Spring 2016 Pacific Magazine Highlights Caring, Health Professions
The Spring 2016 issue of Pacific magazine is now available in print and online. Check out our special edition insert, Transforming Care, in which we explore our Pacific people are crossing professions to improve the way we take care of each other. Find stories about:
- Rachel Seibert BSW '12, a medical social worker at Randall Children's Hospital
- Janelle Jones '11, OT '14, an occupational therapist at Oregon State Hospital
- Malea Johnson DHS '14, a dental hygienist bridging the medical-dental gap for patients in rural Colorado
The rest of this issue also features stories of people caring for each other and for the world:
- Fran O'Brien '65 volunteered with the Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi in 1964 and went on to be a special education teacher.
- Zoey Mendoza Zimmerman '95 lost her children in an act of violence and now reaches out to support others in tragedy.
- Retiring Philosophy Professor Dave Boersema has created lasting memories for generations of Pacific students.
- Politics & Government Professor Jim Moore helps students connect with their world during the election season.
- The College of Business offers workshops to help launch careers.
- Pacific students find ways to change the world with their senior projects. (See six highlights in the magazine, read about a pair who built a tiny house, and find online extras on the university website.)
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