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Pacific Lutheran University Pacific.Lutheran.University
"I chose to study Biology and Women's and Gender Studies at PLU because I am invested in deconstructing systematic oppression that occurs through the health care system. I am passionate about the intersections of identity and its impact on how we each experience the world. My time at PLU has allowed me to gain internship opportunities, deepen my understanding of the world, and to create genuine relationships. I am so thankful for the opportunity to pursue higher education and my tribe of professors, friends, and most importantly, my family, who have supported me throughout this chapter." - Mackenzie Kinsella ‘21, Biology and Women’s and Gender Studies/Act Six Scholar #PLUgrad #PLUClassof21
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Religion and global studies double major Juliana Andrew ’21 discusses her capstone research project on a former high school for native Alaskans that later become a church camp that she—and interviewer Zach Powers ’10—frequented throughout their childhoods.
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With the warm temperature predicted for the upcoming week, Cas Hebert '23 shows you how to set up a hammock at her favorite spot on campus. Can you guess where?
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PLU alumnus and stage actor Jay Paranada ‘06 will deliver the commencement addresses at the virtual ceremonies for PLU’s classes of 2020 and 2021 on May 29.
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A native of Yemen, Abdulghani Mosa ‘23 had no idea what his future would hold when he moved to Tacoma in 2012. “Moving here, everything changed,” said Mosa, who was 12 years old when he and his family joined his father who was already living in the states. “The culture was different, school, religion ... even the houses and trees. It’s like a different world.” Continue reading --> https://www.plu.edu/news/archive/2021/04/27/act-six-abdhulghani-mosa/
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Check out the latest episode of the Nerd Farmer Podcast featuring PLU President Allan Belton and President Ivan Harrel from TCC as they discuss what higher education looks like in a post-pandemic world. Tune in here ➡️ bit.ly/revisioninghighered
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On April 29, 2021PLU was honored to host members of the Lummi Nation who are preparing to deliver a totem pole to President Biden in Washington D.C. Throughout their journey, they will be gathering hopes, prayers, and support for protecting sacred places and the natural world for generations to come.
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Religion and global studies double major Juliana Andrew ’21 discusses her capstone research project on a former high school for native Alaskans that later become a church camp that she—and interviewer Zach Powers ’10—frequented throughout their childhoods.
Pacific Lutheran University Pacific.Lutheran.University
Join us in congratulating Fulton Bryant-Anderson '23, Gracie Anderson '21, and Kristin Moniz '22 on being selected as the Summer 2021 Benson Research Fellows. In its 6th year, the Benson fellowship program gives students an excellent opportunity to pursue fascinating research topics. Learn more about each student's research: bit.ly/bensonfellowship21
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"My education at PLU has offered me a space to develop not only who I am but also what I value in my vocation. I have a strong passion for caring for kids and PLU helped give me the tools and resources to make a difference in the world. After graduation I hope to be accepted into UW’s Pediatric Nurse Practitioner program or become a bedside nurse at Marybridge Children’s Hospital." - Joey Grabowski, Nursing #PLUgrad #PLUClassof21
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If you've ever thought about pursuing a psychology degree, here are five reasons from PLU faculty and students why you should study psychology at PLU. Learn more at plu.edu/psychology
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A senior from Las Vegas, Elana Tracy is part of PLU’s international honors program and is a double major in environmental studies and global studies with a concentration in development and social justice. She was recently accepted into masters programs at the University of Washington and Columbia University. She chose UW where she will pursue a Master of Public Administration degree with an emphasis on environmental policy. #PLUgrad #PLUClassof21
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Senior Elana Tracy ‘21 has mixed feelings now that her studies at PLU are coming to an end. On the one hand, PLU allowed her to discover a passion for global studies while studying abroad in Great Britain; but on the other, she won’t miss learning in the Age of Coronavirus. “I’m now in my third semester of virtual learning,” said Tracy, who will graduate in May. ”The thing about PLU that I value the most is the accessibility of creating relationships with professors, staff members and other students. That has just really been lacking because of COVID.
Pacific Lutheran University Pacific.Lutheran.University
Chemistry Professor Dean Waldow, winner of the 2019 Lynwood W. Swanson Scientific Research Award, will deliver a virtual lecture called "Building Better Batteries: Designing Polymers for Improved Safety and Performance of Solid-state Lithium-based Batteries" on his research tomorrow, May 6 at 7 pm. This lecture will describe Dr. Waldo's undergraduate research group's synthesis and characterization of polymer materials for use in lithium-based batteries. Registration is free and open to the public: http://bit.ly/drdeanwaldow
Pacific Lutheran University Pacific.Lutheran.University
Samantha Saucedo's path was shaped from a young age as she witnessed how varying health conditions affected those closest to her. “Becoming a nurse has been the most exciting thing I’ve ever done,” She remarked. “I really did not think I would start nursing right before a pandemic, but I’ve learned a lot about adapting to change and being flexible.”
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Don't forget to register for PLU's 11th annual Jolita Hylland Benson Education Lecture featuring New York Time's best-selling author Meg Medina today, Wednesday, May 5, 5:30 pm. Registration is free and open to the public: --> https://bit.ly/3vPrsE9
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Why should you GiveBOLDLY? Check out what current student Georjina has to say. May 4-5, you can expand your impact when you GiveBOLDLY on behalf of change-making student leaders like her. Learn more and take advantage now of the matching funds available so your gift can do even more for students. --> www.plu.edu/giveboldly
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For National #TeacherAppreciationDay we revisit a conversation with 2021 Washington State Teacher of the Year, Brooke Brown '06.
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"It quickly became apparent to me that this is just like running a show." Cara Hall '20 talks about how a theater degree helped her apply logistics to coordinating an effective vaccination drive with the Tacoma Pierce County Health Department.
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Cara Hall '20 works on pandemic response logistics and event coordination for the Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department.
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On Thursday, the totem pole brought all of us to PLU, together. That was the point, or one of the points. Made by the Lummi Nation’s House of Tears Carvers, the pole represents an urgent call to protect sacred indigenous lands and waters, according to its creators. It’s also on a journey, with stops like the one made in Parkland on Thursday planned across the country in the coming months. Eventually, it will arrive in Washington D.C., where it will be presented as a gift to President Joe Biden and displayed at the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian this fall.
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Department of Theatre and Dance production
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Department of Theatre and Dance production
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Department of Theatre and Dance production
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#AttawayLutes! 🚣‍♀️

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