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Loggers Keep Learning: At Work! Professional development conference begins today Eddie Moore to deliver keynote address at Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration, Jan. 16
KNOW THIS campus news and announcements
Loggers keep learning... at work. Puget Sound's annual Professional Development and Enrichment Conference begins today! There's still time to register for sessions. Visit pugetsound.edu/professionaldev to see featured speakers, conference workshops, and more.
Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration welcomes Eddie Moore. Campus will host author, educator, and founder of the White Privilege Conference Eddie Moore on Tuesday, Jan. 16. Moore will deliver the keynote address, "Dr. Martin Luther King: Why Keep Dreaming?" at our annual MLK Celebration at 7 p.m., in Kilworth Memorial Chapel. The event will also feature remarks by BSU president Nia Henderson ’20 and ASUPS president Amanda Diaz ’18.
Hungry? Need that morning latte? Dining and Conference Services reminders this week:
  • The Diner will be closed Tuesday, Jan. 9, for the professional development conference.
  • The Diner will be closed Thursday, Jan. 11, for a DCS all-staff meeting.
  • All dining operations resume regular business hours Tuesday, Jan. 16.
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DO THIS selected events
Loggers Keep Learning: At Work! Professional Development and Enrichment Conference for faculty and staff members, Jan. 8–12.
M.A.T. Drop-in Session, Jan. 8, 4 p.m., Howarth Hall.
Reading: "From the Historical to the Fictional," Joanne Francis, author, Jan. 8, 7 p.m., Murray Boardroom. 
Orientation for New Students, Jan. 12, noon, McCormick Room, Collins Memorial Library.
Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Jan. 15 (no classes). Register to participate in MLK Day of Service.
LoggerUP. Good luck to the Logger basketball, track and field, and swimming teams, playing on the road this week!
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BE PROUD noteworthy accomplishments
Roger Allen, physical therapy, along with Arista Ip, D.P.T.'18 and Eva Fazinni, D.P.T.'18, will present “Temporal Latency in Neuropathic Modulation of Phantom Limb Pain Intensity Due to the Psychogenic Release and Delayed Activation of Thyroxine,” at the Salk Institute’s 2018 Science Symposium on Biological Complexity: The Biology of Time. Their most recent work on the delayed neuroendocrine modulation of phantom limb pain is also one of 12 studies (from among more than 300) nominated for the 2018 Orthopaedic Section Research Poster Award at the American Physical Therapy Association’s upcoming Combined Sections Meeting. The winner of this award will be announced in New Orleans on Feb. 23.
The presentation "Keeping the Conversation Alive: Using Data to Drive Critical Discussion and Action," by Michael Benitez, diversity and inclusion, and Ellen Peters, institutional research, was named the 2017 Best Presentation by the Pacific Northwest Association for Institutional Research and Planning (PNAIRP). Michael and Ellen have been invited to present the talk at the national AIR Forum later this year.
Andrew Gardner, sociology and anthropology, published the article "Journey to Arabia: A Visual Essay," in Anthropology Now.
Douglas Sackman, history, wrote the article "Empire of Timber: Labor Unions and Pacific Northwest Forests," published in the journal American Historical Review.
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