Ruth Zuniga brings life experience to School of Professional Psychology's Latino/bilingual track.
Aurae Beidler, MHA, provided analysis in “Identifying Your Risk with New Audit Programs” in a recent edition of the e-newsletter HealthData Management.
Jules Boykoff, Politics and Government, wrote “Bidder Beware: to host the Olympics comes at considerable cost” in the Oct. 31 edition of The Guardian.
Pat Caroline, Optometry, was a keynote speaker at the Contact Lens Specialist Symposium held in London in September.
Amy Coplen, Dental Health, has been selected to present a poster, Comparison of Communication Styles Amongst an Interprofessional Student Cohort, at the American Dental Education’s 2014 Annual Session & Exhibitio.
David Cordes, Chemistry, displayed his art, Reflections on Organic Chemistry, at Mt.
Carol Pott '86 recalls how her liberal arts education at Pacific University started a journey that has included everything from working in post-genocide Rwanda to singing French ye-ye music.
Jack Driscoll, MFA, read an except from his newest book, How Like an Angel: A Novel, at Union University, Jackson, Tenn.
Isaac Gilman, Library, has published a new book, Library Scholarly Communication Programs: Legal and Ethical Considerations.
Erin Jobst, Physical Therapy, presented a one-day continuing education course, Pharmacological Considerations for Geriatric Patients/Clients.