University of Oregon

Community Service Center

CSC Faculty & Staff

Faculty and Staff  

Josh Bruce AICP
OPDR Director


Aniko Drlik-Muehleck
Project Coordinator


Julie Foster
CSC Grants Administrator


Michael Howard AICP, CFM
Assistant Program Director


Robert Parker AICP
CSC Director, CPW Program Director, PPPM Teaching Faculty


Megan Smith
CSC Director, RARE Program Director


Bethany Steiner
CPW Associate Program Director, PPPM Teaching Faculty


Titus Tomlinson
RARE Program Coordinator


GTF Research Assistants    

Kyle Collins
Project Manager

Kyle is a second-year Masters of Community and Regional Planning student focusing on natural resource policy, natural hazards, and environmental planning. He is originally from Milledgeville, GA and holds a B.F.A. in Visual Arts and Graphic Design from the University of Georgia. Additionally, he holds a Graduate Certificate in Sustainability from the University of Oregon. Kyle’s interests include green infrastructure, water resource policy, community development, and disaster resiliency. He is excited to be leading a team preparing a Parks and Recreation plan for the city of Cave Junction in southern Oregon.

Sadie DiNatale
Project Manager

Sadie is a Community and Regional Planning graduate student interested in housing development and policy as well as issues around homelessness. She has experience in both the public and non-profit sector and is excited to develop her skills as a project manager. Previously from Green Bay, Wisconsin, Sadie is happy to be in Oregon and motivated to work toward understanding Oregonian’s perceptions of livability with her team.

Ethan Lockwood
Project Manager

Ethan is a second-year Masters of Community and Regional Planning student concentrating on land management at the wildland urban interface. He grew up in Laramie WY, where he ran, hiked, skied, and camped throughout the state as his parents instilled in him a strong social justice and land ethic. He earned his BA at Cal Poly where he studied Liberal Arts and Engineering Technologies focusing on appropriate technology and sustainable environments. Ethan enjoyed his stint on the sunny Central Coast of CA, but is glad to be back near snowy mountains and real seasons. He is excited to be leading a collaborative effort including local, state, and federal agencies to expand the use of Green Infrastructure and Low Impact Development in Ashland, OR.

Andrew Martin
Project Manager

Andrew is a second year Community and Regional Planning graduate student. He holds a B.A. in History from Allegheny College, but decided to pursue a degree in planning after becoming fascinated with transportation systems while living in Philadelphia. His interests include sustainable, active transportation, public transit, and how these interact with land use patterns. In his free time you can find him bicycle touring, skiing, or exploring the mountains around Oregon.

Tarik Rawlings
Project Manager

Tarik is a second-year Master of Community and Regional Planning graduate student focusing on environmental planning and natural hazard mitigation. Originally from Whitefish, Montana, Tarik previously studied Recreation Resource Management at the University of Montana. He is excited to be involved with natural hazard mitigation planning in Jackson and Josephine counties as part of the CSC team.

Ethan Stuckmayer
Project Manager

Ethan is a second-year Master of Community and Regional Planning graduate student concentrating in Growth Management and Housing Policy. Originally from Minneapolis, Minnesota, he earned his Bachelor's in Urban Studies from the University of Minnesota. He moved to Salem, Oregon in 2014 to participate in the Resource Assistance for Rural Environments (RARE) Americorps Program. Ethan is excited to expand his management skills while leading projects monitoring parking and travel behavior around Matthew Knight Arena and in the South Willamette corridor.

Student Assistant 

Joseph Pho
CSC Office Assistant

Joseph is a senior majoring in Human Physiology. In his spare time, Joseph participates in UO related club events such as UO’s ASKLEPIADS Pre-Med Club, participating in intramural sports with his friends, and volunteering every Friday night at FOOD for Lane County. Once he has completed his Bachelor’s degree, Joseph plans to enroll in graduate school in order to earn his Doctorate in Physical Therapy in hopes of one day opening up his own practice.