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First Education Majors Graduate

First Education Majors Graduate

The following is adapted from a monthly letter sent in June 2011 to donors and friends of Multnomah.

May, with its wonderful commencement celebration, is the most exciting — and the busiest — month of the year for Multnomah University.

It’s when we witness the fruit of our labors, 200 graduates, cross the stage to receive their diplomas and our congratulations. It’s when we replay the stories of the quiet yet relentless grace of God in the lives of malleable students who will extend our mission and vision.

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Hey Kids! Help Find Mitch The Lion!

Comments Off Written on April 30th, 2009 by
Categories: Faculty, General, Programs

Have you ever played "Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?"

Well, perhaps you should try out:

"Where in the World is the Multnomah Lion?"

Mitch the Lion needs your help to solve the case of the Missing Sphinx's Nose!

Yes, It's a FREE event!

  • Hosted by the MAT/Teacher Education Department
  • Put on by the EDU 506 - Cultural Competency class
  • Designed to be an exercise in teaching and learning about multicultural issues
  • Free refreshments
  • Free pictures with Multnomah's mascot "Mitch the Lion"

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  • Ms. Chris Piper in the Teacher's Education Department
  • 503.251.6439
  • Names and ages of children attending
  • Your contact name and phone number

You can also look at our Master Calendar

(Little known fact: The MU Lion athletics mascot is named "Mitch the Lion" after our founder, Dr. John Mitchell.)