Dec. 14-20, 2012
Pacific University in the News
Two Forest Grove delegates will share what they learned at the Terra Madre Slow Food conference in Turin, Italy
(Forest Grove Leader/Oregonian online © 12/20/2012) - Art professor Terry O'Day recognized as a leader in sustainable food practices.
Pacific pursues the holy grail of sustainability
(Forest Grove News-Times © 12/19/2012)
Shootings point to a national, not local, problem
(Forest Grove News-Times © 12/19/2012) - Opinion piece by alumna Callie Vandewiele.
Regional treasure is a gift-buying pleasure
(Forest Grove News-Times © 12/19/2012) - Alumna and staff member Dana Zurcher discusses the popularity of Valley Art.
International 3D Society & 3D@Home to Present Opening Day 3D Seminar at the Consumer Electronics Show January 8th in Las Vegas
(CNBC © 12/19/2012) - Vision Performance Institute director and Optometry professor Jim Sheedy to present at Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas next month. Syndicated nationally.
Coal Exports Emerging as Major Climate Fight in the Pacific Northwest
(Think Progress © 12/19/2012) - Essay by Politics & Government chair and associate professor Jules Boykoff. Syndicated elsewhere.
Pacific basketball: A clean bill of health
(Forest Grove Leader/Oregonian online © 12/19/2012)
Local Roundup: Sarah Mackey leads UCSC women's basketball team to OT win against Pacific University
(Santa Cruz Sentinel [Calif.] © 12/19/2012)
Snow dusts Forest Grove and surrounding communities but doesn't cause trouble
(The Oregonian online © 12/18/2012) - Marsh Hall photographed.
Making Good: Idaho job changes, recognition and other achievements
(Idaho Statesman [Boise] © 12/18/2012) - Physical Therapy alumna Rebecca Schlabs.
Making sense of the senseless after the Connecticut school shooting
(The Oregonian online © 12/18/2012) - Opinion piece by Sociology/Anthropology assistant professor Aaron Greer.
Hermiston native earns degree
(East Oregonian [Pendleton] © 12/18/2012) - Graduation announcement: Chelsey Vandewall (Dental Hygiene).
Advanced Degrees 12/16/12
(Eau Claire Leader Telegram [Wis.] © 12/16/2012) - Graduation announcements: Anne Kristianson-Ambros (Education), Erica Monroe (Physician Assistant Studies).
Oregon colleges frustrated by budget proposal
(Medford Mail Tribune © 12/14/2012) - Sports Information Director Blake Timm advocates the value of athletics, music and other extracurricular activities in education.
Big man, small school
(Hillsboro Tribune/Forest Grove News-Times © 12/14/2012) - Boxer and Men's Basketball student-athlete Charles Mosley.
Hillsboro should play hard-to-get on the bypass
(Hillsboro Tribune © 12/14/2012) - Opinion piece by Professor Emeritus Russ Dondero.
Races alter Legislative picture
(Hillsboro Tribune © 12/14/2012) - Politics & Government instructor and Tom McCall Center for Policy Innovation director Jim Moore provide analysis.
Posted by Joe Lang (email@example.com) on Dec 21, 2012 at 5:11 PM