Archive for May, 2019

Four educators honored as George Fox University’s teachers, researchers of the year

Sarita Gallagher and Rhett Luedtke are recognized at the undergraduate level, while Daniel Kang and Leah Payne are selected as top graduate professors for 2018-19 NEWBERG, Ore. – George Fox University honored four of its own with the presentation of faculty achievement awards for teaching and research at the conclusion of its 2018-19 academic year. […]

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Music will be focus of George Fox University Legacy League luncheon on May 15

Assistant music professor Nathanael Ankeny will speak at noon event in Canyon Commons NEWBERG, Ore. – George Fox University’s music program will be the focus of the university’s Legacy League luncheon program at noon on Wednesday, May 15, in the school’s Canyon Commons dining hall. Reservations are due by Saturday, May 11, and the cost […]

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Former George Fox University basketball coach Scott Rueck returns to Newberg to speak May 30

Tickets available for fundraising dinner to support the university’s Legacy League NEWBERG, Ore. – Scott Rueck, the coach who helped launch George Fox University as one of the nation’s most consistent winners in women’s basketball at the NCAA Division III level, is returning to Newberg to discuss his storied career. Rueck, now the head women’s […]

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Salem artist Bonnie Hull showcases her work at George Fox University

‘Little Me’ exhibition up in Minthorne Gallery May 13 through July 19 NEWBERG, Ore. – The public is invited to a free art exhibition featuring local artist Bonnie Hull this spring and summer at George Fox University. The exhibit “Little Me” opens on Monday, May 13, and remains up through Friday, July 19. The exhibition, […]

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M.J. Murdock Trust awards nearly $60,000 to George Fox University for ecology research

Funds will be used to study forest recruitment and climate change in western forests NEWBERG, Ore. – Biology students at George Fox University will have the opportunity to conduct significant research in the field following a $59,998 Murdock Natural Sciences grant that funds the study of forest recruitment and climate change in western forests. Awarded this spring, […]

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