Physical therapy clinic is open over the summer

Monday, May 20th, 2019

George Fox University’s Physical Therapy Clinic is open now and all summer long to serve your needs. We provide care from prevention to after-surgery rehabilitation.

Our team of therapists are board-certified specialists in sports medicine, pediatrics and neuro-rehab. We can help you regain function, decrease pain and enjoy life more. Some of the common conditions we treat are sprains and strains of all body parts, surgeries to the extremities and spine, chronic pain and many more!

If you would like more information regarding our services, or would like to speak with a licensed physical therapist, please give us a call at 503-554-2479 or visit our website.

We are providers for Regence Blue Cross of Oregon and are out-of-network providers for most other insurances. We look forward to meeting you and helping you on your journey to well-being.

Wood-Mar lot closed tomorrow and Wednesday

Sunday, May 19th, 2019

The Wood-Mar parking lot will be closed Tuesday and Wednesday, May 21-22, for construction work on the EHS roof. A crane will be setting up to lift the rooftop HVAC units off in preparation for reroofing EHS and Wood-Mar.

Parking in the Wood-Mar lot can resume on Thursday; however, construction crews will be sharing the Wood-Mar parking lot throughout the summer. The Hoover parking lot will remain open during this time.

Please contact the Plant Services office at 503-554-2010 if you have any questions.

Illinois is first stop on Bon Appetit’s ‘culinary road trip’

Sunday, May 19th, 2019

It’s time for a culinary road trip! Bon Appetit is heading out on Route 66 again this summer and will be serving up foods that pay homage to this quintessential all-American highway.

Our first stop this Wednesday, May 22, will be Illinois. Come join us on the patio outside Klages between 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. and enjoy a traditional Illinois meal.

Don’t forget to pick up a road trip punch card and have it punched every time you join us; those who visit us four or more times will be entered into a drawing for a raffle prize at the end of the road!

Hadlock offering group fitness classes this summer

Sunday, May 19th, 2019

The Hadlock Student Center will continue to offer group fitness classes for employees and students throughout the summer. To see the full list of classes, visit IM Leagues or stop by the welcome desk in Hadlock. 

Questions? Contact Rob Simpson at simpsonr@georgefox.edu.

EHS and Wood-Mar buildings closed on Wednesday

Sunday, May 19th, 2019

On Wednesday, May 22, a heavy crane will lift the rooftop HVAC units off of EHS in preparation for reroofing EHS and Wood-Mar. For your safety, no access will be granted into either the EHS or Wood-Mar buildings on Wednesday.

Preparation has already begun on EHS, so EHS is currently closed. Any desired access into a construction zone must be prearranged through Plant Services, as an escort is required. 

Both EHS and Wood-Mar will be closed on Wednesday during the heavy crane work, and no access will be granted that day. Wood-Mar will reopen on Thursday, May 23.

If you have any questions, please contact the Plant Services office at 503-554-2010.

Hadlock offering group fitness classes this summer

Wednesday, May 15th, 2019

The Hadlock Student Center will continue to offer group fitness classes for employees and students throughout the summer. To see the full list of classes, visit IM Leagues or stop by the welcome desk in Hadlock. 

Questions? Contact Rob Simpson at simpsonr@georgefox.edu.

Come hear biology candidate’s lecture today in Hoover 102

Monday, May 13th, 2019

The university community is invited to a biology candidate research lecture presented by Dr. Elizabeth DuPriest from 11 a.m. to noon today (Tuesday) in Hoover 102.

Fetal and early childhood environmental influences can “program” a baby’s health and risk of disease that they experience later in life. Using nutritional and transgenic models, Dr. DuPriest will explain how maternal influences shape early growth and the structure and function of the offspring’s kidneys, liver, and adipose tissue.

The title of Dr. DuPriest’s lecture is “Developmental Origins of Health and Disease: Thank Your Mother for Your Good Health!”

Questions? Contact Adina McConaughey at amcconaughey@georgefox.edu.

It’s not too late to sign up for summer online classes

Monday, May 13th, 2019

Students: The George Fox summer online program offers a wide range of general education options fully online, and all at 50 percent off tuition!

Though many sections are already full, there are still spots left in sections of ACCT, ARTS, BIBL, CHEM, HUMA, MATH, SPAN and more! Check out the course list and other details at this link

The summer online term begins Monday, June 3, and runs for eight weeks; courses are flexible and taught by experienced George Fox faculty members.

Questions? Contact the director of the summer online program, Brian Doak, at bdoak@georgefox.edu.

PT research team seeks volunteers for bunions study

Sunday, May 12th, 2019

Do you have experience with bunions? Then we need you!

George Fox University’s School of Physical Therapy is conducting research on bunions. Our research team is interested in looking at two groups of people: 1) persons who had surgery for their bunions, and 2) those who currently have bunions. 

We would like to know how the foot functions following bunion surgery. In order to answer this question, we are collecting data on how people walk and on muscle strength.

Testing is conducted in the physical therapy department. The tests are simple to perform and require about an hour to complete. The results of our study will help to provide direction as to the best form of rehabilitation after surgery or in lieu of surgery.

If you are interested in our study, would like more information or would like to enroll as a participant, please contact Jaymee at 808-728-8353 or email jkau17@georgefox.edu. Jaymee will be happy to answer all your questions. There is a monetary incentive for participation in this study.

Summer online classes still have some openings

Sunday, May 12th, 2019

Students: The George Fox summer online program offers a wide range of general education options fully online, and all at 50 percent off tuition!

Though many sections are already full, there are still spots left in sections of ACCT, ARTS, BIBL, CHEM, HUMA, MATH, SPAN and more! Check out the course list and other details at this link

The summer online term begins Monday, June 3, and runs for eight weeks; courses are flexible and taught by experienced George Fox faculty members.

Questions? Contact the director of the summer online program, Brian Doak, at bdoak@georgefox.edu.

Work study position open in student accounts office

Sunday, May 12th, 2019

Are you in a business major? Do you speak Spanish? Would you be available to start work this summer and continue on into the academic year?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, please log on to Handshake for additional information about a work-study position in the student accounts office and submit your application today. Job number 2599504.

Volunteers needed for Genesis

Sunday, May 12th, 2019

The undergraduate admissions office needs student volunteers to act as tour guides. Volunteers will receive a catered breakfast and lunch, as well as a free T-shirt!

If you are interested, please email Jessica Dougherty at jdaugherty17@georgefox.edu with your phone number, T-shirt size and the dates you are free to volunteer. 

Genesis will be taking place on campus May 16-18. Employees, if you know students who might be interested, tell them about this opportunity!

Work study team member needed in student accounts office

Friday, May 10th, 2019

Are you in a business major? Do you speak Spanish? Would you be available to start work this summer and continue on into the academic year?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, please log on to Handshake for additional information about a work-study position in the student accounts office and submit your application today. Job number 2599504.

Volunteers needed for Genesis

Friday, May 10th, 2019

The undergraduate admissions office needs student volunteers to act as tour guides. Volunteers will receive a catered breakfast and lunch, as well as a free T-shirt!

If you are interested, please email Jessica Dougherty at jdaugherty17@georgefox.edu with your phone number, T-shirt size and the dates you are free to volunteer. 

Genesis will be taking place on campus May 16-18. Employees, if you know students who might be interested, tell them about this opportunity!

Support international students at garage sale tomorrow

Thursday, May 9th, 2019

The Office of International Student Development is hosting a garage sale tomorrow (Saturday), with proceeds to benefit the university’s International Student Emergency Fund.

We have a wide variety of items for sale, including furniture, household wares, decorations, jewelry, shoes, books … too much to list! Please come by to support our international students or just to say “hi.” The sale will be from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Intercultural Resource Center at 1110 E. Sheridan St.

Questions? Contact Alex Pia at apia@georgefox.edu.

Plan ahead if renting items at Hadlock during summer

Thursday, May 9th, 2019

Please note that the Hadlock Student Center and Rental Center will not be open on Saturday and Sunday through the summer months. If you’re looking to rent equipment for the weekend, it needs to be picked up Friday between 4 and 7 p.m. and returned on Monday by noon.

Summer hours for the Hadlock Student Center and Rental Center are:

  • Monday-Friday: 6 to 9 a.m.; 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.; 4 to 7 p.m.
  • Saturday/Sunday: Closed

Please contact Keith Schneider at kschneid@georgefox.edu with questions. 

Openings still available in summer online classes

Thursday, May 9th, 2019

Students: The George Fox summer online program offers a wide range of general education options fully online, and all at 50 percent off tuition!

Though many sections are already full, there are still spots left in sections of ACCT, ARTS, BIBL, CHEM, HUMA, MATH, SPAN and more! Check out the course list and other details at this link. 

The summer online term begins Monday, June 3, and runs for eight weeks; courses are flexible and taught by experienced George Fox faculty members.

Questions? Contact the director of the summer online program, Brian Doak, at bdoak@georgefox.edu.

Phase II remains open today and tomorrow

Wednesday, May 8th, 2019

Plant Services is hosting its annual Phase II event this week. Feel free to swing by the Macy basement between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. today (Thursday), or between 8 a.m. and noon on Friday, May 10.

After students and staff view the items, whatever remains will be donated to the International Student Emergency Fund and other local charities.

At the end of every school year, many students have good reusable items that they do not want to take home over the summer. These items often include blankets, clothing, kitchen supplies, small appliances, radios, room decorations, furniture, etc. 

In an effort to keep the dumpsters from overflowing and to be better stewards of our resources, Phase II was initiated. Many students have benefited from these items. For example, summer work-study students often find items they need for apartment living.

Questions? Contact Dwayne Astleford at dastlefo@georgefox.edu.

All invited to biology candidate’s research lecture May 14

Wednesday, May 8th, 2019

The university community is invited to a biology candidate research lecture presented by Dr. Elizabeth DuPriest from 11 a.m. to noon on Tuesday, May 14, in Hoover 102.

Fetal and early childhood environmental influences can “program” a baby’s health and risk of disease that they experience later in life. Using nutritional and transgenic models, Dr. DuPriest will explain how maternal influences shape early growth and the structure and function of the offspring’s kidneys, liver, and adipose tissue.

The title of Dr. DuPriest’s lecture is “Developmental Origins of Health and Disease: Thank Your Mother for Your Good Health!”

Questions? Contact Adina McConaughey at amcconaughey@georgefox.edu.

Art show opens Monday in Minthorne Gallery

Wednesday, May 8th, 2019

All are welcome to visit a free art exhibition featuring local artist Bonnie Hull. The exhibit “Little Me” opens on Monday, May 13, and remains up through Friday, July 19, in Minthorne Gallery

The exhibition features the paintings of Hull, a resident of Salem, Oregon, who is a self-proclaimed painter, preservationist, gardener and quilter. Her work has appeared at George Fox previously: In 2015, she and fellow Salem artist Kay Worthington showcased their quilts in the university’s gallery.

The gallery will be open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, contact Jennifer Salzman, director of exhibitions and collection, at 503-554-2634.