University News

Walters Finds Career She Loves in Physical Therapy

“I feel really lucky to have found what I want to do for the rest of my life.”

Home on the Range

Pacific biology degree offered strong route to veterinary school for 2009 alumna. "I actually think it helped set me apart from other applicants."

B Street Living Museum Blossoms

The B Street Living Museum offers hands-on learning experience in sustainability, along with food and natural setting.

Peter Singer Lecture: Important Information for Attendees

Seating is limited and early arrival is encouraged. To expedite entry, please refrain from bringing backpacks or tote bags.

Pacific University Lauded by U.S. News & World Report

The university is among the top regional universities in the west, according to the publication's 2016 Best Colleges rankings.

History Department's Kniep Lecture Set for Monday, Sept. 21 at 4:15 p.m.

Historian Mike O'Connor will present "The Rage Against Taxes in Modern American Conservatism" in Marsh Hall's Taylor Auditorium. Admission is free.

Public Invited to Hispanic Heritage Forum in Hillsboro on Saturday, Sept. 19

This year's theme is "In Pursuit of a More Perfect Union: Promoting Self-Determination Through Civic Engagement."

Pacific University Selected as Site for Innovative National Health Education Fellowship

As a member of the Oregon Collaborative for Integrative Medicine, the university's Psychology and Comprehensive Health Clinic will be a residency site for an interprofessional advanced training program.

Optometry Faculty Members Receive Grant to Study Effects of New Therapy

The College of Optometrists in Vision Development recently awarded Hannu Laukkanen, Jim Sheedy and Shun-nan Yang a $6,000 award to conduct a study on a promising new therapy to treat binocular vision disorder in children.

Looking Back on Katrina

Fourth-year Pacific University optometry student Breanne McGhee looks back at Hurricane Katrina and how it has shaped her last 10 years.