Pacific University in the News: Mar. 23-29, 2012
2012 School Board Candidates
(Alaska Star [Eagle River] © 03/29/2012) - History alumnus David Nees
Real mayor's race might not start until after May primary
(Portland Tribune © 03/29/2012) - McCall Center director Jim Moore provides analysis.
College Notebook: Joe Deardorff tabbed an NCAA Academic All-American
(Polk County Itemizer-Observer [Dallas, Ore.] © 03/29/2012) - Boxer and Cross Country student-athlete Joe Deardorff
The 'Titanic' Atkinson legacy
(News-Times [Forest Grove] © 03/28/2012) - A feature on the author of a recently released biography on one of Pacific's founders, George Atkinson.
Tickets still available for 52nd annual Pacific lu’au
(News-Times [Forest Grove] © 03/28/2012)
Woodburn School District is partnering with higher education
(Woodburn Independent © 03/28/2012) - University mention: College of Education's Noyce Scholarship and STEM Pathways program.
Last chance at Cawein art exhibit this week
(News-Times [Forest Grove] © 03/28/2012) - Kathrin Cawein Gallery of Art exhibit.
Simon LeVay to discuss The Science of Sexual Orientation on Thursday, April 5
(OregonLive.com © 03/27/2012) - Dr. LeVay's lecture presented by Pacific Psychology Club, others.
People on the Move
(Portland Business Journal online © 03/27/2012) - Cassie McVeety named Vice President for University Advancement.
At Our Best (March 26)
(Corvallis Gazette-Times © 03/26/2012) - Dean's List announcement: Kelcy Gillen.
Pacific University names Cassie S. McVeety vice president for university advancement
(OregonLive.com © 03/26/2012)
Pam Houston, fiction writer, to read at WCCC as part of the Visiting Author Series
(Warren Reporter [N.J.] © 03/25/2012) - MFA in Writing instructor Pam Houston.
Mac's Porter wraps up at NCAA swim meet today
(McMinnville - News Register © 03/24/2012) - Boxers and Swimming student-athletes Katie Porter and Amanda Clark.
(Newport News © 03/23/2012) - Honoree Elizabeth Waley.
New optometry family practice open in Andover
(Coon Rapids Herald [Minn.] © 03/23/2012) - Optometry alumnus Don Herde.