College of Health Professions
Nearly 320 students within the colleges of Education, Health Professions and Optometry earn their professional degrees.
Pacific's Center for Civic Engagement and Office of Diversity honor those who help others
The Medical Research Foundation award is the third grant awarded to Pacific
Shilpi Banerjee to serve on American Academy of Audiology Board of Directors beginning July 1.
Pacific earns the distinction for the third consecutive year.
The City of Beaverton initiative to increase healthcare access for underserved populations, will provide clinical training opportunities for university students.
Michael Millard joins Oregon Governor's Task Force on Prescription Drug Abuse.
Dedication recognizes former vice provost and executive dean's contributions to Pacific
Assistant Professor Shawna Rohner honored for her efforts to provide dental care to children of low-income families.
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.
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 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.
Students earn professional degrees in Dental Hygiene, Healthcare Administration, Physician Assistant Studies, Counseling Psychology and Clinical Psychology.
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.
The Hilda Fine Endowed Gerontology Scholarship Fund provides support for students pursuing the University's graduate certificate program for healthcare professionals.
Professional Programs Commencement completes a day of celebration and fellowship.
The College of Health Professions awarded six graduate students with scholarship funds for international service learning endeavors that help underserved populations.
Administrators from both institutions meet to discuss current and future collaborative endeavors.
Pacific is among just 642 colleges and universities nationally to earn the distinction.