April 5, 2012
A piece of history, a legacy for the University, and a timely reminder to look beyond ourselves and give back.
April 2, 2012
Charlotte Basch '14, featured on the cover of the Spring 2012 issue of Pacific, has received a coveted national scholarship.
A change in major in the 1980s led Pacific alumnus Bruce Fleskes on a journey among the stars.
Thirty years after it started, the Tom McCall Forum is remembered as an experiment that exceeded expectations, bringing national leaders to Pacific’s backyard to debate the hot issues of the day.
The legacy lives on today as the new Tom McCall Center for Policy Innovation empowers Pacific University students to be active citizens and gives them a voice in local politics, campaigns and policymaking.
Darren Reiley ’96 didn’t realize his call to service until after he graduated. But the executive director of the Eugene-based Peace Village traces his journey back to his Pacific roots.
Henry Kaulia '82 was a beloved Pacific alumnus and dedicated teacher and coach. Now, his friends are honoring his memory with a scholarship for students who want to follow in his footsteps.
Tidbits of news from Pacific's campuses.
Featuring award-winning alumni, faculty and staff in the world of athletics, including Judy Sherman, Josh Rhoden and Alec Webster.
Featuring the new founding dean of the future College of Business; new programs in Arts & Sciences, Education and Health Professions; the transition to a doctoral program for occupational therapy; community recognition of the School of Dental Health Science; and Pacific's newest office locations.
Civic engagement is more than a requirement at Pacific University—it's a passion. Students, faculty and staff contributed hundreds of thousands of hours of service to their communities in 2010–11, through course work, cocurricular teams and clubs, and personal endeavors.