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  • Amber Matteson, PLU Senior Psychology, Physics Double Major and Psi Chi Vice President recently taught herself the R statistics program while serving as a Teaching Apprentice to help PLU Psychology learn R better. This January, she was the sole instructor for a three-part workshop that…

    PLU Psychology student/faculty collaboration Posted by: Marcom Web Team / January 31, 2020 January 31, 2020 By Jon GraheProfessor, Dept. of PsychologyAmber Matteson, PLU Senior Psychology, Physics Double Major and Psi Chi Vice President recently taught herself the R statistics program while serving as a Teaching Apprentice to help PLU Psychology learn R better. This January, she was the sole instructor for a three-part workshop that led four faculty (shown here) through a series of lessons she

  • Amber Matteson, PLU Senior Psychology, Physics Double Major and Psi Chi Vice President recently taught herself the R statistics program while serving as a Teaching Apprentice to help PLU Psychology learn R better. This January, she was the sole instructor for a three-part workshop that…

    PLU Psychology student/faculty collaboration Posted by: shimkojm / January 31, 2020 January 31, 2020 By Jon GraheProfessor, Dept. of PsychologyAmber Matteson, PLU Senior Psychology, Physics Double Major and Psi Chi Vice President recently taught herself the R statistics program while serving as a Teaching Apprentice to help PLU Psychology learn R better. This January, she was the sole instructor for a three-part workshop that led four faculty (shown here) through a series of lessons she

  • PLU’s Choir of the West and KammerMusikere Orchestra toured Germany and France this past summer with great success. The two groups – sometimes playing together, other times apart – performed numerous concerts at beautiful locations such as the Cathedral at Chartres and the Luxembourg Gardens…

    Student Musicians Charm European Audiences Posted by: Mandi LeCompte / September 21, 2011 September 21, 2011 PLU’s Choir of the West and KammerMusikere Orchestra toured Germany and France this past summer with great success. The two groups – sometimes playing together, other times apart – performed numerous concerts at beautiful locations such as the Cathedral at Chartres and the Luxembourg Gardens in Paris. In addition, the Choir of the West made a special stop at the Harmonie Festival in

  • The University Gallery opens its fall semester’s final show with the annual  Juried Student Exhibition  on Wednesday, November 14, 2012, with a reception that night from 5 to 7 p.m. Works will be on display until December 12, 2012. The reception is open to the…

    Juried Student Exhibition shows PLU talent Posted by: Mandi LeCompte / November 20, 2012 November 20, 2012 The University Gallery opens its fall semester’s final show with the annual Juried Student Exhibition on Wednesday, November 14, 2012, with a reception that night from 5 to 7 p.m. Works will be on display until December 12, 2012. The reception is open to the university community, as well as the general public. Students not only compete to be featured in the show but also for monetary prize

  • Despite the challenges and uncertainty of life during the pandemic, PLU student Gurjot Kang ’21 is finding ways to build her skills and improve the community through her internship with Tacoma Housing Authority. Kang—a communication and political science double major from Auburn, Washington—was connected with…

    PLU Student Continues Internship Despite Pandemic Gurjot Kang ‘21 grows her skills and makes an impact as a Tacoma Housing Authority intern Posted by: vcraker / March 25, 2021 Image: Gurjot Kang tabling for the Tacoma housing authority at a community event March 25, 2021 By By Rosemary Bennett '21PLU Marketing and CommunicationsDespite the challenges and uncertainty of life during the pandemic, PLU student Gurjot Kang ’21 is finding ways to build her skills and improve the community through her

  • Last week, student artists at PLU turned in their two dimensional and three dimensional artworks for inclusion in the Juried Student Art Exhibit. This yearly event happens each fall and focuses on recent work by talented students in any discipline. The juried exhibit is open…

    PLU Student Artists Bound to Impress Posted by: Reesa Nelson / November 11, 2019 November 11, 2019 Last week, student artists at PLU turned in their two dimensional and three dimensional artworks for inclusion in the Juried Student Art Exhibit. This yearly event happens each fall and focuses on recent work by talented students in any discipline. The juried exhibit is open to any PLU student though typically Art & Design majors and minors have the largest share of representation. This year

  • By Dana Bodewes, Instructional Designer Living in the age of digital communication, email inboxes can demand the time and attention of many professionals. While there is no perfect remedy to managing email, one strategy faculty may consider is using an online forum for answering general…

    Managing Student Email with Discussion Forums Posted by: bodewedl / February 22, 2016 February 22, 2016 By Dana Bodewes, Instructional Designer Living in the age of digital communication, email inboxes can demand the time and attention of many professionals. While there is no perfect remedy to managing email, one strategy faculty may consider is using an online forum for answering general student questions. The strategy is fairly simple: in your Sakai course site, use the Forums tool to create

  • by Tom Smith, Associate Professor and Chair, Theatre & Dance When I first began teaching my Auditions class a decade ago, standard professional theatre auditions were held in-person in the theatre that was casting.  Actors wishing to audition for theatres in other states were expected…

    Using Simple Technologies to Inspire Student Posted by: bodewedl / March 15, 2019 March 15, 2019 by Tom Smith, Associate Professor and Chair, Theatre & Dance When I first began teaching my Auditions class a decade ago, standard professional theatre auditions were held in-person in the theatre that was casting.  Actors wishing to audition for theatres in other states were expected to fly in and put themselves up (on their dime) and wait in line with other hopefuls, sometimes for days, in hopes

  • APO, Vpstart Crow support student directors The recent influx of students into PLU’s theater program has caused some growing pains. The department only produces a limited number of shows each year. With more students in the program, there are fewer opportunities for everyone to act,…

    January 18, 2008 APO, Vpstart Crow support student directors The recent influx of students into PLU’s theater program has caused some growing pains. The department only produces a limited number of shows each year. With more students in the program, there are fewer opportunities for everyone to act, design and build sets, create costumes and get their shot at directing, explained senior theater student Julie Wolfson. “The problem comes in that there are more graduating seniors who need

  • Transfer students bring wealth of experience Jake Taylor’s college career began a bit differently – he started at another four-year college, Evergreen State College. He decided he wasn’t that wasn’t the best place for him, so he decided to take the long road, taking courses…

    August 14, 2008 Transfer students bring wealth of experience Jake Taylor’s college career began a