Inspiring change in matters of social justice
A Marylhurst University education is rooted in the Catholic intellectual tradition: values of social justice, ethical leadership and service. Here are just a few examples of how we at Marylhurst, and our alumni, are embracing these values and inspiring change in Oregon and beyond.
Dr. Mary Andrus, director of Marylhurst’s art therapy program, will lead a Cascadia Training workshop on sociocultural constructs, privilege and bias on Oct. 27, 2017 in Oregon City.
Marylhurst alum Serena Dietrich ’11, MBA in Sustainable Business, was recently named to the Brewers’ Association Sustainability Committee.
Marylhurst M.B.A. alum Roe Polczynski ’09 co-authored Changing Your Equation, a book designed to help individuals reimagine and achieve their life goals.
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Marylhurst English student Mary Thompson was the commencement speaker for the 2017 graduating class of Humanity in Perspective. Read an excerpt from her inspiring speech.
Marylhurst interior design professor Nancy Hiss is providing affordable housing to a Portland family in the accessible dwelling unit her parents once occupied.
Marylhurst M.B.A. alum Melissa Fisher ’12 was promoted to Kauai program director for The Nature Conservancy of Hawaii in March 2017.
Marylhurst M.Div. alum Mary Haley ’16 takes on the role of chaplain at Ray Hickey Hospice House in Vancouver, Wash.
Marylhurst alum Monica Smith ’14 was named the executive director of Rhode Island Communities for Addiction Recovery Efforts (RICARES) in April 2017.
Marylhurst music therapy student Whitney McCann and program director Laura Beer make weekly visits to the young patients in OHSU’s neonatal intensive care unit.
M.Div. alum Kevin Lawson ’13 was installed as minister of Beacon Unitarian Universalist Congregation, a liberal faith community in Flagstaff, Ariz.
Marylhurst alum Haoua Cheick Seip ’13 travels often to Africa, offering business know-how to woman artisans creating goods for export.
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