The program’s vision is to provide a supportive dynamic community for Hispanic students and their families based on cultural understanding and values.
Pacific is paying tribute to retiring Philosophy Professor Dave Boersema’s career and influence on students with the Philosophy Book Fund.
Doug Weberling '72, OD '74 Named Recipient of 2016 Kamelia Massih Prize for a Distinguished Optometrist
Dr. Weberling received the honor at Pacific's spring commencement on May 21.
Published by Verso Books, Power Games chronicles the modern Olympic Games' social implications.
Pacific University recently amended and restated its retirement plan for employees.
An expert on the politics of international sport, Boykoff opines on the Rio Olympics and Brazil's political and economic chaos.
Public Health Professor Moriah McSharry McGrath has been collaborating with the Community Alliance of Tenants to better research operations and get more information on the health impacts of eviction in Portland.
History Professor Larry Lipin recently participated in a panel discussion, "State of the Field on Interactions Between Labor and Environmental History," at the meeting of the Organization of American Historians in Rhode Island.
Anthropology Professor Jessica Harden published in New Mana: Transformation of a Classis Concept in Pacific Languages and Cultures.
Boykoff's latest book, Power Games: A Political History of the Olympics, is expected to be released later this year.