In recent years, many universities have expanded their digital collections to include the scholarly works and other unique resources that define their institutions. Portland State University's Digital Repository serves this important function by collecting dissertations and theses, faculty scholarship, and student publications. Currently, the faculty collection contains over 250 items, ranging from scientific papers on radiation to the history of urban planning in and around Portland. One particularly interesting document is the set of summary remarks on the history of planning in Portland by Ethan Seltzer. Moving on, there are over 330 documents in the dissertations and theses area that can be searched by title, author name, and date. The site is rounded out by a collection of issues of the student literary journal, "Pathos."
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