Welcome to Puget Sound's faculty-staff e-newsletter
Welcome to Puget Sound's faculty-staff e-newsletter
50th annual Fieldhouse Flea Market, this Saturday, March 17
KNOW THIS campus news and announcements
Bargain hunting? The 50th annual Women's League Fieldhouse Flea Market is this Saturday, March 17, from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., in Memorial Fieldhouse. Admission is $5. Want first dibs on more than 70 vendors’ booths of antiques and collectibles, vintage and upcycled items, clothing and textiles, jewelry, books, repurposed treasures, home and garden items, artisans’ goods, gourmet treats, and more? Early entry, at 8 a.m., is $10. All proceeds go toward student scholarships. Have awesome stuff you'd like to donate? Great! Donations will be accepted Wednesday, March 14.
Your voice matters. Take the Campus Climate Survey. Help us understand your perspective on Puget Sound's campus climate for diversity and inclusion. Your feedback helps address issues, establish programs, and strengthen resources. Check your campus email for the link to the survey. All responses are anonymous.
Strategic Planning: Feedback due March 15
Interim reports, prepared by each Strategic Planning Goal Team, are now available for review by campus members. Visit the password-protected interim reports page (log in with your campus credentials) to read each team's report. Send your questions, ideas, and other feedback to strategicplan@pugetsound.edu no later than Thursday, March 15.
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DO THIS selected events
Spring break, March 11–16
Verna Haffer: A Turbulent Lens, March 12, 7 p.m., Murray Boardroom, WSC.
Staff Senate General Meeting, March 14, noon, McIntyre 107.
Puget Sound's 130th anniversary, March 17
Fieldhouse Flea Market, March 17, 8 a.m.–4 p.m., Memorial Fieldhouse.
LoggerUP. Cheer on the Logger baseball team at PLU on Tuesday and at home Wednesday, then rally for the women's tennis and baseball teams at home this weekend!
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BE PROUD noteworthy accomplishments
Rob Beezer, mathematics and computer science, recently gave presentations on "Mathematics Textbooks With Open Licenses" at the University of Cape Town and Tellenbosch University (which are jointly the two oldest universities in sub-Saharan Africa).
Janet Marcavage, art and art history, will participate in the panel “Technology and Craft” this April at the Rocky Mountain Printmaking Alliance conference at Washington State University. The panel will be chaired by Mary Farrell, professor of art and printmaking at Gonzaga University.
Congratulations to Douglas Sackman, history, who has been named one of 14 inaugural Bright Institute Scholars at Knox College. The Bright Institute is a three-year program designed for professors of American history before 1848 at liberal arts colleges from across the United States.
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Gear up for the Logger Day Challenge! Puget Sound’s 130th anniversary is just a week away! We're celebrating with the #LoggerDayChallenge, a one-day giving event, on Tuesday, March 20. To help make the day a success, university social media accounts will be “taken over” by the event, posting original #LoggerDayChallenge content and sharing user-generated Logger pride posts.
Learn how your department or program social media accounts can get involved. Send Sarah Stall (sstall@pugetsound.edu) the contact info for your department/program social media, and get cover photos and profile icons, post suggestions, and more.
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