Pacific remains No. 1 for research among private universities in Oregon and the Pacific Northwest, according to the National Science Foundation. The university also moved up to No. 8 in the Far West region, ranking among peers like Stanford and the University of Southern California.
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The Student Counseling Center (SCC) is excited to partner with the Center for Gender Equity (CGE) to create Queer Let’s Talk on Thursdays from noon to 1 p.m. during the spring semester 2021.
In his first book of poetry, The Father’s Curse, Garrison King-Halsey III ’19 has published a collection of poems reflecting the current landscape of the dating world for young adults from the perspective of a young African-American coming into adulthood. It gives insight to love, heartbreak, cheating culture, toxic masculinity and more.
Thanks to the generosity of donors, Pacific offers several scholarships in the colleges of Health Professions and Optometry specifically designed to support people of color in becoming healthcare providers.
Ryan Miyamoto '02 was featured in a travel and hospitality podcast discussing the best things to do in Dallas, Texas.
Carmen (Michaels) Bryant '64 lives in Hillsboro, Ore., and works remotely as a campus specialist for Missions Door.
Lisa Harings '97 was named the 2020 Oregon Youth Soccer Association Boys Competitive Coach of the Year.
Chelsea (Van Dyke) Reich PA '15 joined the Essentia Health team in West Fargo, N.D., in February 2021.
Jeffrey Bullock MAT '96 Named Finalist for Superintendent of Klamath Falls City Schools Board of Education
Jeffrey Bullock MAT '96 was named a finalist for the superintendent of Klamath Falls City Schools Board of Education position in February 2021.