About Our People

Tyler Cuddeford (Physical Therapy) was honored as recipient of the 2018 Mercedes Weiss Award, given annually by the Oregon Physical Therapy Association “to recognize those in our profession that have provided outstanding services to the profession of physical therapy,” according to the organization’s website. The Mercedes Weiss Service Award was established in 1976 to publicly acknowledge the outstanding contribution of members of the profession in one or more of the following areas: clinical practice, education, administration, research, and practice management.

Randy Woodley (Seminary) published a chapter, “Poverty and the Poor in North American Indigenous Traditions,” in the book Poverty and the Poor in the World’s Religious Traditions: Religious Responses to the Problem of Poverty (ABC-Clio/Praeger Publishers).

Jenny Song’s (Department of Professional Studies and Portland Seminary) article, “Understanding Face and Shame: A Servant-leadership and Face Management Model,” was published online by SAGE Journal of Pastoral Care and Counseling. She also started working on another anthology – Global Servant-Leadership: Wisdom, Love and Legitimate Power in the Age of Chaos – with her colleagues Philip Mathew from Olympic College, Shann Ray Ferch from Gonzaga University, and Larry C. Spears from Spears Center for Servant Leadership.

Ed Higgins (English Emeritus) published two poems, “The looking glass predator” and “Disposable Pleasures,” and a flash-fiction piece, “Kitchen Fruit Fly Suicides,” in the Jan. 20, 2019, issue of Triggerfish Critical Review, an online poetry journal.

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