WANT TO LIVE IN SOUTH HALL? Applications due February 19, 2014, 8:00am (PST) APARTMENTS
STUDIOS, 1 BEDROOM LOFTS 2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS 2 BEDROOM TOWNHOUSES 4 BEDROOM APARTMENTS 5 BEDROOM TOWNHOUSE
STUDENTS WITH JUNIOR STANDING OR WHO ARE 20 YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER, ON OR BEFORE SEPTEMBER 1, 2014, OR ARE MARRIED/DOMESTIC PARTNERED.
FULL PRIVATE KITCHENS PRIVATE BATHROOOMS INDIVIDUAL BEDROOMS CO-ED APARTMENTS AND MORE!
GREAT FOR STUDENTS WHO TRANSFER WITH 60 CREDITS OR MORE!
2014 Parkland Staycation Join us for the second annual Parkland Staycation Alternative Spring Break! This experience is designed to introduce students to the Parkland community. During this service-oriented 6-day alternative Spring Break focused on food issues in the community, students will venture into Parkland without having to go away for the break. Students will stay on campus for the break; however during the day we will meet community members at community meals, schools, farms, and food banks. This year, we have a day reserved for just exploring Parkland and what it has to offer, which promises to be an adventure.
Some adventures to look forward to: Preparing and participating in community dinners Working with students at James Sales Elementary Gardening at the Trinity Lutheran Community Garden and L’arche Tahoma Hope Contributing to the EFN and Parkland First Baptist Church Food Bank Bowling, scavenger hunts, and more!
Sign up online at www.plu.edu/service by March 7th!
Please contact Tommy Flanagan at email@example.com with questions you have about this opportunity.
Looking for a great job? Assessment Intern:
Searching for a psychology or sociology major with Excel and SPSS experience to assess student programs and services by reviewing data, summarizing findings, and assisting in writing reports for programs. Must have completed either Methods and/or Statistics by time of application.
Explore! Student Coordinator:
SIL is hiring!
Seeking a motivated leader with advertising, PR, and/or graphic design experience to help plan, develop, and implement the Explore! retreat, which is designed to help first-year students explore the concept of vocation.
Apply online through Career Connections Opportunity Board Applications are due February 28th Positions are for the 2014-2015 school year.
(Fall 2014 - J-Term 2015)
Looking for leaders who are interested in implementing programs, workshops, and social events for first-year students through the Emerging Leaders Program to help them learn about leadership and meet other PLU community members.
ALL INVITED TO ATTEND
Tuesday, 18 February 2014, 3:00-6:00 PM RCTR 103, Leraas Lecture Hall
Research Talks for
STUDENT-RESEARCHER APPLICANTS to the
Undergraduate Research Program Questions? Ann F. Tolo firstname.lastname@example.org 253.535.7535 MCLT 238
* * * ATTENTION STUDENTS * * * NON-DISCLOSURE OF "DIRECTORY INFORMATION" The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, popularly known as the "Buckley Amendment" and carrying the acronym "FERPA," governs the University's collection, retention, and dissemination of information about students. (The document appears in the Student Handbook.) One category of information covered by FERPA is called "directory information." Pacific Lutheran University has designated the following items as directory information: student name, local and permanent addresses and telephone numbers, E-mail address, date and place of birth, participation in officially recognized activities and sports, weight and height of members of athletic teams, dates of attendance, class standing, previous educational agency or institution(s) attended, major and minor fields of study, anticipated date of graduation (if that has not yet occurred), and degree(s) and award(s) conferred (including dates). The PLU FERPA policy appears on the Student Handbook website for your review at: http://www.plu.edu/student-handbook/code-of-conduct/FERPA.php. Under FERPA the University may disclose directory information without prior written consent unless an "eligible student" (18 years or over) or a parent (if the student is under 18 years of age) gives notice in writing to the contrary to the Office of the Vice President for Student Life restricting the disclosure of the directory information, as it pertains to the student, by the last day of registration for any given academic term at this University. Please be assured that PLU uses discretion when releasing information (e.g. roommate notification or compliance with federal requirements.) If you participate in activities such as music or drama performances, athletics or represent PLU in other public capacities, University policy is to issue minimal information in press releases. If it is your wish that PLU NOT disclose "directory information" about you under any circumstance, you must come to the Student Life Office, Hauge Administration Building, Room 105, on or before February 19, 2014 to complete the appropriate form and meet with Laree Winer to understand fully the impact of the restriction. This restriction will remain in effect until the 10th day of the fall semester of the next academic year, unless you revoke it in writing.
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Day One: Feb. 20 9:55-11:40 a.m.
Welcome and Community Forum: “Asking The Questions”
11:50 a.m.-1:35 p.m.
Day Two: Feb. 21 9:00-10:15 a.m.
Keynote: Dr. Dagmar Herzog, “Post-Holocaust Antisemitism and the Psychiatry of Trauma”
Student Panel: “Researching Genocide: Interests, Challenges, and Transformations”
11:15 a.m.-12:20 p.m.
Keynote: Dr. Jean Franco, “The Camp and the Killing Field”
Keynote: Dr. Alex Hinton, “The Paradox of Perpetration: Reflections from the Cambodian Genocide”
Keynote: Dr. David Livingstone Smith, “Less than Human”
Chapel: Dr. Victoria Barnett
Keynote: Dr. Dorothy Roberts, “Racism and the Paradox of State Violence”
Panel: “The Legacy of Bonhoeffer” Dr. Victoria Barnett, ”Icon of Complexity: Dietrich Bonhoeffer and the Legacies of the Shoah” Dr. Vincent Pastro, “Dietrich Bonhoeffer in the Context of the Mexican Immigrant Community” Dr. Samuel Torvend, “The Bonhoeffers: Patriots for Some while Traitors for Others?”
Keynote: Mr. Jay Julius, “Legacy of the Treaty and Sacred Obligations: Visions of Xwe’chi’eXen”
LEGACIES OF THE SHOAH: Understanding Genocide, War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity Please visit the registration table in the Upper AUC Gray Area anytime during the symposium for a full program including session locations, speaker information and more. http://wangcentersymposium.org #PLUsymposium
Alumni Speaker: Mr. Brian Erickson, “What our ‘ConstitutionLight’ Border means for Communities, the United States and World: Militarization, Abuse and Impunity along the U.S.-Mexico Border”
Keynote: Dr. Björn Krondorfer, “Unsettling Empathy: Working through Historical and Cultural Trauma”
Keynote: Jerry White, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Bureau of Conflict and Stabilization Operations at the US Department of State, ”The Bureau of Conflict and Stabilization Operations: New Approaches to Conflict Prevention and Religious Engagement”
a r P t y m a e rC ec Meet the
Talk about what you like, dislike or things you’d like to see in The Commons, OMM, Nook, Tahoma and Kelley
February 18th If you don’t have a meal plan – email email@example.com
to obtain a pass
5:30pm Chef’s Table in The Commons
Hosted by Dining and Culinary Services with the Dining Committee
Relay For Life Kickoff This Wednesday 2/19 7 to 9pm in the Cave
There will be tie dye, ice cream sundaes, guest speakers, and live music from Dylan and Ruthie of PLU Idol fame
Cancer sucks! Come help us kickoff our fundraising and signup Sign up now at www.plurelay.org