University Museum and Archives
The University remembers Rowena Bramlette, former associate vice president of budgeting and member of the UP class of 1988, who passed away on January 23, 2020. To celebrate the life of our friend and colleague, the University Museum has a photo display of Rowena in the Buckley Center first floor display case next to the Diversity Center (BC 102). All are welcome to stop by the display and remember Rowena.
For more information contact Carolyn Connolly, museum coordinator, at email@example.com or x8038.
The University remembers Fr. Pomerleau for his years of service to the University community as priest, political science professor, administrator, and pastoral resident. Our memorial post from the University Archives and Museum about Fr. Pomerleau’s work at the University and beyond can be found here.
As a complement to the online entry, please also see the memorial and photo display for Fr. Pomerleau in the Buckley Center first floor display case near the Studies Abroad office.
For more information contact Carolyn Connolly, museum coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org or x8038.
Dundon-Berchtold Hall excavations recently disclosed a lost, unknown, unidentified building frame inches below the surface of campus. A real live mystery for the University Archives! According to museum coordinator Carolyn Connolly, “We aced it in a day with the assistance of databases left by earlier archivists, but this report has taken longer.” Read the archives and museum blog post to follow the clues.
Contact Connolly at x8038 or email@example.com for more information.
Congratulations to our retiring faculty members! The University Archives and Museum announces a new blog post featuring these four members of the University of Portland family. Visit our site for a slideshow of the honored retirees.
To complement the blog post, the museum also has a photograph display of the retiring faculty in the display case on the first floor of Buckley Center (across from the Studies Abroad office).
Contact Carolyn Connolly, museum coordinator, at x8038 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The Dundon-Berchtold academic building is on schedule and even hosting tours. Looking back 50 years, Buckley Center was new to campus then. Students and faculty moving in for spring semester of 1969. A new academic building with all of the modern furnishings. Visit the Museum and Archives blog for an anniversary post about Buckley Center with photos and fun facts.
As a complement to the blog post there is a picture display of Buckley Center in the first floor display case of Buckley Center across from the Studies Abroad office.
For more information, contact Carolyn Connolly, museum coordinator, at x8038 or email@example.com.