Lakeridge student wins scholarship
A Lakeridge High School student received a full scholarship to attend The Marie Walsh Sharpe Art Foundation 2013 Summer Seminar Program last month.
Vincent Chias award paid for his tuition along with room and board for the national program. Each of the three, two-week intensive visual art studio sessions had 20 students.
There were 60 participants, selected from hundreds of applicants, who participated in the 27th annual seminar, held in Colorado. High school juniors taking part in the program were chosen based on their original artwork and a written recommendation from an art teacher.
Marylhurst info sessions on tap soon
Informational sessions on graduate studies and business degrees at Marylhurst University are coming up soon.
The graduate studies session offers details on degree programs such as a Master of Arts in art therapy counseling, a masters in interdisciplinary studies, a masters in teaching and a Doctor of Ministry. Other topics of discussion are admissions procedures, career choices and flexible scheduling choices including online and weekend classes.
The session is 9:30 to 11 a.m. July 27 in the Flavia Salon in Flavia Hall at Marylhurst University, 17600 Pacific Highway, Marylhurst. An application waiver will be offered to participants. For more information, call 503-699-6268 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. To RSVP, visit bit.ly/184XHz5.
School of Business faculty will lead the business degree information session, sharing details on bachelors and masters degrees designed to meet the needs of working adults. Future undergraduates can explore business leadership and management programs, and people pursuing graduate degrees can learn more about Master of Business Administration degrees in sustainable business, real estate and health care management, which debuts this fall.
The business session will be at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 1 in room 200 of the BP John Administration Building at Marylhurst University.
For more information, contact Megan Wellman at 503-675-3961 or email@example.com.
Both sessions are free to attend, and there is no cost to park at the university.Add a comment