Access all the content from PLU’s Youtube Channel! Watch videos form our various series such as Diversity Deep Dive, Biling Lutes, Summer Warm Line, Liberal Arts Can Save the World, Alumni Perspective of the 21st Century Workplace, Mindful Mondays, and Physical Fridays.
Hosts Angie Hambrick (PLU’s Associate Vice President of Diversity, Justice and Sustainability) and Jennifer Smith (PLU’s Dean of Inclusive Excellence) discuss the PLU Community YouTube channel theme of the week.
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.”
Prism exists to celebrate the work and achievement of the Division of Humanities as well as to promote continuing education among our colleagues and constituents. Focusing on important issues of the day, Prism provides a vehicle for contemporary reflection and opinion, while lifting up the enduring values of the Liberal Arts.
COVID 19: A Global Crisis Examined: Perspectives from the Field of Emergency Medicine
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.
The annual Lutheran Studies Conference provides an opportunity for the university, the larger community, and persons from diverse religious and humanistic viewpoints to explore particular and pressing issues within the thoughtful and generous milieu of Lutheran higher education. Each conference welcomes scholars, artists, and religious leaders whose expertise is offered in an engaging and thought-provoking manner. Enjoy videos from the conferences that took place 2012 – 2019.
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.