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The National Science Foundation grant funds up to $25,000 scholarships available for Master of Arts in Teaching STEM/ESOL candidates.
Graduates at August Commencement 2018
Find guest information for the annual graduation of students in the College of Health Professions.
Starting August 5, 2019 anyone with a PUNet ID will be able to create news/media posts that can be sent out on a variety of newsfeeds throughout the site. Harness this powerful communication tool to share your story on a website viewed by thousands of people.
Congratulations to Physical Therapy faculty members Dr. Rebecca Reisch, Dr. Tzurei Chen and Dr. Kimberly Malin on achieving certification from the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties (ABPTS). All three faculty earned ABPTS certification in areas connected to their teaching, scholarship, and practice.
calendar view on computer
A brand-new online calendar is launching this August with a host of requested features, customization options and a clean visual style. The new calendar will have the functionality of the leading popular third-party platforms with the added benefit of full integration with the Pacific University website.
Heide Island presenting
Psychology professor Heide Island spent the past 10 months on Whidbey Island north of Seattle to continue extensive research she is conducting on the behavior of river otters.
Girl receives eye exam
A gift from the Oregon Optometric Physicians Association (OOPA) has created an endowment that will provide financial support to Pacific University College of Optometry students in perpetuity.
If you're feeling overwhelmed or stressed, consider meeting at the Student Counseling Center in Hillsboro for a mindfulness series called Mindful Coping.
Teacher with young students
Arbor School, in collaboration with Pacific’s School of Learning & Teaching, is seeking diverse candidates for a two-year teacher residency program.
Boxer Food Share
At Pacific University, we are working hard to meet the nutritional needs of our students, many of whom are transfer students and first-generation students — both groups that are statistically at higher risk of food insecurity than their peers.

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