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  • Administrative and Communications Coordinator | Department of Computer Science | nicolacs@plu.edu | 253-535-7400

    Christine Nicolai Administrative and Communications Coordinator Phone: 253-535-7400 Email: nicolacs@plu.edu Office Location:Morken Center for Learning & Technology - Room 252 Office Hours: Mon - Fri: 8:00 am - 12:00 pm

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  • Administrative and Communications Coordinator | Department of Mathematics | nicolacs@plu.edu | 253-535-7400

    Christine Nicolai Administrative and Communications Coordinator Phone: 253-535-7400 Email: nicolacs@plu.edu Office Hours: Mon - Fri: 8:00 am - 12:00 pm

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  • Administrative and Communications Coordinator | Division of Natural Sciences | nicolacs@plu.edu | 253-535-7400

    Christine Nicolai Administrative and Communications Coordinator Phone: 253-535-7400 Email: nicolacs@plu.edu Office Location:Rieke Science Center - Room 158 Office Hours: Tu & Th: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Professional Education B.A., English, Eastern Washington University, 2006 M.F.A., Creative Writing, Eastern Washington University, 2009

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  • Professor of Psychology | Department of Psychology | hansvick@plu.edu | Academic Liaison on the board of Peace and Justice Studies, as well as teaching Peace Psychology. Faculty Director for joint PLU/Tacoma-Pierce County Chamber of Commerce Leadership program. Passion for teaching statistics/research methods, where I approach the classroom as a dynamic social environment and continually strive to create a positive, active learning environment for my students. Current research interests: (1) Cognitive complexity and openness to experience in relation to the liberal arts experience; (2) teaching and learning styles in relation to the challenges of teaching Millennials; and (3) changes in perceptions of cities over time. .

    Christine L. Hansvick Professor of Psychology Email: hansvick@plu.edu Status:Emeritus Professional Biography Education Ph.D., Social Psychology, University of Windsor (Canada), 1977 M.A., Psychology, University of Windsor, 1975 B.Sc., Business Administration, Southwestern Minnesota State University, 1971 Areas of Emphasis or Expertise Statistics and Advanced Research Methods Consumer Psychology Industrial/Organizational Psychology Psychology of Peace Accolades Alumni Achievement Award

  • Professor of Psychology | Department of Psychology | mooncm@plu.edu | Associate Professor, Dept.

    Christine M. Moon Professor of Psychology Email: mooncm@plu.edu Status:Emeritus Professional Biography Education Ph.D., Experimental Psychology, Columbia University, 1985 M.A., Experimental Psychology, Columbia University, 1983 B.A., French Literature, Whitman College, 1971 Areas of Emphasis or Expertise Development of Perception, Speech, Language, and Voices Biography Associate Professor, Dept. of Speech and Hearing Sciences; Affiliate Faculty, University of Washington, Seattle

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  • An Interview with a Student Scholarship Recipient On April 27th, PLU hosted a dinner bringing together endowed scholarship donors with the students and faculty who have directly benefited from their generosity. A highlight of the evening was an interview between Vice President for Advancement Daniel Lee and First Year student Christine Njiri. Excerpts from Dan and Christine’s conversation are below.Dan: Christine Njiri is a hopeful 2019 graduate. Christine started this fall semester, coming to

  • For the past 17 years, Christine Brandt has had the opportunity to serve and work for the Tacoma School District.  She is currently the principal at Jason Lee Middle School, a high poverty school, which was removed from Washington States low performing school priority list last year. Christine is a product of Tacoma schools and an alumni of Wilson High School (via Truman MS and Skyline Elementary). Christine will be opening an innovative school based on the continued research findings that

  • Watch PLU’s Earth Day Lecture Live! Click here for the Livestream of former Gov. Christine Gregoire’s talk, 7:30 p.m. April 22. Former Gov. Christine Gregoire to Speak at PLU for Earth Day By Barbara Clements PLU Marketing and Communications Think of Puget Sound as a…

    March 18, 2014 Watch PLU’s Earth Day Lecture Live! Click here for the Livestream of former Gov. Christine Gregoire’s talk, 7:30 p.m. April 22. Former Gov. Christine Gregoire to Speak at PLU for Earth Day By Barbara Clements PLU Marketing and Communications Think of Puget Sound as a bathtub, former Gov. Christine Gregoire advises. Then ask: Is this a tub you’d want to dip your toe in, or let your kids play in? When she talks to the Pacific Lutheran University community on April 22, Gregoire will

  • Three months before President Hu Jintao of China made his historic visit to Washington State and met with Governor Christine Gregoire in April, 2006, a group of 60 business, education, and community

    Expanding Chinese Language CapacityThree months before President Hu Jintao of China made his historic visit to Washington State and met with Governor Christine Gregoire in April, 2006, a group of 60 business, education, and community leaders and policy makers met to explore the possibility of reaching a “tipping point” for interest in expanding Chinese language capacity in the U.S. and Washington State. The group set a goal of “10% of students in Washington State learning Chinese by the year of

  • Scott graduated with a Bachelor of Musical Arts in Music (with a minor in English Literature) in 1991.

    semester he studied abroad at University College, Cork in Ireland. During this semester, he elected to study Irish fiddling instead! Today, Luke is a Ph.D. candidate in Chemistry at the University of California at Berkeley.Christine Prindle Christine Prindle Gomez graduated in 2010 with a Bachelor of Music in Education, with an emphasis on orchestra.  An avid soprano and violinist, she chose PLU due to its esteemed vocal tradition, in addition to its strong music education program.  While studying with