PLNU Events Calendar

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01
May

Student soloists are featured in movements from orchestral concerti including works by Elgar, Mahler, Mendelssohn, Mozart, and Schumann, performed by the PLNU Chamber Orchestra.

Free Admission

Crill Performance Hall
Music
02
May

ROMANCE: Kelsey Kammeraad, soprano, in student recital with Ines Irawati, piano.

Saturday May 2nd at 7:30 p.m. in Crill Performance Hall.

This event is FREE and includes a reception following the event.

Crill Performance Hall
Music
08
May

PLNU performing ensembles celebrate the semester's end with this gala event.

Free Admission.

Crill Performance Hall
Music
09
May

Commencement Convocations:

Graduate:

10:00 a.m.

Graduate Degrees                                                            

Undergraduate:

1:00 p.m.

College of Arts and Sciences
School of Education, School of Nursing

4:00 p.m.

College of Social Sciences and Professional Studies
School of Business

Greek Amphitheatre
Academic Affairs
10
May

Sammy Young, violin, in student recital, with Sarah Victor, piano.

Sunday May 10, 3 p.m. in Crill Performance Hall

FREE

Crill Performance Hall
Music
12
May

Dr._Oshea_Clodagh_1.jpgDr. Clodagh O'Shea (William Scandling Associate Professor, Molecular and Cell Biology Laboratory at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies, La Jolla, CA)

Webpage:  http://www.salk.edu/faculty/oshea.html 

Seminar Title:  "Exploiting Viruses to Understand and Treat Cancer."

 

To learn more about Perspectives on Science and to register for the event, please click here

Questions?  Contact either Dr. Michael McConnell at mmcconnell@pointloma.edu (619) 849-2304 or LeAnne Elizondo at lelizond@pointloma.edu (619) 849-2205.

PLNU Fermanian Business Center - Conference Room and Cunningham Dining Room
Biology
17-27
May

Guided tour of historic sites with plenty of free time in Washington DC, Philadelphia, Boston & NYC!


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Itinerary Highlights

May 17 Arrive in Washington DC

Individual transfers from Reagan National airport (DCA) or Washington Dulles airport (IAD)

Free time to relax and explore the city

Welcome Dinner at a local restaurant

Nighttime Illumination Tour of monuments and memorials riding in our air conditioned coach bus

May 18 Washington DC

Lincoln, Vietnam, Korean, World War II Memorials

Free time at Smithsonian Institution to explore the National Air and Space, Natural History, Portrait Gallery and American Art Museums 

May 19 Washington DC

White House or Capital tour (Arrangements in progress)

Frederick Douglass’ Home

Ford’s Theater play or Kennedy Center concert 

May 20 Washington DC, Gettysburg

Manassas Battlefield Tour led by PLNU alumnus, Bob Sutton (68), who is the Chief Historian for the US National Parks Service

Overnight in Gettysburg

May 21 Gettysburg

Gettysburg National Park

Colonial style, candlelight dinner at Dobbin House 

May 22 Gettysburg-Philadelphia

Travel to Philadelphia

Reading Terminal Market (Philly food favorites)

Independence Hall

Liberty Bell

Dinner at a local restaurant

May 23 Philadelphia-Boston

Travel to Boston

May 24 Boston

Morning tour of historic Boston sights by Dr. Ben Cater (02), PLNU alumnus and Professor of US History at ENC

Afternoon at leisure to explore Boston

May 25 Boston-New York

Travel to the “Big Apple”

Afternoon and evening at leisure to explore NYC

May 26 New York

Times Square, Greenwich Village, Financial District, China Town

9/11 Memorial 

Dinner together

Broadway show

May 27 New York-Depart for home

Breakfast 

Individual transfers to LaGuardia airport (LGA), John F Kennedy International airport (JFK) or Newark airport (EWR)

Included in Tour Price

Coach Bus Transportation.  Travelers will enjoy the comfort of an air-conditioned coach bus to get around during the trip.

Individual Transfers to/from the airport.  Arrival transfers can be provided from Reagan National airport (DCA) or Washington Dulles airport (IAD).  Departure transfers can be provided to LaGuardia airport (LGA), John F Kennedy International airport (JFK) or Newark airport (EWR). 

Meals. 10 Breakfasts and 4 dinners included in trip price.  

Sightseeing.  Admission charges to museums and national parks included in trip price. 

Tour Director. The services of a professional Tour Director will be provided throughout.

Not Included in Tour Price

Airfare, airport taxes, and extra baggage charges. Travelers book their own flights so they can arrive early, stay longer, and use frequent flyer miles.

Food and beverages outside of meals included in itinerary

Tips for coach bus driver, tour director, and local guide

Personal expenses such as laundry, cleaning, telephone, telex and fax expenses

Passports & Visas

For travelers coming from outside the U.S., passports must comply with immigration regulations.  Regulations include, but are not limited to the following: must have at least 2 blank pages when entering a country and must have no less than 6 months before expiring.  It is the responsibility of the traveler to check visa requirements and obtain visa(s).

Estimated Trip Cost

The final number of travelers determines the final per-person trip cost.  Individual cancellations may necessitate an adjustment in the per person trip cost.  The trip is already half full so we expect to sell out quickly.  Estimated Trip Cost $2,570 per person (double occupancy)

Payment & Important Dates

January 9, 2015     $300 per traveler (non-refundable deposit)

March 2, 2015 Final payment

Limited Space!  Reserve Your Spot Now.

The trip is currently half full.  Email MeganONeill@pointloma.edu or call (619) 849-2586 to secure your place on the trip, and we will provide you with the reservation form.

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Northeast US
Alum
18-22
May

Cultivating Wholeness

An examination of healthy living for the church and pastoral leaders.

This course is a study of Christian formation that includes personal and congregational practices that contribute to mature faith formation and ministry. Some key questions to be explored are:

  • What is Christian maturity?
  • How does one cultivate a holy life personally and in community?
  • What does my calling mean for my relationship to the church?
  • What keeps a leader healthy in a lifetime of ministry?

Join us as we learn how to cultivate wholeness in pastoral service!

Instructors:

  • Rebecca Laird, D.Min., Associate Professor, School of Theology and Christian Ministry, Point Loma Nazarene University
  • Chris Adams, Ph.D., Associate Campus Pastor for Community Care, Azusa Pacific University

Seminar Registration:

  • Early Bird Registration (On or Before May 14th) - $79
  • General Registration (After May 14th) - $99

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Seminars by the Sea are continuing education opportunities for pastors and church leaders to escape for several days of knowledge and skill development. Questions about this event? Contact Nikki Botts at 619-849-2410 or NikkiBotts@pointloma.edu.

Seminars can also be counted as units toward PLNU’s Master of Ministry degree program.

Smee Hall- Room 100
Center for Pastoral Leadership
18
May

Thank you for your interest in the Alumni & Friends Washington DC Dinner. Unfortuntely we are sold out of tickets. We apologize for the inconvenience but hope you understand that the interest in attending was great and we cannot accomodate everyone.

Blessings.

Visit www.pointloma.edu/areaevents or call 800-478-5662.

Mount Vernon Inn Restaurant
Alum