University News

"Pacific Has So Many Different Opportunities"

Elona Wilson '18 explored a lot of options before settling on early childhood education. "Pacific has so many different opportunities," she said.

Campus Wellness Newsletter | April 2016

Want to win a $20 Starbucks gift card? Check out our April newsletter to find out how!

Celebrate Dr. Richard Rutt on His Retirement

Dr. Richard Rutt, director of the School of Physical Therapy, will retire this spring. Celebrate his career with a reception from 3 to 6 p.m. April 20, in the Sara Hopkins-Powell Atrium, Hillsboro Campus Building 2.

CCE Gets Students Into Community Through G.I.V.E.

The Center for Civic Engagement hosted G.I.V.E. projects, helping to get students involved in community.  

 

Center for Civic Engagement Hosts Give & Go

The Center for Civic Engagement will host its annual spring Give & Go donation event May 13-18.

Innovative Ideas Competition Open to All Students

Faculty and staff: Encourage your students to sign up today. The event is from 10 a.m. to noon April 30, in Strain Science Center Room 121.

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This Alumna is working as a Junior Software Engineer

Alexandrea Beh, class of 2015, was the founder and club president of Women in Computer Science (WICS). So you might be thinking, she must have entered college knowing that she wanted to be a CS major? Well, you’d be wrong.

Just because you earn your degree in one field, that doesn't mean you have to follow the obvious path!

Public Invited to Health Fair on Saturday, April 2

A number of complimentary health screenings and much more, courtesy of the colleges of Health Professions and Optometry, will be available at the Tuality Health Education Center in Hillsboro.

Bruno Gegenhuber '16 Selected for Fulbright US Student Award to Germany

The senior majoring in biology will work with a University of Erlangen team that is researching the addictive mechanisms of alcoholism.

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