University News

University Operations Update - Friday, Dec. 9

Updated 7:25 a.m. Check back regularly for updates. 

"Pacific Can Do a Lot of Good"

Education Professor Eurvine Williams puts service at the heart of teaching.

Stacy Vance '03 Touches the Sky

Vance "jumps in" to what matters. Most recently: as a leading fundraiser for the Base2Space cancer research event in honor of her parents.

Pacific Theatre: The Perfect Fit

Lindsay Partain '16 finds professional success in the theatre world.

In the News: Harris Zafar Discusses "Muslims in America" at Pacific

Zafar's talk was presented by the university's centers for Gender Equity and Peace & Spirituality, and Tom McCall Center for Policy Innovation

Alumnus Jordan Kronen '14 Named 2017-2018 Schwarzman Scholar

The Olympia, Wash. resident and 2015 Fulbright award recipient is one of just 129 scholars to be selected for China's equivalent of a Rhodes Scholarship.

Ever Considered Being a Research Assistant?

Devin Fachko, Class of 2014, applied for many positions in the field of science before she found a job that she felt was perfect for her. Read about her experience as a Research Assistant at Oregon Health & Science University’s Vaccine and Gene Therapy Institute here.

Aspiring Filmmakers: To be it Frank, It Can Be Tough but It Really Can be Done

Steven Wong, Class of 2007, put in ten years of hard work to gain enough knowledge and experience in film before he landed his sweet job at Laika. Read about what he does and the straightforward advice he has for people interested in scoring a career in the film industry.

Stokamer Honored by the IARSLCE

Stephanie Stokamer, director of the Pacific University Center for Civic Engagement has received the Early Career Recognition award from the International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement (IARSLCE).

Harris Zafar Discusses 'Muslim in America in 2017'

Pacific University's Center for Gender Equity and the Center for Peace & Sustainability will host guest lecturer Harris Zafar from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Dec. 5 in Taylor Auditorium, Marsh Hall. 

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