University News

Voyages to Stage from Parking Lot P in August

Parking Lot P, the faculty/staff designated lot on Main Street, will be unavailable for parking on Aug. 14, 19, 20 and 25.

End of Year Message from President Hallick

Thanks to all faculty and staff for your tremendous efforts for students. We look forward to a great new academic year.

Pharmacy Preceptor Spotlight | June 2016

This quarter our featured preceptor is Dr. Stephen Gunadi, PharmD from Providence St. Peter Hospital. Continue reading to learn more about Dr. Gunadi's experience working as a preceptor with Pacific University School of Pharmacy students. 

Pacific University Mourns the Loss of Recent Graduate Colin Scott ’16

The Pacific University community mourns the tragic loss of recent graduate Colin Scott ’16, who passed away on June 7 as a result of an accident at Yellowstone National Park.

In the News: Students Fill A Gap In Mental Health Care For Immigrants

School of Professional Psychology students provide counseling for the underserved Latino community.

Dr. Wendy Hanks Named School of Audiology Interim Director

Hanks will succeed inaugural director Dr. Victoria Keetay, who has accepted an executive position with Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences in Yakima, Wash.

 

College of Arts & Sciences Dean Lisa Carstens Honored by New Mexico Theatre Company

Dr. Carstens' play, Future Perfect, is among just seven selected for FUSION's annual short works festival, The Seven, that runs June 9-12.

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.

 

Community Collaboration Celebration Recognizes Local Partners

The Center for Civic Engagement recognized outstanding community partners during the 2015-2016 academic year at its annual celebration on April 26.

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