An environmental studies: policy, culture and society major, Isabella Barcellona '16 researched the factors that make sustainable, affordable housing possible in the Portland area. "I want to continue with the advocacy," she said.
Undergraduate students will present their senior capstones to professors, family and friends.
The competition is an opportunity for all Pacific University students to share their innovative ideas for a chance to earn scholarship money. Learn more about the competition criteria and learn how to enter.
An offering of the university's centers for Civic Engagement and Sustainable Society, the sale features a wide selection from the B Street Farm.
As an education major and Japanese minor, Diane Lebowitz '16 has enjoyed making connections with fellow students and local youth with a variety of language and cultural backgrounds through Pacific.
Public Health Professor Moriah McSharry McGrath has been collaborating with the Community Alliance of Tenants to better research operations and get more information on the health impacts of eviction in Portland.
History Professor Larry Lipin recently participated in a panel discussion, "State of the Field on Interactions Between Labor and Environmental History," at the meeting of the Organization of American Historians in Rhode Island.
Anthropology Professor Jessica Harden published in New Mana: Transformation of a Classis Concept in Pacific Languages and Cultures.
Free and personalized one-hour TIAA-CREF financial counseling sessions will be offered to faculty and staff members on both the Forest Grove and Hillsboro campuses throughout the rest of the spring semester.
Boykoff's latest book, Power Games: A Political History of the Olympics, is expected to be released later this year.