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Pacific University cosmologist and assistant physics professor Todd Duncan was awarded $8,000 by the Oregon NASA Space Grant Consortium to develop a model that illustrates the optimal orbital pattern for a spacecraft working above the lunar surface.
Hundreds of alumni are expected to return to campus for Homecoming 2019 – Oct. 18 - 20. We invite all members of the university community to join us in welcoming them home.
lunar surface
Pacific University junior Tiare Guerrero and Morgan Kerr-Staudinger, who's working toward her master's degree in teaching, each were awarded $3,000 scholarships by the Oregon NASA Space Grant Consortium.
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An election is coming and you can register to vote. The McCall Center for Civic Engagement is prepared to help.
Ken Schumann
Schumann's retirement comes after nearly four decades with the Boxers.
Carol Rymer OD '92 in her Pacific University office
Recently retired as a colonel in the U.S. Army, Carol Rymer OD '92 will lead clinical programs in the College of Optometry.
“Thirst Trap,” a film directed by Steve Flavin ’06, premiered at NewFilmmakers Los Angeles’ InFocus LGBTQ+ Film Festival in June.
Fagan
John E. Fagan '81, OD '84 was noted by the Tehachapi News for his 25 years of optometry practice in Tehachapi, Calif., and earlier, Bakersfield as well.
Laura Levy
Laura Anne Chamberlin Levy '46 died peacefully on March 6, 2019 at her home in San Francisco's Miraloma Park. She was 94.
Collage of historic photographs of Pacific women
In some important ways, Pacific University was ahead of its time when it came to educating women. But in other ways, women who lived, learned and taught here had to blaze their own trails. We take a look at some of the important women who shaped Pacific in the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries.

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