Seattle native Mare Blocker has been making limited edition and unique books since 1979 and established the M Kimberly Press in 1984 when she bought her first Vandercook 219. Her work can be found in over 85 public collections and museums including the Museum of Women in the Arts.
Clarissa Sligh is an internationally acclaimed and highly awarded artist, writer, and educator. She is known for her compelling photo-text images, artists' books, and text-based installations exploring richly layered concepts such as identity, politics, social justice, memory, and history.
After Sept. 9, please contact Archives and Special Collections at email@example.com to arrange a time to view the books.
Are you curious about the M.Ed. in Counseling program? Want to stop by and meet faculty members? Check out any of our informal drop-in sessions to learn more about the program.
All drop-in sessions take place from noon–1 p.m. on the third floor of Howarth Hall.
Tuesday, Sept. 26
Monday, Oct. 9
Tuesday, Oct. 24
Monday, Nov. 6
Tuesday, Jan. 16
Thursday, Feb. 1
Tuesday, Feb. 13
Puget Sound’s Master of Education in Counseling (M. Ed.) program focuses on developing skills that are relevant to…
In honor of National Voter Registration Day, the Center for Intercultural and Civic Engagement is hosting a lecture with Wash. Secretary of State, Kim Wyman, followed by a question and answer session. There will also be a non-partisan voter registration drive after Sec. Wyman's lecture.
Refreshments will be provided.
The University of Puget Sound Forensics Program and the Pacific Lutheran University Department of Politics and Government invite you to The Debate for Tacoma 2017, featuring the following debates:
For Mayor: Jim Merritt and Victoria Woodards
For Port of Tacoma Position 2: Noah Davis and Dick Marzano
For City Council at Large Position 6: Lillian Hunter and Meredith Neal
For City Council District 2: Philip Cowan and Robert Thoms
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Hear virtuoso guitarist and Seattle Jazz scenemaker Michael Powers during a daytime concert in Marshall Hall!
According to The News Tribune: "Michael Powers has established himself among a new breed of guitarists and composers who, with each album and every performance, continually redefine the guitar's role in the jazz context. His technique is stunning, but he never employs…
Annie Lamar, a junior in the Honors program, will present this Honors Fireside Chat.
This talk is part of Gamma Phi Beta's Body Positivity Week and will be given by Natalie P. Goodwin, Ph.D., a clinical psychologist and the clinical director of Eating Recovery Center of Washington's Residential and Partial Hospitalization Programs.
Open to all members of the campus community!
As part of the Center for Intercultural & Civic Engagement's (CICE) "Wednesdays @ 6" event, we'll discuss "Mindful Allyship": How to be a thoughtful ally to communities you want to be in solidarity with. We will discuss ways that "saving" people isn't productive and how to better assist in social struggle.