At Pacific University, we are working hard to meet the nutritional needs of our students, many of whom are transfer students and first-generation students — both groups that are statistically at higher risk of food insecurity than their peers.
Beginning this fall, undergraduate students will have even more opportunities at Pacific to pursue degrees tailored for a changing and increasingly complex world.
Pacific is hosting its first international motorcycle studies conference beginning Thursday evening July 25, and ending with a getaway ride on Sunday morning, July 28.
One of the country’s top low-residency literary programs welcomed 33 new alumni on Saturday, June 22.
The School of Learning and Teaching will be offering courses for teachers looking to add new endorsements to their licenses starting in late August.
The center's mission continues, with the addition of interpersonal violence advocacy and prevention work previously provided by Campus Wellness.
Melissa McKinstry, an MFA in Poetry student, had her poem "The Hippocratic Oath," published by R.K.V.R.Y. Quarterly.
Curtis Baxstrom '83, OD '84 was quoted extensively by Optometric Office magazine.
MFA in Writing faculty member and author Debra Gwartney discussed her latest book on Oregon Public Broadcasting's "Think Out Loud" program.
Professor Jules Boykoff was quoted recently by Scientific American and cowrote a piece for The Nation.