Alumna Nicolle Brossard '09 majored in psychology at Pacific University and served in Afghanistan following time as a mental health specialist at Fort Hood, Texas. Brossard provided combat and operational stress control services on the first Army combat stress team in Afghanistan.
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Rachelle Mejia teaches preschool in the Early Learning Community at Pacific University. She graduated from the Pacific University Master of Arts in Teaching Flex Program in 2007.
The Pacific University School of Dental Health Science and the Washington County Dental Society provided complimentary dental care to more than 100 pre-selected low-income children for "Give Kids A Smile" day at the Pacific University Hillsboro Campus.
Jan Shield is a Professor of Art in the College of Arts & Sciences at Pacific University. He teaches drawing, oil and acrylic painting, sculpture, watercolor and design.
With a rich history to build on and a strong future ahead, Pacific University students enjoy a rigorous academic experience, professors who love to teach and a warm, friendly atmosphere. They go on to become lifelong learners and engaged citizens of the world.
Jeff Grundon '80 is the Senior Associate Director of Undergrad Admissions & Athletic Liason as well as a Pacific Alumnus. He also carries the titles of Advisor for Pacific's Hawaii Club, Na Haumana O'Hawai'i and Assistant Men's Soccer Coach.
The German Studies major at Pacific University is an interdisciplinary major that brings together courses in language, literature, history, philosophy, music, and film studies.
The Annual Senior Projects Day at Pacific University is planned for April 27, 2011. Senior Parrish Evans has been preparing a film for the final Senior Capstone project.
Stephanie Borabora of Hawaii has been helping with the annual Lu'au at Pacific University since 1997 when her daughter attended Pacific.
Gene McIntyre ’60 earned a M.A. in history from the University of Oregon in 1965, followed by a Ph.D. in education from UO in 1969. He retired in 1999 after a career as a teacher, associate professor, staff development specialist and administrator for Oregon colleges, public schools and the State of Oregon. He writes a regular blog for the Salem Statesman Journal and lives in Keizer, Ore.