In Memoriam: Alison Shafer PharmD '16
Breanne McGhee OD ’16, MEd ’16, PhDEL '21 hasn't let COVID-19 setbacks slow her down — even though she can't hug anybody.
As a coach, teacher, mentor and father, Dennis Carline '79, MST '88 has made a profound difference in the lives of underserved kids.
Hattie (Fannings) Gaskin ’39 came to Pacific University in 1935 after graduating from Portland’s Jefferson High School. At Pacific, she was actively involved with the Heart of Oak Yearbook, the publications council and the Theta Nu Alpha sorority, and she built relationships with friends who would remember her their entire lives.
Reverend Dr. Chuck Currie '91 is the Chicago Theological Seminary's 2020 Distinguished Alumni Award recipient.
In episode 3 of Rising from the Margins, "The Journey to Re-establishing," staff psychologist and EDI Outreach Director Dr. Shirley Ley talks about how you can expand on your survival toolkits to incorporate things that can affirm your humanity, meaning things that give you access to the range of experiences that define your personhood.
Our daily lives have dramatically changed over the last few months. It is especially important during this time to care for your overall well-being. Join us for Kaiser Permanente's presentation June 23 on Coping with COVID-19 and Beyond.
Pacific’s Student Support team recently hosted a series of six virtual family chats to provide information, resources and tips via Zoom to help families with the transition to online learning this spring. Topics included career advising, student counseling support, financial aid, library support and more.
Debra Gwartney, professor of MFA writing, is a Oregon Book Award in Creative Nonfiction finalist for 2020.
Howard Sullivan '79, MST '84 retired from his position as Forest Grove chamber of commerce director.