University News

Dawn Salgado Awarded Research Grant

Dawn Salgado, Psychology, has been awarded one of only two Mamie Phipps Clark Research Grant Awards.

Jeff Seward Completes Documentary

Jeff Seward, Politics and Government, recently completed a documentary, The Grasshopper Women.

Christine Sneed's Novel Earns Award

Christine Sneed, MFA, received the 21st Century Award for her first novel, Little Known Facts.

Blake Timm Runs Portland Marathon

Blake Timm, Athletics, set a personal best in running the Portland

Chris Wilkes Publishes Book on Jane Austen

Chris Wilkes, Sociology, has published a new book, Social Jane: The Small, Secret Sociology of Jane Austen.

Experience Guides New Head of SPP Track

Ruth Zuniga brings life experience to School of Professional Psychology's Latino/bilingual track.

'It Leads You to New Things'

Carol Pott '86 recalls how her liberal arts education at Pacific University started a journey that has included everything from working in post-genocide Rwanda to singing French ye-ye music.

Aurae Beidler Publishes Analysis

Aurae Beidler, MHA, provided analysis in “Identifying Your Risk with New Audit Programs” in a recent edition of the e-newsletter HealthData Management.

Jules Boykoff Published in The Guardian

Jules Boykoff, Politics and Government, wrote “Bidder Beware: to host the Olympics comes at considerable cost” in the Oct. 31 edition of The Guardian.

Pat Caroline Presents Keynote in London

Pat Caroline, Optometry, was a keynote speaker at the Contact Lens Specialist Symposium held in London in September.

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