Inspired by the American Physical Therapy Association’s National Student Conclave last year in Portland, the Oregon Physical Therapy Association's Student Leadership Committee hosted its first half-day state student conference on Jan. 23, 2019.
Dr. Jaime Schultz will give the talk at 7 p.m. in the Marsh Hall Taylor Auditorium on the Forest Grove Campus.
Ashley Hermsmeier MFA ’15 released her debut short story collection, Something Like the End, published by Black Lawrence Press last month.
Bryan Mills ’14 was recently promoted to safeties coach for the Eastern Washington University football team. He was initially the defensive analyst for EWU, and also served as Pacific’s safeties coach for two seasons, helping the Boxers share the 2014 Northwest Conference regular season title.
Dan Jaffe ’14 became the new Georgia Institute of Technology’s baseball volunteer assistant coach after more than six years on the scouting trail and as an elite catching instructor across the country. The Yellow Jackets are elated to have Jaffe on their staff.
Sarah Woodman MHA ’12 Appointed to Oregon Respiratory Therapist and Polysomnographic Technologist Licensing Board
Sarah Woodman MHA ’12 is the Oregon Institute of Technology (OIT) Respiratory Director who was recently appointed to the Respiratory Therapist and Polysomnographic Technologist (RTPT) Licensing Board for the State of Oregon.
Gustavo Morales ’12 is the executive director of Euvalcree, an organization that confronts local discrimination in Ontario, Ore.
Aimee (Pitlick) Schulte ’94, OD ’97 was honored by the Cleinman Performance Network, a leading business development consultancy for optometry practices, for the continued dedication and excellence she imparts to vision care and eye health.
Fozia “Fauzy” Mohamed DHS ’12 was nominated for Best Titleholder by The Global Beauty Awards (GBA
Susan Defreitas MFA ’12 recently wrote an article for award-winning blog, “Jane Friedman,” discussing query letters and what they can reveal about stories.