Gaby Villegas grew up in Hermiston, Ore. and recalls upon her first visit to campus, "...as soon as I walked onto Pacific's campus, I knew this was the right place for me." Villegas graduated with her degree in Business Administration from Pacific in May 2016. During her time at Pacific, she began an internship at a Forest Grove start-up which quickly became a career where she has adapted to learn new roles and develop new procedures in departments from human resources to finance as she grows with the company.
Mark your calendars for the 2019 SPED & MAT Graduation Celebration! This is a family-friendly event to celebrate all your hard work. Enjoy a scrumptious brunch, bar, music, student speakers and more.
Staff, faculty and students are eligible for reimbursement of personal funds spent on university-related events or functions. Qualified expenses include, mileage, meals and travel.
The fall term will be ending soon and it’s time to sign up for winter break housing if you’re remaining on campus. Residence halls and Vandervelden Court close Dec. 12 at 10 a.m. for the winter holiday break.
Thanksgiving break is a great time to relax and unwind before finals. If you’re remaining on campus, here is a list of activities and resources that you can still take advantage of over the holiday break.
Show support with a dinner event Nov. 20 and find campus and community resources for LGBTQ+ individuals and allies.
Tracy Doll, Professor of Optometry, writes an article about ocular appearance.
Aaron Bergman, MA '13, MS 15 recently joined UMass Emergency Medicine Research.
Rachael Woody '05 recently announced the publication of her second book.
In Memory: John Galindo MS '92, PsyD '98