Pacific basketball player Charli Elliott '19 completed her first novel during freshman year.
Weli Alamillo '18 was excited for the chance to play soccer at the collegiate level. The chance to delve into scientific research, though, was even more exciting.
Clark Wininger ’17 came to Pacific University to play tennis. But through Voyages and the Anthropology/Sociology Department, he’s found a lot more.
Dr. Genevieve Ludwig has accepted a faculty position with the Athletic Training Program. Dr. Ludwig comes to us from Southern Utah University, where she served as the clinical coordinator. Prior to that she served in a similar position at University of Minnesota – Duluth. Dr. Ludwig received her Doctorate of Education from Walden University.
Dr. Neudauer awarded $35,000 to support collaborative research project “Matroids in an International Research Community: generating new researchers.”
Two Pacific Students Awarded US Department of State’s Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship To Study Abroad
Passina Abe and Meriya Sanchez will study in Japan and India, respectively, this fall. They are among just 1,150 undergraduate students nationally to receive the scholarship.
Julia Brim-Edwards (Nike), Sheri Garboden '76 (Flir Systems) and Norman Scott '63 (Ret. US Navy) began their terms on July 1 along with faculty representative Graham Erickson (College of Optometry) and graduate student representative Katie Ohene (Clinical Psychology). Longtime trustee Gerald Yoshida '73 elected as board chair.
Pacific is among 12 private colleges and universities in the state participating. Students who register in advance and visit at least four institutions during the week will receive application fee waivers, and may use the waivers to apply to any Oregon Alliance of Independent Colleges and Universities member institution.
Pacific University Legends Salutes Tommy Thayer and Generates More than $500,000 to Support Athletics and Music
The annual event hosted by KISS guitarist and university trustee Tommy Thayer concludes its 10-year run.
Dr. Nathan Lighthizer was honored by the Association of Schools and Colleges of Optometry at its annual luncheon on June 29.