University News

An Editor Roaming the World of Literature

Nevin Mays, Class of 2000, describes her responsibilities as a freelance editor specializing in children’s books and how her college education influences and transfers over to what she does now.

In the News: Professor Laura Edwards-Leeper Discusses Denmark's Pioneering Decision to Declassify Transgenderism as a Mental Health Disorder

Edwards-Leeper, an international expert on the psychological elements related to transgenderism, provided analysis of Denmark's decision to Scientific American.

In the News: Alumnus A.C. Gilbert Dubbed "The Man Who Saved Christmas"

The Forest Grove News-Times chronicles Gilbert's efforts to lift a ban on toymaking in 1917.

In the News: A Look Inside Political Analyst Jim Moore's World

Oregon Business magazine profiles the Tom McCall Center for Policy Innovation director in its January 2017 edition.

In the News: Sportsnet Names Jules Boykoff's "Power Games" Among its 2016 Books of the Year

The Canadian-based media giant says Dr. Boykoff's work "suggests a way forward that makes too much sense to ignore."

An Editor Roaming the World of Literature

Nevin Mays, Class of 2000, describes her responsibilities as a freelance editor specializing in children’s books and how her college education influences and transfers over to what she does now. Read more here:

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

In the News: Center for Civic Engagement Offers Tips for How to Talk to Loved Ones with Different Viewpoints

CCE director Stephanie Stokamer appeared on Portland NBC affiliate KGW 8 with some tips for how to talk to loved ones with different perspectives this holiday season.

Pacific University in the News: Nov. 14-20, 2016

Select news stories featuring or mentioning the university.

In the News: Post-Election Forums

The Forest Grove News-Times reported on last week's post-election forum on the Forest Grove Campus, as well as the Washington County Public Affairs Forum featuring analysis by psephologist Jim Moore.

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