Last day to sign up to tutor local elementary students

Thursday, March 4th, 2021

Are you interested in a volunteer/paid tutoring opportunity sponsored by SpiL’s Little + Big Bruins program? As elementary students in Newberg are still in a distance learning format, parents are looking for tutors to help support their children.

If interested, contact Sara Hailemeskel (shailemeskel17@georgefox.edu) with your name, email, and phone number by today (Friday) to be added to our list of tutors.

Specifics around subject areas can be discussed with parents.

Thank you!

Exercise Science Club seeking a yoga instructor

Thursday, March 4th, 2021

Are you a yoga instructor? The Exercise Science Club is looking for a yoga instructor to lead a yoga class for an upcoming event! Please reach out to Karlie Stewart at kstewart19@georgefox.edu for more details!

Abusive relationship healing group available

Wednesday, March 3rd, 2021

Have you experienced abuse? You are not alone.

A group is being offered to help female students heal from abusive relationships and be empowered from a faith-based, holistic curriculum created by ARMS (Abuse Recovery Ministry & Services), a local nonprofit.

It is led by a George Fox student. To receive the Zoom link or ask any questions, please email or call ARMS (info@abuserecovery.org, 503-846-9284 or 866-262-9284).

Nursing majors: Register today for Monday’s career fair

Wednesday, March 3rd, 2021

Attention nursing students: Our first virtual nursing career fair is next week! Join us Monday, March 8, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. to meet with hospitals, health services, and healthcare systems through the Pacific Northwest for potential job opportunities.

The fair is open to nursing majors only and features full-time employment, part-time employment, and internship opportunities.

There’s still plenty of time to register, so sign up here today! Questions? Contact Carol Parker Walsh at cparkerwalsh@georgefox.edu.

Watch ‘Soul’ tomorrow night in Hoover 105

Wednesday, March 3rd, 2021

Throw on something comfy and come watch Disney’s Soul with us. The movie will be showing tomorrow (Friday) at 7 p.m. in Hoover 105.

Each student must reserve his or her own ticket here. Limited spots are available, so it will be first come, first serve.

Questions? Contact Student Activities at activities@georgefox.edu.

Purchase a St. Patrick’s Day Care Box to support local businesses

Wednesday, March 3rd, 2021

Don’t have any green to celebrate with? Our St. Patty’s Day Box has got you covered with all the green you could need.

We are representing two local companies in our boxes. Caravan Coffee is supporting us with two steeped individual coffee bags and a coupon for a free cup of coffee at their tasting room in each of our boxes.

Sprinkles of Joy, a new bakery in town, will be putting 10% off coupons in all of our boxes.

We are also offering customizable options for St. Patty’s Day that will also include Caravan Coffee and Sprinkles of Joy goodies. By buying one of our boxes you will be supporting local businesses in Newberg. Grab a box for a friend, or get one for yourself to celebrate this St. Patrick’s Day!

Interested in getting a box? Fill out this form. Questions? Contact Kylie Smith (smithk17@georgefox.edu).

Interested in studying at Oregon Extension? Attend virtual meeting today

Wednesday, March 3rd, 2021

Interested in studying at Oregon Extension? Meet with Alex Heinle, an Oregon Extension alumnus, and Sam Swan, an Oregon Extension and George Fox alumnus, to learn more about the program.

Click here to attend the meeting today (Thursday) at 4:30 p.m. via Google Meet.

Questions? Contact the Center for Study Abroad (studyabroadcenter@georgefox.edu).

Premedical Club invites members to attend personal statement workshop

Wednesday, March 3rd, 2021

Join your fellow Premedical Club members next Saturday, March 13, at 10 a.m. in Hoover 210 as we learn about and work on our personal statements together.

Personal statements are one portion of the medical school application process. Even if you’re not planning on applying anytime soon, the earlier you start, the better! Sign up to attend here.

Questions? Contact Cate Snedecor (csnedecor19@georgefox.edu).

Symphony Orchestra performs free concert tonight

Wednesday, March 3rd, 2021

The Fox Orchestra is presenting a concert tonight (Thursday) at 7:30 p.m. Either attend in person in Bauman Auditorium (limit 50 students and employees) or login for the live stream here.

Enjoy a wide range of selections for string quartet and full orchestra, including the music of Beethoven, CPE Bach, William Grant Still, and others!

Questions? Contact Dwayne Corbin (dcorbin@georgefox.edu).

CSIS students: Don’t forget to sign up for Code Jam

Wednesday, March 3rd, 2021

What is a Code Jam? George Fox’s first Code Jam is a weekend-long, fully virtual event where CSIS students will work collaboratively on a team to build a tech-related project in 30 hours. It begins Friday, March 19, and ends Sunday, March 21.

Participants will sign up individually and can form teams of two to four George Fox students. Every team will also be paired with a George Fox alumnus to serve as their mentor and advisor throughout the weekend.

If you and a few friends want to be on the same team, that’s great! You’ll be able to note who you want to team up on the registration form below. If you’re signing up individually, the Code Jam staff will place you on an awesome team!

This Code Jam is designed for students to turn technology ideas into real-life, practical projects while working in a welcoming and supportive atmosphere. This is the place to showcase your creativity and innovation, as well as create something super cool outside of the classroom!

If this sounds exciting to be a part of, fill out this registration form by today (Thursday). Questions? Contact Lisette Rodriguez (lrodriguez18@georgefox.edu).

Watch professor Unique Page’s newly released YouTube lecture

Tuesday, March 2nd, 2021

George Fox Digital has released its final public lecture of a four-part series on YouTube addressing the pandemic and Christian faith. How are we to understand suffering in light of God’s goodness? What do our academic disciplines have to say about theology and the pandemic?

This week, Professor Unique Page speaks on the topic “Reaching Out in Faith During the Pandemic.”

If you missed the three earlier releases, featuring Bill Jolliff, Javier Garcia, and Abigail Favale, see the full playlist here.

Questions? Contact Brian Doak (bdoak@georgefox.edu).

Library Workshop: ‘Research Outside the Databases’

Tuesday, March 2nd, 2021

Academic research articles are great, but there are a lot of other things out there that can help you with your research project too! Join librarian Jenny Bruxvoort to learn more about using books, background sources, and high-quality information available outside of the library in your research.

The workshop will be held via Zoom at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, March 9. Register for this workshop and others at this link.

This semester, the library is offering a series of workshops to help the Fox community navigate our increasingly digital library environment. Each workshop will be taught by a different librarian, making them an excellent way to refresh your skills, learn something new, or hear an old concept in a new way.

Questions? Contact Kate Wimer at kwimer@georgefox.edu.

Check out virtual tutoring options with Open Study Table

Tuesday, March 2nd, 2021

Looking for virtual tutoring and academic support options? Check out the Open Study Table tutors! We offer 20- and 30-minute appointments for your specific questions, as well as one-hour open study group sessions!

The virtual group study sessions are held from 8 to 9 p.m., Monday through Thursday. No sign-up is necessary; simply drop in with your homework and any questions you have! Each night focuses on a different topic, but feel free to join even if the specific class you are working on is not listed.

  • Monday: Josh will be available to help with chemistry, physics, theology, and communications.
  • Tuesday: Emily will be available to help with engineering prerequisites, calculus, and theology.
  • Wednesday: ARC Consultant Jaime will be available to help with writing.
  • Thursday: Olivia will be available to help with nursing classes, anatomy & physiology, Spanish, and general education classes.

The Zoom links can be found on the “Sessions” tab of our appointment schedule!

Questions? Contact us at osttutors@gmail.com.

Experiencing Achilles pain? Participate in PT research study

Tuesday, March 2nd, 2021

Have you been diagnosed with Achilles tendinopathy, and are still having trouble? If so, you may qualify to participate in the Achilles tendon research study conducted by the PT department.

The research will be conducted on Wednesday, March 10, from 5 to 7 p.m. in Roberts Center, Room 202. All participants will receive a Dutch Bros gift card!

Questions? Contact Ellie Townsend (etownsend19@georgefox.edu) for more information, or to sign up.

Compete in Bruins vs. Foxes: the ultimate game of tag

Tuesday, March 2nd, 2021

Want to compete against your friends for the chance to win big? Sign up here to receive more information about the ultimate week-long, campus-wide game of tag: Bruins vs. Foxes!

The game will begin Monday, March 15.

Questions? Contact Student Activities (activities@georgefox.edu).

Take the ASLAN Survey for SpiL credit

Tuesday, March 2nd, 2021

The Office for Spiritual Life knows this has been a challenging year, and yet we have still been able to worship together as a community digitally. We are wanting to learn from you about your experience so we can continue to improve our offerings.

Our annual survey for SpiL credit is now available on iAttended. Please take seven minutes to complete it this week; you will earn one SpiL credit for completing the survey. Thank you!

Questions? Contact Jamie Johnson (jamiej@georgefox.edu).

Are you looking to tutor local elementary students?

Tuesday, March 2nd, 2021

Are you interested in a volunteer/paid tutoring opportunity sponsored by SpiL’s Little + Big Bruins program? As elementary students in Newberg are still in a distance learning format, parents are looking for tutors to help support their children.

If interested, contact Sara Hailemeskel (shailemeskel17@georgefox.edu) with your name, email, and phone number by this Friday, March 5, to be added to our list of tutors.

Specifics around subject areas can be discussed with parents.

Thank you!

Attend Turning Point USA’s freedom event featuring Isabel Brown

Tuesday, March 2nd, 2021

Turning Point USA is hosting a special guest, Isabel Brown, a Turning Point contributor and author of the new book, Frontlines, on Monday, March 29, at 5 p.m. in Hoover 105.

She will be speaking on free speech and finding one’s voice on a college campus. There will also be an opportunity for questions at the end. Bring your friends and learn how to use your voice as an American! Follow Turning Point USA on Instagram.

Questions? Contact Kjell Nilsson (knilsson17@georgefox.edu).

Social work students: Submit design ideas for social work masks

Tuesday, March 2nd, 2021

Social work students, submit your design ideas for social work masks by filling out this form. Submissions are due by Saturday, March 20.

Questions? Contact Vanessa Palma-Aispuro (npalmaasipuro16@georgefox.edu).

Survey: Stobre shoes

Tuesday, March 2nd, 2021

Please consider taking a five- to 10-minute survey connected to a senior marketing project for our new company “Stobre.” Simply fill out the form and hit submit to be entered in a drawing for a $20 Fred Meyer gift card!

Thank you! Contact Lydia Povolny (lpovolny17@georgefox.edu) with any questions.

Disclaimer: These surveys are student generated and are not to be associated with any official research conducted by faculty and staff at George Fox University. Any views or opinions presented in these surveys are solely those of the students and do not represent those of George Fox University. The distribution of these surveys is a service provided to George Fox University students as they prepare their research required by the curriculum. Students are required to have department approval. Any questions about these surveys should be directed to the students associated with the survey in question.