University News

New MFA Faculty Publication

Announcing Bonnie Jo Campbell's new story collection, Mothers, Tell Your Daughters (W.W. Norton & Company, Inc., 2015), which was a New York Times Editors' Choice.

Public invited to Pacific University for Middle East Peace Forum on Thursday, Oct. 29

The Center for Peace and Spirituality presents leaders from The Abraham Initiatives, an entity that promotes coexistence and equality among Jewish and Arab citizens in Israel. Admission is free.

Optometry Professor Karl Citek Earns Prestigious Professional Status

Dr. Citek, a Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry, recently earned Diplomate status, a designation only seven percent of all FAAOs have achieved.

School of Pharmacy Assistant Professor Ashim Malhotra Authors Textbook Chapter

School of Pharmacy Assistant Professor Ashim Malhotra has authored a chapter in the recently-published textbook "Pharmacotherapeutics for Nurse Practitioner Providers".

Pharmacy Professor to Compete in Regional of Game Day Chef Challenge

Dr. Mark Della Paolera is one of six finalists who will take part in the Northwest Region Cook-Off of Chevron/Texaco's Game Day Chef Challenge this weekend.

History Professor Richard Ivan Jobs Featured in New Documentary

Voyagers Without Trace invites viewers to join the filmmaker to uncover what happened to three French adventurers.

Balkan Blues Comes to Pacific University

An exhibit featuring the photography of Dženat Dreković precedes his 10-day visit that culminates with a special night of photography and music.

m-pact Kicks Off Pacific University's Performing Arts Series on Saturday, Oct. 17

The first of five shows features the six-member men's A cappella group from Los Angeles.

'Accidental' Student Finds Success Over 50 Years

Ron Tammen '65 was an "accidental" Pacific student, recruited by the famous Charles Trombley. He went on to his own success as a global expert in political science.

Pacific Celebrates Homecoming 2015 with Flair

“Boxers win! Boxers win!”

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