 Ep 8 ) Regional Planning Manager - METRO Regional Government

    15/12/2019 Duração: 25min

    In this episode, I sit down with Regional Planning Manager Tom Kloster to discuss how Transportation Planning interconnects with Public Health. We hope that you enjoy today's episode of the podcast! As always, Thank you for tuning in today. We hope that you enjoy today’s episode of the podcast! You can support Urban Eyes by following our support link. Please subscribe if you enjoy the content and wish to see more episodes, more frequently. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/urbaneyes/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/urbaneyes/support

  • Dr. Masami Nishishiba (S1, Ep 7) Professor of Public Administration at Portland State University

    09/04/2019 Duração: 11min

    Today’s guest is Professor Masami Nishishiba, who teaches Public Administration at Portland State University. We hope that you enjoy today's episode of the podcast! As always, Thank you for tuning in today. We hope that you enjoy today’s episode of the podcast! You can support Urban Eyes by following our support link. Please subscribe if you enjoy the content and wish to see more episodes, more frequently. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/urbaneyes/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/urbaneyes/support

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