Caves and Prater talk to former Boise State FB Brad Lau on his memories with the program at the start of the Coach Petersen era, and if he expected the program to become as dominant as the Broncos have become.
Brad Lau, VP of Student Life at George Fox University shares his Higher Ed. Journey (Ep. 10)
An Educated Life
Brad Lau is the Vice President of Student Life at George Fox University. He has been in higher education for over two decades and he shares a little bit of his experience, wisdom, and leadership with me. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/aneducatedlife/support
Lau is in his 16th year as vice president for student life at George Fox and has served in student life roles at a number of public and private universities (including George Fox) for almost 30 years. He is a past president of the Association for Christians in Student Development (ACSD) and past chair for the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities’ Senior Student Development Officers Commission.Lau, a native of Colorado, earned a doctor of education in educational leadership and policy studies from Temple University in Philadelphia and a master’s degree in student affairs in higher education from Colorado State University. He did his undergraduate work at Liberty University in Virginia, receiving a bachelor of science in Christian thought as well as a master’s degree in religion from Liberty Theological Seminary. Brad is an avid Denver Broncos football fan who loves playing tennis, reading, theology and connecting with students. He is married to Pam, and they have three daughters (Gabrielle, 15; Annalise, 17; and Michaela, 19). They live in Newberg with their two dogs and a cat.