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  • Nicolette Paso ’09 is now studying at Emory University for her master’s degree in divinity. Nicolette Paso: A journey of discovery By Barbara Clements For Nicolette Paso ’09, there was never really a choice. “I did not choose to be a religion major; religion grasped…

    September 12, 2011 Nicolette Paso ’09 is now studying at Emory University for her master’s degre

  • by Dana Bodewes, Instructional Designer    The Northwest has experienced some beautiful weather lately and the effects of spring fever are soon to appear in the classroom. It can be difficult to focus on work when sunshine and warmer temperatures are beckoning us outside! Perhaps…

    Maintaining Student Engagement Posted by: bodewedl / August 25, 2015 August 25, 2015 by Dana Bodewes, Instructional Designer    The Northwest has experienced some beautiful weather lately and the effects of spring fever are soon to appear in the classroom. It can be difficult to focus on work when sunshine and warmer temperatures are beckoning us outside! Perhaps this is a good time to consider ways to keep your students interested and engaged in class activities. Below I have listed some

  • Celebrating PLU’s Student-Athletes A breakfast on April 10 celebrated student-athletes at PLU. (Photo: PLU Athletics) April 10 breakfast highlights academic-athletic balance—and the love of the game By Tyler Scott PLU Athletics As part of the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s Division III Week, Pacific Lutheran University…

    April 10, 2014 Celebrating PLU’s Student-Athletes A breakfast on April 10 celebrated student-athletes at PLU. (Photo: PLU Athletics) April 10 breakfast highlights academic-athletic balance—and the love of the game By Tyler Scott PLU Athletics As part of the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s Division III Week, Pacific Lutheran University hosted more than 60 PLU student-athletes, coaches, faculty members and administrators for a Celebrating Our Division III Student-Athletes breakfast

  • Annual Event Celebrates PLU’s Student Leaders By Sandy Deneau Dunham PLU Marketing & Communication PLU’s annual Celebration of Leadership, held in the Anderson University Center on May 12, recognized students who live lives of thoughtful inquiry, service, leadership and care while empowering their peers to…

    May 11, 2014 Annual Event Celebrates PLU’s Student Leaders By Sandy Deneau Dunham PLU Marketing & Communication PLU’s annual Celebration of Leadership, held in the Anderson University Center on May 12, recognized students who live lives of thoughtful inquiry, service, leadership and care while empowering their peers to do the same. Through these leadership awards, Student Involvement and Leadership encourages faculty, administrators, staff and students to take time to acknowledge the

  • Take a walk through Ingram Hall on  November  13 between 10 a.m. and noon, and you’ll see scurrying student artists framing prints, attaching hanging wires and putting the final touches on their creations. Artists will be arriving at the University Gallery to submit work to…

    University Gallery Celebrates Student Work in Student Exhibition Posted by: Mandi LeCompte / November 10, 2014 November 10, 2014 Take a walk through Ingram Hall on November 13 between 10 a.m. and noon, and you’ll see scurrying student artists framing prints, attaching hanging wires and putting the final touches on their creations. Artists will be arriving at the University Gallery to submit work to the Gallery’s annual Juried Student Exhibition, which opens November 19.  Pieces will be juried

  • Here are links shared by PLU chemistry students Alice Henderson and Kalie Saathoff reflecting on their ongoing studies in Namibia this spring.  They are studying at at the University of Namibia along with 9 other PLU students.  Check out their blogs.  Alice and Kalie are…

    Namibia Student Blogs 2015! Posted by: Craig Fryhle / March 3, 2015 March 3, 2015 Here are links shared by PLU chemistry students Alice Henderson and Kalie Saathoff reflecting on their ongoing studies in Namibia this spring.  They are studying at at the University of Namibia along with 9 other PLU students.  Check out their blogs.  Alice and Kalie are having some incredible experiences!   If you want to study in Namibia next spring (2016):  Submit your application to the Wang Center by Friday

  • The WSEHA 68th Annual Educational Conference: 2020:  A Clear Vision for Environmental Health will take place April 27-29, 2020 at the Hotel Murano in Tacoma, WA.  WSEHA will again be offering one or more student scholarships. Questions?  Please visit: https://www.wseha.org/student-scholarships for instructions and the application…

    WSEHA 2020 Student Scholarships Posted by: alemanem / February 25, 2020 February 25, 2020 The WSEHA 68th Annual Educational Conference: 2020: A Clear Vision for Environmental Health will take place April 27-29, 2020 at the Hotel Murano in Tacoma, WA.  WSEHA will again be offering one or more student scholarships. Questions?  Please visit: https://www.wseha.org/student-scholarships for instructions and the application and recommendation forms. Or see the announcement-2020. The deadline for

  • The Washington State Environmental Health Association (WSEHA) is pleased to announce the availability of the 2021  Cind M. Treser Memorial Student Scholarship .  The scholarship fund will award up to  $5,000 in one or more  scholarship awards this year. The Cind M. Treser Scholarship program was instituted…

    WSEHA 2021 STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP Posted by: alemanem / April 9, 2021 April 9, 2021 The Washington State Environmental Health Association (WSEHA) is pleased to announce the availability of the 2021 Cind M. Treser Memorial Student Scholarship.  The scholarship fund will award up to $5,000 in one or more scholarship awards this year. The Cind M. Treser Scholarship program was instituted to provide recognition and a financial incentive for undergraduate students majoring in environmental health (or

  • State association recognizes student When she started her undergraduate degree at Western Washington University, Amanda Montgomery decided to major in physics. However, she quickly realized that while she liked studying electrons, fission and atomic numbers, it wasn’t what she wanted to do for the rest…

    April 4, 2008 State association recognizes student When she started her undergraduate degree at Western Washington University, Amanda Montgomery decided to major in physics. However, she quickly realized that while she liked studying electrons, fission and atomic numbers, it wasn’t what she wanted to do for the rest of her life. She discovered she liked people and changed her major to psychology. After graduating, Montgomery enrolled in PLU’s Marriage and Family Therapy master’s program, from

  • Student perspective: The Iditarod Editor’s note: PLU student Loren Liden headed up to Alaska to cover the Iditarod. The following is a reflection on her experience. The Iditarod, a 1,000-mile dogsled race across the state of Alaska, finished Sunday, March 20. A remarkable feat of…

    March 30, 2011 Student perspective: The Iditarod Editor’s note: PLU student Loren Liden headed up to Alaska to cover the Iditarod. The following is a reflection on her experience. The Iditarod, a 1,000-mile dogsled race across the state of Alaska, finished Sunday, March 20. A remarkable feat of determination, the Iditarod has become Alaska’s two-week long celebration, beginning in Anchorage and ending in Nome. Though last year I covered the ceremonial start in Anchorage, this year I covered