Dave Furman MAT ’06 and Jessica Richter-Furman MAT ’06 traveled down different roads. But their paths intersected when they sought their graduate teaching degrees at Pacific University.
This project began in September of 2013, when Theatre Professor Ellen Margolis introduced me to Ginger Moshofsky, then in Pacific’s Office of Alumni Relations. She was inspired by the Whitman College Letters Project, which gathered original materials, like journals and letters, from their alumni and pieced them into a play.
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Ralph Watkins ’08 earned an undergraduate degree in education at Pacific University to begin a second career as a teacher. Today, he is principal of the K-12 school in the Inupiak village of Shismaref, Alaska.
Ralph Watkins ‘08 is what you might call a wanderer, or free spirit. This is a man who once chose his next home by throwing a dart at a world map while blindfolded. But it’s more than restless feet that brought Watkins to his latest adventure.
This fall, Clint Rodreick ’06, MAT ‘08 sorted through his recycling and brought a pile of personal documents to his high school class. He’d redacted credit card numbers and other sensitive information, but otherwise, he challenged his students to discover what they could about him from his mail.