University News

Pacific University Celebrates Oregon Private College Week July 24-28

University takes part in statewide celebration of private higher education with opportunities for campus tours and information sessions.

Optometry, Education Student's Paper Earns Publication

Nikita Katoozi OD '18, MEd/VFL '18 won a student writing competition that will earn her publication in an international journal. Her research examined ways for teachers to identify children with vision needs.

Education Professor Helps Create Books in Native Guatemala Language

Education Professor Donna Kalmbach Phillips finds fulfillment — and applicability — in her work promoting literacy.

Woodburn Program Prepares Diverse Local Teachers

The Bachelor of Education in Teaching & English Language Learning offers a route for first-generation students to become teachers in their own communities.

Studying Education in New Zealand

Education course takes students abroad to study innovations in teaching technology and digital education.

Dr. Brian Wilkinson appointed editor of the Oregon Log

A quarterly publication of the Oregon Physical Therapy Association (OPTA).

Physical Therapy students volunteer for the Special Olympics

On July 8, six physical therapy students volunteered for the Special Olympics - Summer State Games in Corvallis, Oregon.

 

Rich Burk '88

Alumnus Rich Burk Makes 2,000th Baseball Broadcast Appearance

The former Pacific baseball player and broadcast major is the voice of the Hillsboro Hops.

Melissa Lowery '09

Alumna's Documentary Gets Distribution

Black Girl in Suburbia, an acclaimed documentary by media arts alumna Melissa Lowery '09, is now available on DVD.

Professor Jules Boykoff Analyzes the IOC's Expected Awarding of the Summer Games to Paris and Los Angeles

Dr. Boykoff, chair of Pacific University's Politics & Government Department and a recognized scholar on the politics of international sport, provides his perspectives to the Los Angeles Times, ESPN and the Orange County (Calif.) Register.

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