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Medical Insurance Waiver Deadline

This is a reminder to complete your medical insurance waiver by August 13, 2014.

Pacific University in the News: July 8-13, 2014

Selected news stories featuring or mentioning the university that published July 8-13, 2014.

School of Pharmacy Honored for Innovative Curriculum

A new series of tutorials developed by Pacific faculty and staff has been selected as a national winner by the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy. Assistant professor Brendan Stamper will present it at the AACP annual meeting later this month.

Parking Lot D Closed July 20-25

Lot D, located off of Cedar Street between the Holce Tennis Courts and the Strain Science Center, will be unavailable for parking beginning Sunday evening, July 20, through Friday, July 25.

Coordinate PUMP It Up! Pacific's Mentor Program

Become the full-time PUMP It Up! Coordinator/ AmeriCorps member serving in the CCE to support mentors as they empower youth in local high-needs schools!

Motor Pool Mileage Rate Increase

Due to higher gasoline prices and repair costs, a necessary rate increase will go into effect July 15, 2014 for the use of the university vehicles.

Campus Trees Removed for Safety

Many birches on campus were diseased, posing a hazard. A re-landscaping plan is underway.

Forest Grove Campus Library Summer Hours

The Forest Grove Campus library's summer hours began Sunday, May 18.

Brent Ericksen Named Head Cross Country/Track & Field Coach

An experienced coach at the Division I, Division II, Division III, NAIA and Olympics levels, Ericksen comes to Pacific after three seasons at Division I Morehead State (Ky.).

New Web Security Feature Addition

University Information Services (UIS) has recently deployed new equipment that has allowed us to turn on Internet security protections and block known security risks for users connected to the university network.

New Website Update

August Launch

Professor Jules Boykoff Provides Insight on 2014 World Cup

The chair of the university's Politics & Government Department has appeared on Al Jazeera America and New Zealand National Radio, in Sports Illustrated, The Guardian and elsewhere.

Student Conduct Code Updates

Several small revisions have been made to the Student Conduct hearing appeal process to provide better clarity, follow best practices, and streamline the appeal timeline. Read about these revisions on our website: pacificu.edu/studentlife/conduct

Taylor-Meade Performing Arts Center Recognized as a Top Facility

BestValueSchools.com ranks the building 14th nationally among university performing arts centers.

Facilities Work Order Hiatus

During the summer months, the Facilities Department needs to concentrate on Residence Hall work and scheduled construction projects, so we are unable to accept work orders during that time.

Stoller Center Summer Hours

The Stoller Center will be open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday-Friday and closed Saturdays, Sundays and holidays during the summer.

Latest Crop of Educators, Optometrists and Health Practitioners Graduate from Pacific

Students from the colleges of Education, Health Professions and Optometry celebrate with family and friends before entering their respective professions.

Kirk Smick '66, OD '67 Named Fourth Recipient of Kamelia Massih Prize for a Distinguished Optometrist

Named in honor of the late Dr. Massih, the award recognizes a Pacific graduate who has served the optometric profession with distinction.

Women in Computer Science Club receives Grant

The new student club, Women in Computer Science, receives $1,000 grant from the National Center for Women and Information Technology (NCWIT).

Latina Guest Poets to Read Their Poetry

May 15. 9:3011:00am. Taylor Aud. Sponsors: Center for Gender Equity & Pacific Spanish Program. Join us in congratulating students from the Adelante Mujeres Program as they read from their original works and receive a certificate of completion.

English Course: The Romantic Period

Course announcement: The Romantic Period British Literature, offered Fall 2014, MW 2:15-3:50

New Course: Oscar Wilde's World

New Course for Fall 2014. Oscar Wilde's World. 2 credits, offered the first half of the semester, meeting MW 4-5:30

Professor Lorelle Browning Receives Second Fulbright Research Scholar Grant

Browning, the chair of Pacific University's English Department, will be a visiting U.S. Scholar in Vietman for the 2014-15 academic year.

New Website Sneak Peek

Check out our new website in progress

Brand Tip | How to Refer to University Campuses and Locations

Pacific University includes various campuses, clinics and sites.

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