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Lori G. Power

Lori is the founding coordinator of the School of Social Work's Applied Arts and Social Justice Certificate. Writing, theatre, music, dance, and film are some of the many ways the arts can be used to bring about healing, both at the individual and societal levels, and Lori loves them all. She lives in Portland and grows ridiculous amounts of food.


The uses of art as a medium for social justice and healing


Selected Publications

"University Students' Perceptions of Plagiarism" The Journal of Higher Education, Nov/Dec 2009.

Other Scholarly Activity

Using Expeditionary Learning in the College Classroom, Teaching Academic Survival Skills Conference, March 2010

Lori Power

Lori G. Power


M.A., Ed.D.


Coordinator, Applied Arts and Social Justice Certificate

Portland Campus

Hersey 410

(207) 221-4493

On Campus