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The games are an international multi-sports event for young athletes with physical disabilities.
A redesigned homepage with a strong focus on discovery pathways was launched this August along with significant improvements to the MyPacific landing pages and newsfeeds throughout the site.
I am pleased to share with you that new Pharmacy faculty member Andrew Bzowyckyj has generated a new peer-reviewed article, Public perception of pharmacist-prescribed self-administered non-emergency hormonal contraception: An analysis of online social discourse, published in Research in Social Administrative Pharmacy.  This work is in collaboration with associates at Oregon State University.
It is my pleasure to share that Fawzy has struck again! His newest published article, Animal Pharmacokinetic/Pharmacodynamic Studies (APPS) Reporting Guidelines, is an international collaboration on creating guidelines for conducting and publishing PK/PD studies, including animals. Fawzy and Dr. Singh are co-first authors. Please join me in congratulating Fawzy on this accomplishment!
The unique new college review aggregator touts Pacific's impact on student transformation.
Langstraat comes to Pacific from Portland Community College and brings more than 25 years of executive experience in the education sector.
Pacific University has been named a "Best Bang for the Buck - West" institution by Washington Monthly in its 2018 College Guide & Rankings.
The college planning service helps families discover colleges based on academic and cultural fit, as well as personalized estimates of actual cost.
Exterior of Tran Library
Construction is tentatively scheduled to begin in January on the Tran Library, starting a planned two-phase remodel that will include additional study rooms and "makerspace."
In Pacific University's Transgender Voice Program, available through the Pacific Psychology & Comprehensive Health Clinics in Portland and Hillsboro, speech-language pathology students help transgender women learn to modulate their voices to sound more traditionally feminine. “I don’t have to pass, but I want to have the option,” said client Lana “Blue” Zeitler.

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