31st Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration presents Julianne Malveaux. The labor economist, commentator, and author of Are We Better Off? Race, Obama, and Public Policy will speak at Puget Sound's annual event, open to the community, on Tuesday, Jan. 17, at 7 p.m., in Schneebeck Concert Hall.
The therapists will see you now.
Puget Sound's occupational therapy clinic
is accepting applications for free therapy services for adults and children ages 2 to 16 years, and faculty and staff members are invited to apply. Therapy begins Jan. 30, and is provided by graduate-level OT students as part of their clinical education. For more information visit pugetsound.edu/otclinic
or contact Jennifer Pitonyak (adult clinic) at email@example.com
or Sheryl Zylstra (pediatric clinic) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Share the warmth.
During the month of January campus members may donate gently used and new coats to support the Puget Sound community. Drop off coats at CICE (the Yellow House) or to Jada Pelger at the library. Contact Jada at x3287 or email@example.com if you need your coats picked up.
The Names Family Foundation made a gift of $250,000
to Puget Sound, bolstering the Tom and Meg Names Endowed Fund for Athletics. In recent years the fund has allowed the athletics department to update its media technology for classrooms and funded the purchase of new equipment, including new scoreboards for Memorial Fieldhouse.