PS: The Puget Sound Podcast

PS: The Puget Sound Podcast

By University of Puget Sound
PS: The Puget Sound Podcast highlights stories and experiences from students and faculty at University of Puget Sound, a national liberal arts college in Tacoma, Washington. Hosted by Elena Becker '17, prospective students and future Loggers are invited to listen and learn what it's like to live, learn, and reach new heights in the Pacific Northwest.
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Hana DeGuzman '22
Hana tells Elena what it was like to move to Tacoma from San Jose, her experience as a Division 3 softball player, and why she chose Exercise Science for her major.  It's always a great day to be a Logger! Learn more about Puget Sound on our website, and make sure to check out the Virtual Tour while you're there.
34:43
July 29, 2020
Kate Harris '21
Kate just completed a communications internship with the Governor of Utah and she and Elena talk about what she learned, including how her work in Utah compared to her classmates’ experiences interning in Washington State. Later, Kate and Elena talk about her involvement on campus – including in the Repertory Dance Group, which Kate calls the “Super Bowl of Puget Sound.” It's always a great day to be a Logger! Learn more about Puget Sound on our website, and make sure to check out the Virtual Tour while you're there. 
37:53
July 23, 2020
Ale Vidal Meza '22
Ale talks about transferring to Puget Sound, what she was looking for in her new school, and what Orientation was like as a transfer student. (Spoiler alert -- it's where she made her best friends.) Then she tells Elena about the evolution of her academic interests, and how she arrived at a double major in Economics and Environmental Policy and Decision Making.  It's always a great day to be a Logger! Learn more about Puget Sound on our website, and make sure to check out the Virtual Tour while you're there. Lastly, the Puget Sound Podcast is taking a brief summer break. We'll be back in your feeds in mid-July. 
34:40
June 25, 2020
ALUM: Joel Hefty '86
How does a liberal arts degree grow with you? Joel and Elena discuss the many and varied skills he's drawn on throughout his career in banking and bank supervision. Later, Joel notes what impresses him about Puget Sound students and explains why he has remained so involved with his alma mater over time. It's always a great day to be a Logger! Learn more about Puget Sound on our website, and make sure to check out the Virtual Tour while you're there.
35:34
June 17, 2020
Kelsie Neumann '23
Kelsie tells Elena why she decided to attend a school so close to home and, later, they discuss her interest in a career in medicine -- and the many steps she's already taken to make that happen. It's always a great day to be a Logger! Learn more about Puget Sound on our website, and make sure to check out the Virtual Tour while you're there.
27:20
June 10, 2020
Sophie Semenjuk '22
Sophie, a double major in politics and government and international political economy, describes her course of study and she and Elena talk about how you can have a full plate but "the size of everyone's plate is different." Later, Sophie describes the curriculum she's developing for a class on family planning and the far-reaching global implications of women's access to birth control.  It's always a great day to be a Logger! Learn more about Puget Sound on our website, and make sure to check out the Virtual Tour while you're there.
47:10
June 3, 2020
Romi Miller '22
Romi and Elena talk about the silver linings of distance learning, Romi's work on campus as a Peer Ally, and the many different leadership opportunities at Puget Sound. It's always a great day to be a Logger! Learn more about Puget Sound on our website, and make sure to check out the Virtual Tour while you're there.
32:07
May 28, 2020
ALUM: Kelly Johnson '19
Kelly is the Community Outreach and Volunteer Engagement Manager at University Beyond Bars, a nonprofit organization providing a range of college coursework (as well as transferable AA and BA degrees) to incarcerated individuals at the Washington State Reformatory. In addition to their discussion of UBB's work, Kelly and Elena also talk about Kelly's experience in college with Freedom Education Project Puget Sound, and the ways that this work has transformed Kelly's understanding of what education is and can be. It's always a great day to be a Logger! Learn more about Puget Sound on our website, and make sure to check out the Virtual Tour while you're there.
36:28
May 20, 2020
ALUM: Maya Richman '16
Maya, getting her master's in social work at the University of Minnesota, explains what drew her to that field and what her work is like. She also describes her decision to attend Puget Sound, and then Maya and Elena talk about finding your place in college organically -- and how it's okay if that changes over time.  It's always a great day to be a Logger! Learn more about Puget Sound on our website, and make sure to check out the Virtual Tour while you're there.
44:09
May 14, 2020
Sam Kaufman '22
Sam and Elena talk about reaching the "halfway point" of college, and what distance learning has been like. (Spoiler: lots of things are still the same.) Then Sam, a history major, describes the many ways that history transcends the past, and tells Elena about the unlikely way he got involved in the School of Music. It's always a great day to be a Logger! Learn more about Puget Sound on our website, and make sure to check out the Virtual Tour while you're there.
36:58
May 7, 2020
Anna MacLeod '21
Anna joins the podcast to talk about her experiences as a woman in a male-dominated field (she's a double major in Economics and the Business Leadership Program with a minor in Mathematics). She fills Elena in on how virtual office hours work and, later, describes putting her finance skills to the test as one of two student representatives on the university's Budget Task Force.  It's always a great day to be a Logger! Learn more about Puget Sound on our website, and make sure to check out the Virtual Tour while you're there.
32:56
April 30, 2020
Lily Price '23
Lily is studying evolutionary anthropology via a Special Interdisciplinary Major that allows her to combine courses from the Biology, Sociology and Anthropology, and Psychology departments. She explains how it all started with an interest in monkeys, and then Lily and Elena discuss the transition to distance learning and the ways that her first year of college exceeded her expectations. It's always a great day to be a Logger! Learn more about Puget Sound on our website, and make sure to check out the Virtual Tour while you're there.
34:15
April 23, 2020
Professor Heather White
Professor White, director of Gender and Queer Studies and visiting assistant professor of Religious Studies, joins the podcast for a discussion of the surprising parallels between queer studies and religious studies. Later, Professor White describes a typical course and explains the simple steps faculty can take to ensure that all students feel comfortable in the classroom. It's always a great day to be a Logger! Learn more about Puget Sound on our website, and make sure to check out the Virtual Tour while you're there.
34:52
April 16, 2020
Nick Kulawiak '18
Nick, now a master's student in the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University, talks about his research interests in Eastern Europe and seeing Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch speak this spring. Later, Nick and Elena talk about building community at Puget Sound, the best-known athlete who followed his KUPS sports talk show on Twitter, and his co-founding of Puget Sound's History Club. It's always a great day to be Logger! Learn more about Puget Sound on our website, and make sure to check out the Virtual Tour while you're there. 
41:08
April 8, 2020
Emma Catanzaro '20
Emma, a double major in English and Theatre Arts, describes how those two majors intersect and explains her journey from being anti-Greek Life to founding a sorority. Later, she gives Elena a sneak peak at her senior thesis about the history of pronouns in the English language.  It's always a great day to be a Logger! Learn more about Puget Sound on our website, and make sure to check out the Virtual Tour while you're there. 
28:19
April 1, 2020
Hayden Borg '22
Hayden and Elena talk about about getting outside in the Pacific Northwest, and then Hayden explains why math is beautiful. Listen carefully for a couple of secret (for now) hiking recommendations! It's always a great day to be a Logger! Learn more about Puget Sound on our website, and make sure to check out the Virtual Tour while you're there.
27:05
March 25, 2020
Robyn Organ '20
Want to know how to liquefy a rock? Robyn walks Elena through the methods she used for her summer research project studying volcanism in the southwestern Cascades, explains why a double major in Geology and International Relations makes more sense than one might think, and describes her dream job using geologic research methods to uncover politically sensitive information.  It's always a great day to be a Logger! Learn more about Puget Sound on our website, and make sure to check out the Virtual Tour while you're there.
31:44
March 19, 2020
Aldrin Villahermosa '21
Aldrin explains the ways that his bioethics emphasis links natural sciences to the humanities and talks about his work as a Resident Assistant. Later, Aldrin and Elena find out that they've both taken the course "Sociology of Health and Medicine" and Aldrin shares his favorite thing about Puget Sound.  Prospective students are invited to visit us in Tacoma, Washington. We offer regular tours of our picturesque residential campus, and we'd love to show you around!
35:44
March 11, 2020
Tanvi Asur '21
Tanvi chats about the Business Leadership Program, her 2019 summer internship in China, and her move to Tacoma frrom the Bay Area.  Prospective students are invited to visit us in Tacoma, Washington. We offer regular tours of our picturesque residential campus, and we'd love to show you around!
32:30
March 4, 2020
T'wina Nobles '06, M.A.T. '07, President and CEO at The Tacoma Urban League
T’wina discusses her long-term commitment to mentoring young women of color, the work of the Tacoma Urban League, and the many ways she keeps her cup full. She also describes the continued role of education in her work and emphasizes the importance of setting goals while remaining open to unexpected opportunities. Prospective students are invited to visit us in Tacoma, Washington. We offer information sessions and tours of our picturesque residential campus, and we'd love to show you around!
42:43
February 26, 2020
Madeleine Scypinski '20
Oboe, German, Honors! Madeleine talks about double majoring in Music Performance and German Studies, her time abroad in Austria, and her plans after Commencement this May.  Prospective students are invited to visit us in Tacoma, Washington. We offer information sessions and tours of our picturesque residential campus, and we'd love to show you around!
32:01
February 20, 2020
Mary Thompson '19
Mary discusses working in the art world, moving back to Memphis from Tacoma, and the challenges and opportunities of post-graduate life. As an Art History major, Mary has her sights set not just on the gallery world but the art world more broadly; she also helps develop AP Art History study materials for Smarthistory, the art history provider for Khan Academy. Prospective students are invited to visit us in Tacoma, Washington. We offer information sessions and tours of our picturesque residential campus, and we'd love to show you around!
42:42
February 13, 2020
Professor Lynnette Claire
Lynnette talks about rebuilding our understanding of "business skills," the diverse backgrounds of the Business and Leadership faculty, and why you might touch your toes in a business class. Prospective students are invited to visit us in Tacoma, Washington. We offer information sessions and tours of our picturesque residential campus, and we'd love to show you around.
32:02
February 5, 2020
2019: A Year in Review
In a special mini-episode, Elena shares observations from a year's worth of podcasts and recaps some of her favorite moments. PS: The Puget Sound Podcast will return for Season Two on January 22, 2020.  Prospective students are invited to visit us in Tacoma, Washington. We'd love to show you around our campus!
06:08
December 17, 2019
Yuuki Hashimoto '21
Yuuki Hashimoto explains how pediatric dental hygiene is connected to academic success, and teaches Elena the proper pronunciation of "Colorado". He also shares what surprised him most about moving to Washington, and offers some tips for first-year college students. Prospective students are invited to visit us in Tacoma, Washington. We offer information sessions and tours of our picturesque residential campus, and we'd love to show you around. 
38:48
November 21, 2019
Sondra Tanji '15, M.A.T. '20
Sondra Tanji, a graduate student in Puget Sound's School of Education, talks about her geology major and undergraduate field camp in Turkey, as well as the path that led her to a career in elementary education. Prospective students and families are invited to get to know us even more by visiting us in Tacoma, Washington. We offer information sessions and student-led tours of our picturesque residential campus on weekdays and we'd love to show you around.
29:44
November 13, 2019
Emily Katz '18
Emily Katz, a recent Puget Sound graduate, talks about what applying lessons learned from being a campus tour guide to her work today as a talent acquisition coordinator for a software company in Portland, Oregon. Prospective students and families are invited to get to know us even more by visiting us in Tacoma, Washington. We offer information sessions and student-led tours of our picturesque residential campus on weekdays and we'd love to show you around.
30:17
November 6, 2019
Nikki Tom '20
Nikki Tom describes what it's like to be a psychology major at Puget Sound, studying for the GREs, and her interest in pursuing a career in pediatric occupational therapy. Prospective students and families are invited to get to know us even more by visiting us in Tacoma, Washington. We offer information sessions and student-led tours of our picturesque residential campus on weekdays and we'd love to show you around.
28:53
October 30, 2019
Andy Marshall '12
Andy Marshall, an associate for an executive search firm, shares what he has learned about leadership in higher education and how a liberal arts education at Puget Sound prepared him for life after graduation. Prospective students and families are invited to get to know us even more by visiting us in Tacoma, Washington. We offer information sessions and student-led tours of our picturesque residential campus on weekdays and we'd love to show you around.
37:29
October 23, 2019
Gabby Berg '20
Gabby Berg from Puget Sound's Women's Soccer team, talks about her leadership style and doing what it takes to be win a conference championship. Prospective students and families are invited to get to know us even more by visiting us in Tacoma, Washington. We offer information sessions and student-led tours of our picturesque residential campus on weekdays and we'd love to show you around.
31:18
October 16, 2019
Bryan Gould, director of financial aid
Bryan Gould works with students at Puget Sound as they work their way through the financial aid process. Listen to his tips on applying for scholarships and his advice on filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Prospective students and families are invited to get to know us even more by visiting us in Tacoma, Washington. We offer information sessions and student-led tours of our picturesque residential campus on weekdays and we'd love to show you around.
49:06
October 9, 2019
Carrie Woods, assistant professor of biology
Professor Woods often works 80 feet in the air, studying ecology and the community of plants. She talks about her research, mentoring Puget Sound students, how the Sean Connery film Medicine Man inspired her to pursue biochemistry. Prospective students and families are invited to get to know us even more by visiting us in Tacoma, Washington. We offer information sessions and student-led tours of our picturesque residential campus on weekdays and we'd love to show you around.
33:35
October 8, 2019
Emily Davis '20
Emily Davis talks about the Business Leadership Program, founding the Undergraduate Women in Economics Club, and gender inclusivity in Greek Life Prospective students and families are invited to get to know us even more by visiting us in Tacoma, Washington. We offer information sessions and student-led tours of our picturesque residential campus on weekdays and we'd love to show you around.
24:45
September 25, 2019
Kyra Zapf '21
Kyra Zapf does a deep dive into European history as she describes her summer research project on 16th century clothing and portraits. Prospective students and families are invited to get to know us even more by visiting us in Tacoma, Washington. We offer information sessions and student-led tours of our picturesque residential campus on weekdays and we'd love to show you around.
31:11
September 18, 2019
Cat Shank '20
Cat Shank talks starting her senior year of college, moving to Puget Sound from Albuquerque, New Mexico, and her experience majoring in Religious Studies. Prospective students and families are invited to get to know us even more by visiting us in Tacoma, Washington. We offer information sessions and student-led tours of our picturesque residential campus on weekdays and we'd love to show you around.
22:26
September 11, 2019
Nik Bernhardt '19
Nik Bernhardt gives insight into being a member of the Logger football team and the upcoming season opener. Prospective students and families are invited to get to know us even more by visiting us in Tacoma, Washington. We offer information sessions and student-led tours of our picturesque residential campus on weekdays and we'd love to show you around.
26:27
September 4, 2019
Lenora Yee '21
Lenora Yee chats about her growth as a musician and vocalist at Puget Sound and conducting a research project this summer on the written word as a form of activism. Prospective students and families are invited to get to know us even more by visiting us in Tacoma, Washington. We offer information sessions and student-led tours of our picturesque residential campus on weekdays and we'd love to show you around.
24:28
August 28, 2019
Rachael Shelden '12, MAT '13, assistant director, Center for Writing, Learning, & Teaching
Rachael Shelden '12, M.A.T '13 describes her Puget Sound journey, from participating in the Honors program to completing her graduate studies in the School of Education, as well as Puget Sound's academic support services within the Center for Writing, Learning, & Teaching . Prospective students and families are invited to get to know us even more by visiting us in Tacoma, Washington. We offer information sessions and student-led tours of our picturesque residential campus on weekdays and we'd love to show you around.
36:12
August 23, 2019
Noah Thomas '20
Noah Thomas '20 talks about his upcoming study abroad trip to Budapest, his interest in computer science, and how he developed a special interdisciplinary major focusing on digital media and communication. Prospective students and families are invited to get to know us even more by visiting us in Tacoma, Washington. We offer information sessions and student-led tours of our picturesque residential campus on weekdays and we'd love to show you around.
29:03
August 14, 2019
Adriana Flores '13, archivist and Special Collections Librarian
Adriana Flores '13 explains how her Puget Sound journey led from being a student to managing the University's Archives & Special Collections at Collins Memorial Library. Prospective students and families are invited to get to know us even more by visiting us in Tacoma, Washington. We offer information sessions and student-led tours of our picturesque residential campus on weekdays and we'd love to show you around.
33:02
August 7, 2019
Ruby Krietzman '20
Ruby Krietzman '20, a politics and government and environmental policy and decision making major, recounts her recent study abroad experience in Tanzania and hosting a romantic advice show on Puget Sound's radio station, KUPS. Prospective students and families are invited to get to know us even more by visiting us in Tacoma, Washington. We offer information sessions and student-led tours of our picturesque residential campus on weekdays and we'd love to show you around.
33:23
July 31, 2019
Aubrey Shelton '05, M.A.T. '06, Men's Basketball Head Coach
Aubrey Shelton '05, M.A.T. '06, gives insight into coaching Puget Sound's men's basketball team, his former career as a high school teacher, and growing up in Tacoma. Prospective students and families are invited to get to know us even more by visiting us in Tacoma, Washington. We offer information sessions and student-led tours of our picturesque residential campus on weekdays and we'd love to show you around.
31:59
July 24, 2019
Claire Martin '17
Claire Martin '17 describes her passion for Shakespeare, experience directing theater off-Broadway, and her upcoming production of Romeo and Juliet in Tacoma. Prospective students and families are invited to get to know us even more by visiting us in Tacoma, Washington. We offer information sessions and student-led tours of our picturesque residential campus on weekdays and we'd love to show you around.
26:07
July 17, 2019
Bailey Gamel '21
Bailey Gamel '21 shares how their love of the television show Grey's Anatomy led them to the Pacific Northwest from Colorado to study communications at University of Puget Sound. Prospective students and families are invited to get to know us even more by visiting us in Tacoma, Washington. We offer information sessions and student-led tours of our picturesque residential campus on weekdays and we'd love to show you around.
23:04
July 10, 2019
Jude Glazer '21
Jude Glazer '21 talks about summer in Tacoma and how a 4th of July vacation led him to University of Puget Sound.  Prospective students and families are invited to get to know us even more by visiting us in Tacoma, Washington. We offer information sessions and student-led tours of our picturesque residential campus on weekdays and we'd love to show you around.
23:14
July 3, 2019
Katline Barrows '21
Katline Barrows '21 shares her experiences with a double major in Environmental Policy and Decision Making and Natural Science and completing an internship at Joint Base Lewis-McChord Fish and Wildlife Program .Prospective students and families are invited to get to know us even more by visiting us in Tacoma, Washington. We offer information sessions and student-led tours of our picturesque residential campus on weekdays and we'd love to show you around.
25:27
June 27, 2019
Alonso Tirado '20
Alonso Tirado '20 shares lessons learned from majoring in Music Education and growing up in Mexico City.  Prospective students and families are invited to get to know us even more by visiting us in Tacoma, Washington. We offer information sessions and student-led tours of our picturesque residential campus on weekdays and we'd love to show you around.
25:14
June 19, 2019
Nate Hess '20
Nate Hess '20 talks about moving from Arlington, Virginia to the Pacific Northwest for college and playing Ultimate Frisbee with the Postmen, Puget Sound's men team.   Prospective students and families are invited to get to know us even more by visiting us in Tacoma, Washington. We offer information sessions and student-led tours of our picturesque residential campus on weekdays and we'd love to show you around .   
28:01
June 14, 2019
Roy Robinson, director for international programs
Roy Robinson, director for international programs, discusses the study abroad opportunities around the world available to Puget Sound students.  Prospective students and families are invited to get to know us even more by visiting us in Tacoma, Washington. We offer information sessions and student-led tours of our picturesque residential campus on weekdays and we'd love to show you around .   
29:31
June 6, 2019
Professors Katherine Smith and Kriszta Kotsis
Professors Katherine Smith and Kriszta Kotsis discuss their love for teaching at small colleges, the Interdisciplinary Humanities Emphasis they co-direct, and the value of learning about the Humanities, broadly defined, for understanding and addressing the challenges of the modern world.  Prospective students and families are invited to get to know us even more by visiting us in Tacoma, Washington. We offer information sessions and student-led tours of our picturesque residential campus on weekdays and we'd love to show you around .      Admitted students ready to take the next step should visit our Welcome Website to prepare for their Puget Sound journey. 
34:48
May 30, 2019
Rachel Johnson '20
Rachel Johnson '20 discusses her work with girls in STEM, her job working in the on-campus cadaver lab, and studying exercise science. Prospective students and families are invited to get to know us even more by visiting us in Tacoma, Washington. We offer information sessions and student-led tours of our picturesque residential campus on weekdays and we'd love to show you around .      Admitted students ready to take the next step should visit our Welcome Website to confirm enrollment and take the next steps to officially be a Puget Sound Logger. 
30:43
May 23, 2019
Rachel Sugar '16
Rachel Sugar ’16 talks about her work as a legal advocate for survivors of domestic violence, her plans to become an attorney, and how Tacoma became “home” during her time at Puget Sound.   If you or someone you know has experienced or may be experiencing domestic violence or sexual assault, there are resources for you. The following three hotlines are free, and staffed and available 24/7.    National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1.800.799.7233  National Sexual Assault Hotline: 1.800.656.4673  National Human Trafficking Hotline: 1.888-373.7888   Prospective students and families are invited to get to know us even more by visiting us in Tacoma, Washington. We offer information sessions and student-led tours of our picturesque residential campus on weekdays and we'd love to show you around .      Admitted students ready to take the next step should visit our Welcome Website to prepare for their Puget Sound journey. 
28:46
May 17, 2019
Ian Fox '14
Ian Fox '14 discusses the evolution of his academic interests as a Puget Sound student and how his journey as an English major has influenced his work as in podcasting and public radio.   Prospective students and families are invited to get to know us even more by visiting us in Tacoma, Washington. We offer information sessions and student-led tours of our picturesque residential campus on weekdays and we'd love to show you around .      Admitted students ready to take the next step should visit our Welcome Website to confirm enrollment and take the next steps to officially be a Puget Sound Logger. 
39:36
May 8, 2019
Sophia Munic '19
Studio Art and French major Sophia Munic '19 discusses how her love of print making and sculpture was fostered through her liberal arts education. Hear about Sophia’s artistic journey culminating in a summer research grant to create an art installation in downtown Tacoma.     Prospective students and families are invited to get to know us even more by visiting us in Tacoma, Washington. We offer information sessions and student-led tours of our picturesque residential campus on weekdays and we'd love to show you around .      Admitted students ready to take the next step should visit our Welcome Website to confirm enrollment and take the next steps to officially be a Puget Sound Logger. 
24:59
May 1, 2019
Vivie Nguyen, director for intercultural engagement
Vivie Nguyen, director for intercultural engagement, shares her experience building equity on campus and striving to make every Puget Sound student feel welcomed, valued, and heard. Learn about how Puget Sound staff and students are engaging in difficult conversations about how to address challenges within college campuses.     Prospective students and families are invited to get to know us even more by visiting us in Tacoma, Washington. We offer information sessions and student-led tours of our picturesque residential campus on weekdays and we'd love to show you around .      Admitted students ready to take the next step should visit our Welcome Website to confirm enrollment and take the next steps to officially be a Puget Sound Logger. 
24:48
April 24, 2019
Jenna Krueger ’21
Jenna Krueger sits down to discuss her interests in psychology and education,  participating in Puget Sound's Honors Program, and her role in the upcoming Repertory Dance Group spring show, "In the Stars."    Prospective students and families are invited to get to know us even more by visiting us in Tacoma, Washington. We offer information sessions and student-led tours of our picturesque residential campus on weekdays and we'd love to show you around .      Admitted students ready to take the next step should visit our Welcome Website to confirm enrollment and take the next steps to officially be a Puget Sound Logger. 
23:40
April 18, 2019
Professor Andrew Gardner
Andrew Gardner, professor of sociology and anthropology, talks about his groundbreaking research on transnational labor migration in the Middle East. Learn about Andrew’s unique teaching philosophy, experiential learning in the classroom, and the benefit of understanding cultures and societies from a holistic perspective.  Prospective students and families are invited to get to know us even more by visiting us in Tacoma, Washington. We offer information sessions and student-led tours of our picturesque residential campus on weekdays and we'd love to show you around .  Admitted students ready to take the next step should visit our Welcome Website to confirm enrollment and take the next steps to officially be a Puget Sound Logger. 
32:16
April 11, 2019
Elena Fulton '19
It’s an Elena-palooza! Elena Fulton talks about her Molecular and Cellular Biology major, her volunteer position in a free neighborhood urgent care, and the research position she has lined up for after her graduation this spring. Prospective students and families are invited to get to know us even more by visiting us in Tacoma, Washington. We offer information sessions and student-led tours of our picturesque residential campus on weekdays and we'd love to show you around . Admitted students ready to take the next step should visit our Welcome Website to confirm enrollment and take the next steps to officially be a Puget Sound Logger. 
25:53
March 27, 2019
Erica Greening '20
Erica Greening, an African American Studies major talks about the Race and Pedagogy National Conference, transferring to Puget Sound, and the Ubiquitous They improv group.   Prospective students and families are invited to get to know us even more by visiting us in Tacoma, Washington. We offer information sessions and student-led tours of our picturesque residential campus on weekdays and we'd love to show you around . Admitted students ready to take the next step should visit our Welcome Website to confirm enrollment and take the next steps to officially be a Puget Sound Logger. 
31:34
March 20, 2019
Lee Nelson '19
Lee Nelson, a Sociology and Anthropology major with minors in French and Asian Studies discusses originally drew him to the Puget Sound from his hometown of St. Paul, Minn. and how he spent his junior year traveling across Russia, India, Thailand, and other countries as part of our signature Pacific Rim Study Abroad program. Prospective students and families are invited to get to know us even more by visiting us in Tacoma, Washington. We offer information sessions and student-led tours of our picturesque residential campus on weekdays and we'd love to show you around . Admitted students ready to take the next step should visit our Welcome Website to confirm enrollment and take the next steps to officially be a Puget Sound Logger. 
23:39
March 14, 2019
Professor Nick Kontogeorgopoulos
Nick Kontogeorgopoulos, Distinguished Professor of International Political Economy and Director of Asian Studies and Global Development Studies,  talks about experiential education at University of Puget Sound, along with a few tangents about classic soft rock. Hear about how students take learning outside of the classroom through high impact opportunities such as internships to study abroad and the role of reflection as part of a rigorous liberal arts education. Prospective students and families are invited to get to know us even more by visiting us in Tacoma, Washington. We offer information sessions and student-led tours of our picturesque residential campus on weekdays and we'd love to show you around . Admitted students ready to take the next step should visit our Welcome Website to confirm enrollment and take the next steps to officially be a Puget Sound Logger. 
20:11
March 6, 2019