r Collin Geoffrey ’18 created this behind the scenes film documenting his 2 year experience involved with PLU’s Mast TV helping to produce the two time NW Emmy nominated PLU parody talk show “Late Knight.”
Featuring two PLU alumni, Dr. Brian Beerbower (’10) and Dr. Nathan Schlicher (’00), both ER physicians in the Puget Sound area. The panel was developed as a collaboration with PLU’s Wild Hope Center for Vocation and is moderated by Dr. Sergia Hay, Associate Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Center.
This year’s Lutheran Studies Conference will focus on finding love and hope in the wake of the pandemic and will address the various forms of trauma and loss we continue to face. Mortality, anxiety, illness and grief are near and we struggle to piece life together in a new way.
Noted academics, activists and practitioners whose life’s work engages polarization — within and across disciplines, traditions, communities and peoples — will gather at Pacific Lutheran University on March 5-6 for the 9th Biennial Wang Center Symposium, “Disarming Polarization: Navigating Conflict and Difference.”
The 2020 lecture brought Willliam Foege, B.A. (’57), M.D., M.P.H. back to Pacific Lutheran University. Dr. Foege is best known for his leading role in the effort to eradicate smallpox, but he was also key to the fight to eliminate Guinea worm disease, polio, measles and river blindness.