University News

Helping Animals for Life: A Veterinarian Alumna

Mara Supan, Class of 2007, put in a lot of work to get to where she is now, as an Associate Veterinarian. Read more to learn about all the opportunities she sought out and her experience working with small animals for a career.

Thinking About Grad School?

Rodolfo Sanchez, Class of 2014, has some extremely valuable advice for those of you considering applying to graduate schools. Learn how he gained the courage to apply to (and be accepted into!) an Ivy League school, when would be the best time for you to go to grad school, and how the schooling differs from undergrad.

Andy Weyer DPT, PhD Coauthors Study

Dr. Andy Weyer co-authored a study examining the effects of a novel pharmacological antagonist of the Transient Receptor Potential Ankyrin 1 (TRPA1) ion channel, which plays a role in pain sensation.
 

Megan Roos PTS '17 Elected Student Assembly President

Please join us in congratulating third year DPT student Megan Roos (class of 2017). Megan attended the National Student Conclave in Miami from October 27-29, 2016. She was one of the three candidates for Student Assembly President and was elected by students from across the country to serve in this role.

Lego Optometry Office

Alumnus Designs LEGO Optometry Office Playset

Alumnus Trent Cluny OD '09 design of a LEGO Optometry Office was submitted to the company for consideration as a possible new set.

Robert J. Nee, PT, PhD, MAppSc Coauthors paper on Patellofemoral Pain

Bob Nee co-authored a systematic review on predictors of outcome in patients who have patellofemoral pain. 

College of Education Interview Day Cancelled | Jan. 17

Due to inclement weather College of Education School of Learning and Teaching Interview day January 17, 2017 has been canceled.  Pacific University Forest Grove campus will be closed on Tuesday. Once we reopen we will contact candidates to reschedule.  

University Operations Update - Tuesday, Jan. 17

Most university locations in the Portland area will be closed due to persistent ice on the roads, including Forest Grove, Hillsboro, EyeClinics, MFA in Writing and Portland PCH.

Snow and Ice Forces Cancellation of Pacific University's Annual MLK Celebration Scheduled for Monday, Jan. 16

Persistent cold temperatures resulting in a slow thaw of the roads in Forest Grove and greater Portland area. All are encouraged to honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. within their respective neighborhoods.

University Operations for Friday, Jan. 13

Updated 10:10 a.m: Most locations in Oregon are closed Friday due to persistent ice on the roads. Boxer Basketball games (women at 6 p.m. and men at 8 p.m.) versus Lewis & Clark in Forest Grove are still scheduled to be played.

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