Stephen Percy, currently dean of the College of Urban & Public Affairs and a professor of political science, will serve as interim president until the Board of Trustees selects a permanent leader. Percy, 66, has led the College of Urban & Public Affairs since he joined PSU in 2014, coming to Portland from the University of Balti更多, where he was founding dean of the College of Public Affairs and a professor of public and international affairs.
六本书和一本教材的合着者，珀西还担任威斯康星 - 密尔沃基大学的管理员，教员和弗吉尼亚大学。他获得了学士学位，在政府毕业于汉密尔顿学院和博士学位。在美国印第安纳大学政治学。
At Portland State, Percy headed the campus-wide strategic planning effort that resulted in priorities and goals for PSU from 2016-2020. As a dean, Percy has worked to expand academic programs and student enrollment and advanced a diverse set of centers and institutes that promote civic engagement, support community problem solving, and advance community and regional planning, The College of Urban and Public Affairs includes the Mark O. Hatfield School of Government, the Nohad A. Toulan School of Urban Studies and Urban Planning, and the Departments of Economics and International & Global Affairs.