Pacific University in the News: Aug. 16-23, 2012


Monday, August 27, 2012

 

Commentary: Football experiences rebirth at small-college level
(Corvallis Gazette-Times © 08/23/2012) - University mention: Football program reinstatement. 

It was a summer to remember
(The Times [Tigard, Tualatin, Sherwood] © 08/22/2012) - Boxer and Football/Baseball student athlete Nathan Suyematsu. 

In Brief Sports
(News-Times [Forest Grove] © 08/21/2012) - Lauren Esbensen named associate athletics director.

A debt repaid to Tug Thogerson
(News-Times [Forest Grove] © 08/21/2012) - Alumnus and football student-athlete Tug Thogerson. 

Yearlong teaching apprenticeships proposed
(Eugene Register-Guard © 08/20/2012) - College of Education mentorship program (Chalkboard Project) with Springfield school district. 

Beaverton, Banks and Beyond; THPRD fall registration: Your Washington County
(The Oregonian online © 08/18/2012) - Girls Gather for Computer Science camp recap. 

Scene and Heard: Pacific University Legends Classic Auction and Golf Tournament
(The Oregonian  © 08/18/2012) 

Marijuana Petitioner Will Make Secretary of State's Race Tighter
(Willamette Week [Portland] © 08/18/2012) - McCall Center Director and Politics & Government instructor Jim Moore provides analysis. 

Chalkboard Project awards $180,000 in teacher preparation and recruitment grants to local districts
(The Oregonian  © 08/17/2012) - College of Education Chalkboard Project partnerships with Springfield, Woodburn, Tillamook, Sherwood and Newberg districts. 

Man's overnight disappearance in Portland raises questions about dementia care, independence
(The Oregonian  © 08/16/2012) - Gerontology program director and Occupational Therapy professor Linda Hunt provides analysis.