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PLU How to Search for Foundation Scholarships

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Funding for graduate and doctoral studies

In collaboration with UW Tacoma, PLU students will have access to the Foundation Center database. We will learn how to search for foundation scholarships that can provide funding for graduate and doctoral studies.

Tuesday, Nov. 12th 7:00-8:00pm Morken 203 Presented by Anna Salyer, Community Outreach Librarian, UW Tacoma

Pacific Lutheran University | PLU Graduate Institute Lecture Series Sign-up at and click on “Lecture Series�

Think Well, Learn Well: Transforming Good Students into Great Learners Are you frustrated by studying hard but still earning disappointing grades on your exams? This free, 3-part workshop will show you how to deepen your thinking as you are learning, so your learning outcomes match the levels of thinking required to succeed on your exams.  We will discuss factors contributing to disappointing performance.  We will review the salient lessons from Dr. Stephen Chew’s Oct 9 presentation, “How to Study Long and Hard and Still Fail.”  We will focus on and practice extensively the skill of setting metacognitive learning goals that trigger more effective thinking and deeper learning needed for excellent performance in your classes.  Finally, we will look at a textbook navigation technique that applies metacognitive learning goals specifically to your textbooks. This workshop series takes place on three Tuesday evenings this November: the 12th, 19th, and 26th, from 7:00-8:00 pm in Admin 212. It is limited to 15 participants. We ask that you commit to attending all three sessions. If you are interested, please contact Leslie Foley to register. 253-535-7520

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Panel Two: What do I do with My Degree? This panel will include alumni who majored in the Social Sciences and employers who talk about why they value graduates in these areas.

Thursday, November 14th, 2013 Panel 1: 6:00-7:00pm Panel 2: 7:00-8:00pm Hors d’oeuvres & Mingling: 8:00-8:30pm Xavier 201

Co-sponsored by Career Connections and the Graduate Institute Lecture Series Sign-up at and click on “Lecture Series” | (253) 535-8570

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Look for your e-mail invitation starting November 8th

All participants will be entered to win $50 in LuteBucks. Ten chances to win!

Questions? Student Life Office Admin 105 253-535-7191

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SPANISH CONVERSATION TABLE Beginning Monday, November 11, the AAC tutor-facilitated Spanish Conversation table is making the following changes: • NEW MEETING DAY AND TIME: Monday, 7:00-8:00pm (same location in Hong LCR) • ONE HOUR ONLY • FIRST HALF HOUR for more BEGINNING learners • SECOND HALF HOUR for more ADVANCED learners Come and enjoy the opportunity to practice your Spanish in a relaxed setting! Academic Assistance Center Library 124 253-535-7518

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is an emotionally packed documentary that examines the stories of women incarcerated for killing an abusive husband. Yet, despite prison walls, these women have learned from their past and advocate for a future free from domestic violence.

TUESDAY, NOV 12th AT 7 PM SCANDINAVIAN CULTURAL CENTER PACIFIC LUTHERAN UNIVERSITY Hosted by Voices Against Violence, the Men's Project and the Department of Sociology.

Screening & conversation with survivor, Brenda Clubine, who is featured in the film. For more information go to

Hunger Games: Catching Fire Premier @11:30pm Nov. 21st at Lakewood Regal Cinema.

Tickets $11 at concierge, on sale Nov 12. Sponsored by ASPLU

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