Pacific University in the News: May 11-17, 2012


Reed trio makes college intentions official
(Daily Sparks Tribune [Nev.] © 05/17/2012) - Future Boxer and Baseball student-athlete Ryan Butler. 

State-Run Daily Wonders If Facebook Will Enter China
(Investors Business Daily © 05/17/2012) - Analysis by Berglund Center for Internet Studies director and History professor Jeffrey Barlow cited. Original story (China Daily © 05/17/2012) 

Three Reed Athletes Sign Letters of Intent
(KOLO TV [Reno, Nev.] © 05/17/2012) - Future Boxer and Baseball student-athlete Ryan Butler. 

Oregon AG race was major upset
(Associated Press © 05/17/2012) - McCall Center director and Politics & Government instructor Jim Moore provides analysis. Story syndicated throughout the country. 

A $3 million cut, but where’s the fuss?
(News-Times [Forest Grove] © 05/16/2012) - Arts & Sciences dean John Hayes and McCall Center director Jim Moore provide analysis on Forest Grove School District budget cuts. 

Boxers snubbed by NCAA selection committee
(News-Times [Forest Grove] © 05/16/2012) - Baseball team does not receive NCAA playoff bid despite sharing Northwest Conference championship. 

SCHOOL NOTES: Pacific’s School of Audiology seeks accreditation input
(News-Times [Forest Grove] © 05/16/2012) 

Ripon High School presents senior awards, scholarships for Class of 2012
(Manteca Bulletin © 05/16/2012) - University mention: scholarship offer to Nick Hardenbrook. 

CHS seniors earn big at awards night
(Coolidge Examiner [Ariz.] © 05/16/2012) - Jonathan Cardenas receives Trustee Scholarship offer from Pacific. 

Emma Jacobsen, Pacific valedictorian at 20
(News-Times [Forest Grove] © 05/16/2012) 

Pacific political science, economics major lands Fulbright Scholarship
(News-Times [Forest Grove] © 05/16/2012) - Sean Mills. 

Sports In Brief: Soccer standout earns scholarship
(News-Times [Forest Grove] © 05/16/2012) - Sean Mills helped Pacific's men's soccer team capture the 2010 Northwest Conference championship. 

Stars turn out for George Lopez charity golf tournament
(Mother Nature Network (W.Va.) © 05/14/2012) - Trustee Tommy Thayer discusses energy conservation and the Legends Classic. 

Oregon primary participation likely to sink this year
(Statesman Journal [Salem] © 05/14/2012) - McCall Center director and Politics & Government instructor Jim Moore provides analysis. 

Knights baseball: Corvallis makes several roster moves
(Corvallis Gazette-Times © 05/14/2012) - Boxer and Baseball student-athlete Rob Dittrick. 

Lunch, learn about raising healthy kids
(The Murfreesboro Post [Tenn.] © 05/14/2012) - School of Professional Psychology alumnus Jerry Campbell Jr., Psy.D. 

Natural builders seek mainstream approval
(Daily Journal of Commerce [Portland] © 05/14/2012) - Biology instructor Bernhard Masterson discusses construction using natural materials. 

Sisters events focus on the human eye
(The Nugget Newspaper [Sisters] © 05/13/2012) - Optometry alumna Allison Summers. 

Your Washington County: An inspiring moment with Sophie, OSU day of service in Aloha, Cornelius and Hillsboro
(The Oregonian online © 05/12/2012) - University mention: Fulbright Scholar Sean Mills. 

Pacific University School of Audiology seeks public input at hearing set for May 31
(  © 05/11/2012) 

Dog person or cat person? Does your personality influence preference?
(The Oregonian  © 05/11/2012) - Philosophy professor and cat owner Dave Boersema featured. 

Cruel 'Games,' tireless 'Searchers,' several fests and more
(The Oregonian  © 05/11/2012) - Media Arts Film & Video students screen their senior capstones in Portland. 

Here & Elsewhere
(Port Townsend and Jefferson County Leader [Wash.] © 05/11/2012) - Media Arts alumna Tristan Stoch accepted into international film festival.

Friday, May 18, 2012