Posts Categorized: Alumni
Will the fiscal fog clear? PLNU Chief Economist Dr. Lynn Reaser joined State of California Controller John Chiang on Nov. 15 at PLNU’s Economic Outlook 2013 to discuss. View the photos and an executive summary of the event.
San Diego Comic-Con International, or Comic Con, is the largest comic book and pop art convention in the world and it is the buzz in San Diego this week. One PLNU alum, Doug TenNapel, is among this year’s convention exhibitors. TenNapel is the creator of Earthworm Jim and an award-winning comic book creator and graphic artist. His graphic novel,… Read more »
On May 5, 552 undergraduate, including 163 graduating with honors, and 292 graduate students graduates walked across the Greek Amphitheater stage and accepted diplomas. Congratulations to our 2012 PLNU grads! Watch video highlights
Here’s a glimpse of what is currently featured in Keller Art Gallery. Come check out the exhibit through Feb. 10: Bryan Miller “Tangled Up In Blue” January 16 – February 10 Keller Art Gallery Bryan Miller is a Los Angeles artist. This exhibit features his beautiful, mysterious paintings in which his imagery, painterly style, and… Read more »
PLNU graduate Leslee Howe (10) has been selected as a 2011 Math for America San Diego Noyce Fellow, according to Barbara Edwards, executive director of Math for America San Diego (MfA SD). Howe graduated with a B.S. degree in mathematics from PLNU. Now in its fourth year, MfA SD is a non-profit organization dedicated to… Read more »
Many of our alums love their jobs, Jason Carter (04), who earned his degree in media communication from PLNU, sure must, being employed by The Happiest Place on Earth. Carter just accepted a position as the Stereographer of Disney Toon Studios. “In the most simple terms, I’m responsible for creatively overseeing and executing all aspects of Stereoscopic… Read more »
Jessie Beauchaine (98) served as the associate producer for the documentary “I Came to Testify,” part of the PBS series “Women, War & Peace.” She has called her journey to documentary filmmaking “circuitous.” Read more about her story, read a Q&A with The Point Weekly, or watch the full documentary. Are you an alum… Read more »
For the latest issue of the Viewpoint, we put out readers in mind – you! We are dishing out the 110 Things We Love About PLNU. Did we miss something? Add it to our wall on Facebook. You can also view the entire magazine on your computer, iPad or smart phone.
One current PLNU student and two recent alumni have been recognized by the Metropolitan Opera National Council, and two of the three will be going on to compete at the regional level with the hope of advancing to the national finals. Soprano Christen Horne, a senior music and biology double major at PLNU, and mezzo-soprano… Read more »