The Spring 2016 issue of Pacific magazine is now available in print and online. This issue features several stories about how alumni, students and employees live out the "care" portion of Pacific's mission. Also included is a special insert, Transforming Care, about interprofessional education and practice.
An expert on the politics of international sport, Boykoff opines on the Rio Olympics and Brazil's political and economic chaos.
Kim Stanton '16 is a public health major who wants to return to a rural community like the one she grew up in and change the future for tomorrow's youth.
Computer science major Alex Shinsel '16 uses her art and computer science skills — with a little biology know-how — to create a video game.
Food chemistry has an appeal to almost everyone, says Breanna Miranda ‘16.
For Nicole Lewey ’16 and Jacob Lundgren ’16, computer science and music offer
Psychology major Patrice Fuller '16 researches the roots and implications of a pop culture phenomenon.
Public health major Sara Davidson '16 seeks to make healthy foods more available, and more useful, to those in need.
An environmental studies: policy, culture and society major, Isabella Barcellona '16 researched the factors that make sustainable, affordable housing possible in the Portland area. "I want to continue with the advocacy," she said.
Undergraduate students will present their senior capstones to professors, family and friends.