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Podcasts, lectures and more from Pacific Lutheran University. Located in Tacoma, Wash., PLU seeks to educate students for lives of thoughtful inquiry, service, leadership and care—for other people, for their communities and for the Earth.

Latest Episodes

Willie Stewart '69 talks breaking barriers as Tacoma's first Black principal in 1970, and more

PLU alum Willie Stewart '69 sits down to discuss winning the 2019 Tacoma Peace Prize, his community work and career in education, and how he once broke barriers in Tacoma by becoming the city's first black high school principal in 1970.

35 minJAN 18
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Willie Stewart '69 talks breaking barriers as Tacoma's first Black principal in 1970, and more

Diversity Center Alumni: Self-Care and Healing

Angie Hambrick, PLU's Associate Vice President of Diversity, Justice and Sustainability, has a conversation with Kolby Harvey '08, Malia Oshiro ’13 and Jennifer Warwick '03 about the myths, stigmas and misconceptions about self-care — and why we need to practice it.

43 min2019 DEC 13
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Diversity Center Alumni: Self-Care and Healing

Diversity Center Alumni: Performative Allyship

Angie Hambrick, PLU's Associate Vice President of Diversity, Justice and Sustainability, sits down with PLU's Dean of Inclusive Excellence Jennifer Smith, Associate Vice President of Marketing & Communications Lace Smith and Boo Dodson '12 to discuss Performative Allyship — what it looks like, how it hurts minoritized communities and how to be better allies.

37 min2019 NOV 14
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Diversity Center Alumni: Performative Allyship

Diversity Center Alumni: Trinidad & Tobago Alumni Trip, Part 2

Angie Hambrick, PLU's Associate Vice President of Diversity, Justice and Sustainability, records live from the twin-island republic of Trinidad & Tobago with Maurice Eckstein '11 and Kareen Ottley '09 to discuss their experience as native Trinidad & Tobago students studying away at PLU, what it means to have PLU students coming to their country to study, cultural exchange and more.

35 min2019 OCT 2
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Diversity Center Alumni: Trinidad & Tobago Alumni Trip, Part 2

Diversity Center Alumni: Trinidad & Tobago Alumni Trip, Part 1

Angie Hambrick, PLU's Associate Vice President of Diversity, Justice and Sustainability, records live from the twin-island republic of Trinidad & Tobago with Nicole Jordan '15, Jonathan Adams '16, Shai Wilson '19 and Quenessa Long '18 — a conversation that explores what studying away here meant for all four students during their studies at PLU, and what it means to return.

42 min2019 OCT 2
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Diversity Center Alumni: Trinidad & Tobago Alumni Trip, Part 1

Because We're Lutheran: "I teach at PLU (and I'm not Lutheran)"

Pastor Jen Rude sits down with PLU economics professor Krisztina Nagy and religion professor Erik Hammerstrom for a conversation about interfaith work from the perspective of non-Lutherans teaching and working in Lutheran higher education.

34 min2019 JUL 20
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Because We're Lutheran: "I teach at PLU (and I'm not Lutheran)"

Diversity Center Alumni: Complexities of Care & Service Abroad

Angie Hambrick, PLU's Assistance Vice President of Diversity, Justice and Sustainability, sits down with anthropology professor and PLU Peace Corps Prep Program Coordinator Katherine Wiley, Hispanic studies professor Giovanna Urdangarain, and anthropology and global studies professor Dr. Ami Shah to discuss service abroad — but more importantly, how that service impacts indigenous communities, the need to exercise care when serving domestically and internationally, and the White Savior Complex.

55 min2019 MAY 22
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Diversity Center Alumni: Complexities of Care & Service Abroad

Because We're Lutheran: Interfaith work w/ Aziza Ahmed, Kara Barkman

Pastor Jen Rude sits down with Aziza Ahmed '20 and Kara Barkman '19 for a conversation about interfaith work: how that looks at Pacific Lutheran University, how it impacts the Lutheran identity and what the students' different experiences and backgrounds — one Muslim, one Lutheran — have been with interfaith interactions on campus.

23 min2019 MAR 13
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Because We're Lutheran: Interfaith work w/ Aziza Ahmed, Kara Barkman

Because We're Lutheran: Leading congregations in anxious times

Pastor Jen Rude sits down with former interim PLU pastor and Director of Congregational Engagement John Rosenberg and St. Mark's Lutheran by the Narrows pastor Jan Ruud to discuss faith in times of trouble. Both Rosenberg and Rudd spoke at the 2018 Summer Institute in Pastoral Theology: "Leading a Congregation in Anxious Times."

32 min2019 MAR 13
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Because We're Lutheran: Leading congregations in anxious times

Nerd Farmer: PLU's Allan Belton, Julian Franco talk access, equity

As part of our partnership with Tacoma podcasting powerhouse Channel 253, President Allan Belton and Assistant Director of Admission for Equity & Access Julian Franco got to sit down with Nerd Farmer Podcast host and 2016 Washington State Teacher of the Year Nate Bowling for a conversation about trends in higher education, access and the equity work happening here at Pacific Lutheran University.

49 min2019 MAR 12
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Nerd Farmer: PLU's Allan Belton, Julian Franco talk access, equity

Latest Episodes

Willie Stewart '69 talks breaking barriers as Tacoma's first Black principal in 1970, and more

PLU alum Willie Stewart '69 sits down to discuss winning the 2019 Tacoma Peace Prize, his community work and career in education, and how he once broke barriers in Tacoma by becoming the city's first black high school principal in 1970.

35 minJAN 18
Comments
Willie Stewart '69 talks breaking barriers as Tacoma's first Black principal in 1970, and more

Diversity Center Alumni: Self-Care and Healing

Angie Hambrick, PLU's Associate Vice President of Diversity, Justice and Sustainability, has a conversation with Kolby Harvey '08, Malia Oshiro ’13 and Jennifer Warwick '03 about the myths, stigmas and misconceptions about self-care — and why we need to practice it.

43 min2019 DEC 13
Comments
Diversity Center Alumni: Self-Care and Healing

Diversity Center Alumni: Performative Allyship

Angie Hambrick, PLU's Associate Vice President of Diversity, Justice and Sustainability, sits down with PLU's Dean of Inclusive Excellence Jennifer Smith, Associate Vice President of Marketing & Communications Lace Smith and Boo Dodson '12 to discuss Performative Allyship — what it looks like, how it hurts minoritized communities and how to be better allies.

37 min2019 NOV 14
Comments
Diversity Center Alumni: Performative Allyship

Diversity Center Alumni: Trinidad & Tobago Alumni Trip, Part 2

Angie Hambrick, PLU's Associate Vice President of Diversity, Justice and Sustainability, records live from the twin-island republic of Trinidad & Tobago with Maurice Eckstein '11 and Kareen Ottley '09 to discuss their experience as native Trinidad & Tobago students studying away at PLU, what it means to have PLU students coming to their country to study, cultural exchange and more.

35 min2019 OCT 2
Comments
Diversity Center Alumni: Trinidad & Tobago Alumni Trip, Part 2

Diversity Center Alumni: Trinidad & Tobago Alumni Trip, Part 1

Angie Hambrick, PLU's Associate Vice President of Diversity, Justice and Sustainability, records live from the twin-island republic of Trinidad & Tobago with Nicole Jordan '15, Jonathan Adams '16, Shai Wilson '19 and Quenessa Long '18 — a conversation that explores what studying away here meant for all four students during their studies at PLU, and what it means to return.

42 min2019 OCT 2
Comments
Diversity Center Alumni: Trinidad & Tobago Alumni Trip, Part 1

Because We're Lutheran: "I teach at PLU (and I'm not Lutheran)"

Pastor Jen Rude sits down with PLU economics professor Krisztina Nagy and religion professor Erik Hammerstrom for a conversation about interfaith work from the perspective of non-Lutherans teaching and working in Lutheran higher education.

34 min2019 JUL 20
Comments
Because We're Lutheran: "I teach at PLU (and I'm not Lutheran)"

Diversity Center Alumni: Complexities of Care & Service Abroad

Angie Hambrick, PLU's Assistance Vice President of Diversity, Justice and Sustainability, sits down with anthropology professor and PLU Peace Corps Prep Program Coordinator Katherine Wiley, Hispanic studies professor Giovanna Urdangarain, and anthropology and global studies professor Dr. Ami Shah to discuss service abroad — but more importantly, how that service impacts indigenous communities, the need to exercise care when serving domestically and internationally, and the White Savior Complex.

55 min2019 MAY 22
Comments
Diversity Center Alumni: Complexities of Care & Service Abroad

Because We're Lutheran: Interfaith work w/ Aziza Ahmed, Kara Barkman

Pastor Jen Rude sits down with Aziza Ahmed '20 and Kara Barkman '19 for a conversation about interfaith work: how that looks at Pacific Lutheran University, how it impacts the Lutheran identity and what the students' different experiences and backgrounds — one Muslim, one Lutheran — have been with interfaith interactions on campus.

23 min2019 MAR 13
Comments
Because We're Lutheran: Interfaith work w/ Aziza Ahmed, Kara Barkman

Because We're Lutheran: Leading congregations in anxious times

Pastor Jen Rude sits down with former interim PLU pastor and Director of Congregational Engagement John Rosenberg and St. Mark's Lutheran by the Narrows pastor Jan Ruud to discuss faith in times of trouble. Both Rosenberg and Rudd spoke at the 2018 Summer Institute in Pastoral Theology: "Leading a Congregation in Anxious Times."

32 min2019 MAR 13
Comments
Because We're Lutheran: Leading congregations in anxious times

Nerd Farmer: PLU's Allan Belton, Julian Franco talk access, equity

As part of our partnership with Tacoma podcasting powerhouse Channel 253, President Allan Belton and Assistant Director of Admission for Equity & Access Julian Franco got to sit down with Nerd Farmer Podcast host and 2016 Washington State Teacher of the Year Nate Bowling for a conversation about trends in higher education, access and the equity work happening here at Pacific Lutheran University.

49 min2019 MAR 12
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Nerd Farmer: PLU's Allan Belton, Julian Franco talk access, equity
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