annual young alumni endowment dinner
TO MOVE BEYOND NICKERSON STREET IS TO SERVE THE
The Young Alumni Scholarship Endowment
honors Seattle Pacific seniors who live out the University's vision
to engage the culture and change the world. Join us for a celebration
of such outstanding commitment and service.
Friday, October 19, 2007
Upper Gwinn Commons
Annual Young Alumni Endowment Dinner
$25/person or $250 table sponsorship
RSVP by contacting our office
RSVP BY OCTOBER 12, 2007 (no refunds after this date)
KEYNOTE SPEAKER: John Medina
Director, Brain Center for Applied Learning Research
Seattle Pacific University
John Medina is a developmental molecular biologist and private
research consultant working primarily in the biotechnology and
pharmaceutical industries on issues related to mental health. As
director of the Brain Center at SPU, Medina works with educators
and brain scientists to optimize learning environments.
YOUNG ALUM TESTIMONY: Kristen Eddings, '06
Miss Washington 2006
After obtaining a degree in international affairs, Kristin Eddings became the first Miss Washington in 16 years to place in the Top 10 at the Miss America pageant. With a heart for international education, she plans to join the Peace Corps, pursue graduate studies, and eventually work in government.
YOUNG ALUM SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENT 2007-08: Aleya (Mullett) Hanson
Coordinator, Kenya Water Project
For her academic success and service with passion, Aleya (Mullett) Hanson was selected to receive the Young Alumni Endowment Scholarship. A hospital volunteer with Mercy Ships in Sierra Leone and Togo, West Africa, the University Scholar, and nursing and sociology double major, has initiated a clean water project in the Samburu District of kenya.