Briana Meier*

University of Oregon


Received Sylff fellowship in 2018.
FR: University of Oregon
TO: 4 German cities: Essen, Berlin, Silbersted, Dresden/Bautzen (host at TU Dresden)

Academic supervisor: Ted Toadvine, Nicolae Morar
Academic achievements, social engagement initiatives:
Oregon Sylff Graduate Fellowship for International Research, 2018-2019
2019 Sylff SRA
Gary E. Smith Summer Professional Development Award, 2019
American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP), May 2012
Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics Graduate Research Fellow, 2017-2018
University of Oregon Women in Graduate Sciences Travel Award, 2017
Research Travel Support, Donald and Coeta Barker Foundation, 2014-16
Sidney Lezak Fellow & Research Associate. Social Equity & Opportunity Forum, College of Urban & Public Affairs, Portland State University, 2008-9
Urban Ecology Exchange Program Participant, University of Wisconsin - Madison, 2006
Kinship Conservation Institute Fellow, Property & Environment Research Center. Bozeman, Montana, Summer 2003
Brower Legacy Leaders Fellow, The Brower Fund, Earth Island Institute, San Francisco, California. 2000
National Student Project Award for Contribution of Planning to a Contemporary Issue, American Institute of Certified Planners. April 2010 Miller Grant Sustainability Travel Award, 2010
Ernie Bonner Equity Planning Scholarship, 2009
Building Owners & Managers Association (BOMA) Scholarship, 2008 Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) Scholarship, 2008
Evergreen Community Development Association Scholarship, 2008
Regional Multiple Listing Service (RMLS) Scholarship, 2008
Opus Northwest Real Estate Scholarship, 2008
School for Field Studies Scholarship, 1998
Current affiliation: University of Oregon, Environmental Sciences, Studies, and Policy Doctoral Student

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