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Master
Health Care

CHAOS

A Master of Science in Nursing degree from Pacific Lutheran University will help you gain the needed skills for today's fast-changing health care environment and advance your competencies in providing collaborative health care. We offer preparation for the roles of Care Manager (Health Systems or Client Sytems) and Nurse Practitioner (Gerontology, Women's Healthcare or Family).

At Pacific Lutheran University, you will find a faculty who respect your clinical experience and classroom contributions. We understand the sacrifices you make to juggle career, family and school to meet your goals. PLU's established graduate program in nursing offers flexible scheduling, evening classes, financial aid and professionals eager to help you master health care chaos!

206/535-8872
nursing@plu.edu
Summer Institute
of Theology

Transformational
Leadership

The Role of Spirituality and Theological Reflection

July 13-17, 1997
Pacific Lutheran University
Tacoma, Washington

There is a renewed interest in spirituality. Many say that the church is in the process of transformation and rebirth. What kind of leaders will the church need for a new century? What is spiritual direction? What is Lutheran spirituality? Pastors and lay leaders are invited to explore different spiritual traditions and to reclaim the ancient art of theological reflection.

F A C U L T Y
Patricia Killen, Professor of Religion, Pacific Lutheran University
Susan Nachtigal, Professor of Education and Spirituality, Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary, Berkeley
Michael Foss, Sr. Pastor, Prince of Peace, Burnsville, MN
Allan Sager, Director of Contextual Education, Trinity Seminary, Columbus, Ohio

$180 tuition (includes $25 registration fee) for week long course. Room and board on campus available. For more information, contact Dr. Richard W. Rouse, Director, Office of Church Relations, Pacific Lutheran University, Tacoma, WA 98447. Phone: 206/535-7423. Fax: 206/535-8733.

GEM scholarships offered by Lutheran Educational Network and Support (LENS). Sponsored in part with a grant from AAL.

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MANAGING EDITOR
Paul Porter

SENIOR EDITOR
Janet Prichard

ART DIRECTOR
Dean Driskell

PHOTOGRAPHER
Chris Tumbusch

CLASS NOTES EDITOR
Linda Satterlee

SPORTS EDITOR
Nick Dawson

EDITORIAL ASSISTANT
Katie Monsen '96

INTERN
Kai Nelson '96

ADVISORY BOARD
Loren Anderson
Jan Brazzell
Dana Endicott '92
Lauralee Hagen '75
Richard Londgren '59
Laura Majovski
Jeff Rounce '85
Cliff Rowe
Dan Voelpel '83


Office of Alumni and Parent Relations
1-800-ALUM-PLU
E-mail: alumni@plu.edu

Letters to the Editor
Your letters are welcome and should be addressed to Pacific Lutheran Scene Editor, PLU, Tacoma, Wash., 98447, faxed to 206-535-8331, or e-mailed to scene@plu.edu. Letters may be edited for clarity and length.


STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP
Publication Name: Pacific Lutheran Scene
Issue Date for Circulation Data: Spring 1997

Date: March, 7 1997

Non-discriminatory policy as to students
Pacific Lutheran University admits students of any race, color, sex, and national ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded to or made available to students of the university. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, or national or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs and athletic an other school-administered programs.

NOTE:
Pacific Lutheran University, as with the rest of Pierce County, will soon have a new area code. On April 27, the area code will change to 253; all toll-free phone numbers will remain the same.

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Source: Pacific Lutheran Scene, Spring 1997
Edited by: Janet Prichard, Senior Editor (prichajd@plu.edu)
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