Joshua Pearl' 19 learned about the therapeutics of music in the hardest possible way: He was afflicted with an autoimmune disease that caused him severe pain. He turned to the piano as a form of treatment, and it helped lessen the need for painkillers he had been prescribed. Recognizing that music could do for others what it did for him, Pearl became a music therapist.
In recognition of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, Pacific University is offering a movie screening that shines a light on the ways in which we can rebuild society and shift culture. Also meet members of the Confidential Advocate Network on April 26.
Faculty and staff are encouraged to check and update their address in Paycom and Colleague. An audit will be conducted in April.
Join Outdoor Pursuits for various activities including a trash cleanup for Earth Day, stand-up paddleboarding, a surf day, all women sea kayaking and more!
A list of online and physically distanced opportunities for the Pacific community to celebrate Earth Month 2021 in April.
Share your message of congratulations with Allie by video, email or mail.
A double major in sociology and criminal justice, law and society more than prepared Hannah McCauley ’21 for her next chapter.
The College of Business introduced three new members at its spring 2021 meeting of the Executive Council.
Thuy Williams, assistant coach of the Boxers’ women’s lacrosse team, recently shared her story in Behind the Whistle, the official blog of the IWLCA, and in U.S. Lacrosse Magazine.
The College of Health Professions (CHP) is committed to increasing equity and diversity within the health professions and is pleased to announce the 2020-2021 CHP Diversity Scholarship. Apply by 11:59 p.m. on May 1, 2021.