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Jessie Klauder finds a swimming regimen that treats the whole student By Nick Dawson Jessie Klauder ’11 made the decision a year ago. During J-Term of her senior year, Klauder would participate in the School of Nursing’s first study away program in China, where she…
being an athlete?For Klauder, there was little hesitation. Growing up in Klamath Falls, Ore., Klauder learned early from her parents, John and Christine, to work hard in both the classroom and in athletic endeavors. But “school always overrode swimming.” Good grades, her parents told her, will get you to college. And good college grades, Klauder knew, would get her into nursing school. She has taken that to heart, earning Dean’s List recognition during each of her semesters at PLU and entering her
Associate Professor of Biology Jacob Egge works with students during a summer semester research project. (Photo by PLU Photographer John Froschauer) Faculty-Student Research Provides a Cornerstone of the PLU Mission By Pacific Lutheran University Marketing & Communications and the Office of the Provost This year’s…
violence against low cultural capital individuals. This process reminds “rednecks” that they are a valid target of mockery and are at the bottom of the social class hierarchy. Christine Moon, Ph.D., and Katrina Graven Department of Psychology The Power of Teaching Your Fetus Severtson Fellowship In this paper we explore the concept of teaching your fetus and assess the validity of various popular claims regarding the effectiveness of prenatal learning systems, and types of talk utilized during
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