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The longtime coach will end his career after next season as he battles the early onset of Parkinson's Disease.
Anne Huffington-Carroll, expert physical therapist and former professional dancer, specializes in dance rehabilitation and persistent pain. She will join Pacific's dance program to teach kinesiology for dancers, both fall 2013 and spring 2014.
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 film and video graduate has been pursuing a career in wildlife education and filmmaking. He's one of 12 semifinalists in the nation, and you can vote for your favorite until May 23.
After a career in teaching, Butch Sullivan '79, MS '84 takes the lessons of Pacific University and local schools to the Forest Grove/Cornelius Chamber of Commerce.
The soon-to-be graduate from Warren is among just 60 students nationwide selected for the Council on Undergraduate Research event in D.C. last month.
Mark Bailey, Education, named Distinguished University Professor. Shesna Calkins, Communication Sciences and Disorders, receives Outstanding Contribution to the University Award.
Pacific University earned the 100 Percent Faculty Recognition Award from the leading association of dental health.
Award recognizes Pacific's strong commitment to the Hillsboro community.
Pacific's Center for Civic Engagement and Office of Diversity honor those who help others
Dr. Christine Guenther, mathematics professor in the School of Natural Sciences, College of Arts & Sciences, receives prestigious Simons Foundation grant for research collaboration.
The Medical Research Foundation award is the third grant awarded to Pacific
More than 250 presentations demonstrate breadth of undergraduate research and study
Students from the College of Health Professions and the speech-language pathology program collaborate to build interprofessional relationships while serving community groups
Pacific student-athletes take advantage of Winter II Term overseas opportunities, including an eye-opening trip to learn about globalization in Kenya.
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 City of Beaverton initiative to increase healthcare access for underserved populations, will provide clinical training opportunities for university students.
Boxer Handball adds national championship to its illustrious success that spans nearly four decades.
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
University's fifth college will begin operation in July.
The M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust out of Vancouver, Wash., has granted Pacific University a $30,000 grant to help fund a new position in the Biology Department.
Dr. Smith is the first Pacific faculty member to earn the academy's highest honor for an educator.
Brosing is the first Pacific University faculty member to earn the distinction
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.
Rymer is the first woman optometrist to reach rank of colonel in the U.S. Army.
The grant will fund student travel and necessary supplies for the Nicaragua Project
The College of Optometry showcases its newest EyeClinic location in Cornelius. Services available to the general public in addition to Virginia Garcia clients.
Assistant Professor Shawna Rohner honored for her efforts to provide dental care to children of low-income families.
Dr. Sigrid Roberts, assistant professor in Pacific University's School of Pharmacy, receives Medical Research Foundation of Oregon award supporting new investigators.
University and Centro Cultural of Washington County provide arena for those of all backgrounds to learn about Latino contributions to America.
The new offering within the College of Health Professions has been accredited by the Compliance Certification Board.
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
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.
College of Education dean Mark Ankeny named Vice President for Enrollment Management & Student Affairs. Will Perkins named Associate Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students.
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.
Professor Terry O'Day, in partnership with the World Affairs Council of Oregon, gives Chinese delegates a look at the thriving permaculture project.
The July 2012 edition of "Access," published by the American Dental Hygienists' Association, features a cover story written by alumna Bethany Valachi PT '97 and featuring alumna Kelsey Bellmore RDH '09 on the cover.
In partnership with Adelante Mujeres, Pacific's colleges of Arts & Sciences and Education host between 60 and 80 Latina girls to learn about STEM education and good nutrition through summer camps.
"Live from USA" among a select group of radio programs broadcasted on commercial stations in Canada.
Professors are among the 2012 Drammy Award winners.
The senior from Seattle will graduate May 19 and teach in India this fall.
University's music program for area children has been accepted to the National String Project Consortium. Concert culminating first semester takes place Sunday at 4 p.m. Free and open to the public.
Berglund Center for Internet Studies presents "Health Reform: Challenges in the rational distribution of resources" with speaker Dr. Charles M. Kilo.