Only as the Day Is Long (W.W. Norton, 2019) represents a brilliant, daring body of work from one of our boldest and most accomplished contemporary poets, MFA in Writing faculty member Dorianne Laux.
Season subscriptions and individual tickets are now available for the five-concert series that begins in October.
Amy Coplen succeeds founding director Lisa Rowley, who is transitioning to a faculty position.
When Luis Cisneros MAT ‘13 was a child, he worked with his family members in the fields and ditches around Nyssa, Ore., on the Idaho border. Now he’s overseeing other young people as dean of students at Nyssa Elementary School.
Dr. Jessica Moore, EdD, ATC will join the Athletic Training Program as a Full-time faculty. In her primary role as Assistant Professor, she will share her expertise in AT 600 General Medical Conditions as well as Co-Teaching varies courses alongside Dr. Jeffery Kawaguchi and Dr. Dana Bates.
Dr. Sarah Cook, PhD, ATC will join the Athletic Training Program as a Full-time faculty. In her primary role as Assistant Professor, she will share her expertise in AT 530 Prevention & Treatment of Athletic Injuries as well as Co-Teaching varies courses alongside Dr. Jeffery Kawaguchi and Dr. Dana Bates.
Pacific University College of Optometry Professor Tad Buckingham '92, OD '94, also the college's clinical attending doctor and Forest Grove Fire & Rescue Division Chief, has spent several wildfire seasons on the front lines, both battling blazes and helping those experiencing vision problems resulting from smoke exposure.
Pacific University College of Education Professor Mark Bailey offers guidance for educators and parents in YouTube series from the Erikson Institute Technology in Early Childhood Center.
Alumni & friends rise to the occasion to support Lead On: The Campaign for Tomorrow at Pacific University
Physical Therapy Professor Dr. Robert Nee recently published a study titled “Protective myoelectric activity at performing upper limb neurodynamic test 1 in breast cancer survivors.