On May 1, second year physical therapy student Rachel Karpelowitz (‘2018) hosted a documentary on human rights.
Dr. Robert Nee has been invited to join a prestigious group of researchers, educators, and clinicians on the International Advisory Board for Musculoskeletal Science & Practice (formerly Manual Therapy).
Recently, more than 100 high school students from Aloha High School and Faith Bible High School toured the gross anatomy labs on Pacific University’s Health Professions Campus in Hillsboro as a capstone experience for their year-long anatomy class.
Pacific University honored long-time employees, this year's retirees, and the many people who go above and beyond to serve students.
Pacific University invites the public to McGill Auditorium on the Forest Grove Campus on Wednesday evening, May 10, for a special preview of an upcoming talk that physics professor Todd Duncan will give at an invitation-only TEDx conference later this month.
University will renew its "Partnership to Transform the Delivery of Education Opportunities in the Woodburn Community" with Chemeketa Community College, others.
The founders of the Hillsboro Campus reunited with employees, alumni, students and local dignitaries to celebrate a decade of growth and success.
Pacific University School of Pharmacy students and faculty make strong showing at annual professional meeting.
UO undergraduate students now have an opportunity to seamlessly apply and transition into Pacific's three-year pharmacy program.
Please join us in congratulating Rebecca Gasca and Kayla Peters, second and first year PT students respectively, who were selected as recipients of the Sara Hopkins-Powell Scholarship Fund.