Nearly 320 students within the colleges of Education, Health Professions and Optometry earn their professional degrees.
Nearly 300 students participate in commencement ceremony signifying the completion of their undergraduate studies.
The senior from Colorado will travel to Belgium to work with others on treatment for young people with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.
The Medical Research Foundation award is the third grant awarded to Pacific
Students showcase the knowledge and skills acquired during their time at the university.
The junior from Seaside earns the prestigious honor for the second straight year.
Shilpi Banerjee to serve on American Academy of Audiology Board of Directors beginning July 1.
Pacific earns the distinction for the third consecutive year.
Caleb Malychewski and Bruce Balcita are named NWCA Division III Scholar All-Americans.
The Center for College Affordability & Productivity includes Pacific in its annual list of institutions with the best professors.
Michael Millard joins Oregon Governor's Task Force on Prescription Drug Abuse.
Students, faculty and staff receive a discounted membership rate. Memberships also available to the general public.
Pacific has been Hawai'i residents' mainland university for more than 70 years
Due to the threat of icy road conditions, all university locations (campuses, clinics and administrative offices) will not open on Wednesday, Jan. 23 until noon.
University's fifth college will begin operation in July.
Dr. Smith is the first Pacific faculty member to earn the academy's highest honor for an educator.
Sigrid Roberts, Ph.D., has received funding to study the metabolism of a parasite that causes a debilitating disease in the hopes of developing better treatment.
Physics professor is the first faculty member from Pacific to receive the honor.
Chemistry Student Tyler Oshiro Earns Best Paper Award at Northwest Undergraduate Research Conference
The senior from Aiea, Hawaii is honored for research on an enzyme that affects the metabolism of nicotine and other drugs.
Business professor Michelle Cowing, Optometry student Kasie Rust, alumnus Robert Barrett '66 and OHSU President Emeritus Peter Kohler, M.D. join the university's chief governing body.
The new offering within the College of Health Professions has been accredited by the Compliance Certification Board.
A solo performance by legendary actor Ed Asner as FDR highlights the series' 19th season
CareerCast's rankings of the top health care professions include eight of the University's professional programs.
First annual Day of Service brings more than 160 students, faculty, staff and alumni together for community engagement
The oldest incorporated chamber orchestra in the country opens its 66th season with Celestial Connections.
Dawes will work with undergraduate students to study the quantum state of light, which could lead to advances in computing. The first year of the grant is valued at $91,885, with additional funding expected.
The associate professor, who founded the University's Latino Bilingual clinical psychology track, will teach in Mexico next month on the psychological effects of transnational (circular or back and forth) migration.
The College of Arts & Sciences welcomes more than 500 freshmen and transfer students. Classes begin Monday.
The school's three-year Doctor of Audiology degree (Au.D.) program will begin this fall.
School of Physician Assistant Studies to offer program designed to help rural communities, military veterans
The Health & Human Services Department has awarded the school with a five-year grant of nearly $1 million to begin a rural healthcare track in which students will provide needed care to underserved communities.