University News

MFA Faculty Present Public Readings in Forest Grove

The Pacific University Master of Fine Arts in Writing program will host readings by some of America’s finest writers during its 10-day residency on the Forest Grove Campus. Free and open to the public, the evening readings take place at 7:30 p.m. from Friday, June 17, through Friday, June 24, in the Taylor-Meade Performing Arts Center.

Pacific Hosts Girls Engineering Camp

The Pacific University Center for Gender Equity will host a Girls Engineering Camp June 20 to 24 on the Forest Grove Campus. Open to girls ages 8 to 12, the daycamp will explore soft circuits, 3D printing and more.

 

Columbia Sportswear Opens Doors to Pacific Employees

Use this invitation and your Boxer Card for access to the Columbia Employee Store through June 26!

Philosophy of Glub

Pacific is paying tribute to retiring Philosophy Professor Dave Boersema’s career and influence on students with the Philosophy Book Fund. 

Spring Commencement Brings Graduates and Families Together

More than 400 bachelor's degree candidates and nearly 350 professional degree candidates took part on Saturday, May 21.

Doug Weberling '72, OD '74 Named Recipient of 2016 Kamelia Massih Prize for a Distinguished Optometrist

Dr. Weberling received the honor at Pacific's spring commencement on May 21.

Professor Dave Boersema Retires After 31 Years at Pacific

The Douglas C. Strain Chair of Natural Philosophy and a distinguished university professor gave the keynote address at the university's spring undergraduate commencement.

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Class of 2016 Valedictorian Bruno Gegenhuber

The biology major from Roseburg graduated summa cum laude on May 21 and is one of two students to have received a Fulbright award this year.

Exploring Options Overseas

Emily Brant '16 heads to Israel to gain hands-on experience before pursuing a master's in speech-language pathology.

Pacific University's Annual Music in May Concert Set for Saturday, May 28

Sixty-eighth annual festival to host more than 400 student-musicians from throughout the Pacific Northwest May 26-28.

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