After Bernard Brown '49, OD '50 earned a Purple Heart and his way home from the European Theater in World War II, he pursued a lifelong career in optometry with a degree from Pacific University. Now, he's helping other veterans follow him into the profession.
A textbook on technical theatre by the university's own Tal Sanders, and a primer for academic librarians, are the latest offerings available free of charge.
Scheduled for 7 p.m. Feb. 21 in the Taylor-Meade Performing Arts Center, the multimedia drag experience confronts white supremacy and the confusion of "mixed" identities, particularly sexually and racially. Tickets are $10 at the door and free for Pacific students with ID.
Brett Bousquet '10, DPT '13, Leads Nomadic Life as a Physical Therapist for the Milwaukee Bucks NBA Team
Join us Feb. 20 for an information session about the Healthcare Administration and Leadership programs offered online and on-campus.
Pacific Will be Represented at a Major National Conference on Race, Ethnicity and Social Justice in Portland This Spring
Members of the Pacific University community will have a rare opportunity this spring to attend a prestigious national conference on race, ethnicity and social justice in higher education.
Dr. Kara (Lang) Shuft '08 was recently featured the professional magazine of the American Physical Therapy Association, PTinMotion, in the article “Promoting Sleep: Not a Leap.”
A poem written by Jamaica Baldwin MFA '17, "Teaching the Beasts to Devour My Mother," was named winner of the San Miguel Writers Conference prize for poetry.
For the second time in six weeks, Harley Taff '19 had a piece of poetry accepted for publication in the Remington Review.
Featuring lively and accomplished writers of contemporary literature.