CAMPUS NEWS & EVENTS
Morning chapel on Tuesday, March 9, will be led by SPU's Instructor of English Suzanne Wolfe in First Free Methodist Church at 9:30 a.m. Come worship and listen as we explore Revelation 22:6-21, "Let all who hear say: Come!" This service provides a weekly space for all members of the SPU community to worship and learn the Christian story together. More
|The Latest Campus Dining News|
Are you in need of a little extra boost? Stop by Falcon's Landing and try Academic Perks head barista Christina's drink of the month, the Toffee Nut Mocha. This special barista pick is the perfect blend of Academic Perks brand new flavor, toffee nut, and chocolate, coffee, and milk. A tall is only $2.99. On Wednesday, March 10, stop by Falcon's Landing between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. for FREE Naked Juice samples. Also at Falcon's Landing is Einstein's new bagel poppers and Activia yogurt parfait.
Pura Vida's Next Top Barista Competition Round 2 in now under way, so stop by and submit your idea for a delicious drink. The deadline is Friday, March 12.
|Latest Offering on iTunes U: Homecoming Events|
Homecoming Chapel, feature Alumnus of the Year Del Wisdom '63.
Alumni of the Year Awards Ceremony, featuring Alumnus of the Year Del Wisdom '63, Medallion Award Winners Dan Bolin '75, Darlene Hartley ‘65, Rebecca Townsend ‘76, and Wesley Willmer '71.
Homecoming President's Luncheon. SPU President Philip Eaton reflects on this year's theme "The Place Where World Change Begins." More
|“Visions of the Robopocalypse"|
SPU's Art Center Gallery presents “Visions of the Robopocalypse." Originally conceived as a robot-building endeavor, the project later expanded into other media while embracing a variety of dark and often humorous themes. “Visions of the Robopocalypse" is a collaboration between Andrew Peterson, SPU art adjunct faculty, and the Sanctuary Art Center (SAC), a nonprofit art studio serving homeless youth and young adults in Seattle. Each aspect of the installation was designed by Peterson and his young SAC partners. The exhibit runs until March 17. The Art Center Gallery is located at 3 West Cremona Street. It's open 8 a.m.–5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Admission is free.
|Pet Photos Needed!|
We're running low on photos for the most popular feature in the Fac/Staff Bulletin. Send two photos and a brief story to Fac/Staff Bulletin editor Tracy Norlen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Pet Photo of the Week|
“Lily is our 8-year-old albino kitty. We rescued her from the Humane Society four
years ago. For the life of me I don't know why I picked an all white cat when my
husband and I wear so much black. Needless to say, we have left a bit of Lily all
over the world when we travel. But she is a very sweet, mild-tempered girl who
loves to use her kitty mind-control powers on us. She will sit at the table (she
thinks we've set a place for her and always joins us in ‘her' chair) and stares at
my husband, using her mind-control powers to try and get him to give her some
shrimp, her all-time favorite food. It works most of the time. She loves
playing ‘catch the bird' with my husband. He is the only one who can make her
bird-toy fly in a realistic birdlike way; when I try, she looks bored. He tells me
I must think like a bird … ah well. The other photo was taken by my 6-year old
grandson, who likes to do ‘art' photos of the cat. Lily is very good about having
her picture taken and, as my husband is photographer, she has learned to sit still
and model. What I love about her the most is the way she snuggles up and puts her
paw on my shoulder while I am reading." Cheri Wilke, administrative assistant, Art Department. Select the link for the artistic photo by Cheri's grandson. More
|Fac/Staff Bulletin Deadlines|
The Fac/Staff Bulletin is published weekly on Mondays during the academic year. If you have information or event news, send it as soon as possible to Fac/Staff Bulletin editor Tracy Norlen at email@example.com, or submit an item directly from the Fac/Staff Bulletin. The next deadline is Thursday, March 11. The Bulletin will be published Monday, March 15.
|Falcons in Basketball Playoffs!|
Both the men's and women's basketball teams are in the playoffs! The women are the No. 1 seed and will host the regional championship tournament beginning March 12 in Brougham Pavilion. The men travel to Western Washington University for the playoffs. Visit the Falcons website for all the latest playoff action. More
FACULTY & STAFF NEWS
|Yost's Article Published|
The Department of Industrial/Organizational Psychology is pleased to announce that Associate Professor Paul Yost's article "Ten catalysts to spark on-the-job development in your organization" was published in the journal Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice. The article discusses how organizations can make on-the-job development a natural part of everyone's job, and strategies to capture and apply the lessons of experience as they go.
|Feldman Participates in CCCU International Forum|
Professor of Art Roger Feldman participated in the CCCU International Forum on Christian Higher Education in Atlanta in February. He was a panelist and presenter for "Charis: Boundary Crossings – Neighbors, Strangers, Family, Friends," an exhibition that grew out of dialogue between artists from the United States and Asia around the "contextualization of art" in the respective cultures. A portion of the exhibition was shown at the conference, and the bulk of the exhibition opened at Columbia Theological Seminary just outside Atlanta.
SPU IN THE NEWS
|Davis on KOMO Radio|
Professor of Political Science Reed Davis was interviewed by KOMO radio (AM 1000) on March 5 about the proposed Washington state income tax.
|Dearborn on KIRO-TV, KOMO Radio|
Professor of Theology Kerry Dearborn was interviewed by KOMO radio (AM 1000) and KIRO-TV (Channel 7) about SPU alumna Jennifer Paulson ‘03, who died on February 26.
CURRENT JOB OPENINGS
College of Arts and Sciences, Chemistry Position
College of Arts and Sciences, Clothing and Textiles
College of Arts and Sciences, Dietetics, Food and Nutritional Sciences
College of Arts and Sciences, History Position
College of Arts and Sciences, Physical Education/Exercise Science Position
School of Business and Economics, Management
School of Health Sciences Positions
School of Psychology, Family, and Community, Industrial/Organization Psychology Position
School of Psychology, Family and Community, Marriage & Family Therapy Position
School of Psychology, Family and Community, Psychology Position
For more information on all current faculty vacancies, visit the website or call
206-281-2508 with any questions about a job opening, or to refer potential faculty
members to SPU. More
Assistant Director of Systems and Reporting, Development
Associate Dean for School of Theology Graduate Programs, School of Theology
Central Systems Team Manager, Computer and Information Systems
Director of the Asian-American Ministry Program, School of Theology
Gift Receipting and Acknowledement Supervisor (Temporary), Development
Graduate Computer Services Manager, Graduate Center
Residence Life Coordinator, Residence Life
Technical Accountant, Finance
University Fund Assistant, Development Office
For more information on all current staff vacancies, visit the website or stop by the Human Resources office. You can also call Employment Manager Kathleen Abbott at 206-281-2591 with any questions about a job opening or to refer potential employees to SPU. More