Stephanie Stokamer, director of the Pacific University Center for Civic Engagement has received the Early Career Recognition award from the International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement (IARSLCE).
A study led by Pacific University's Chris Templeton shows that signals critical for a bird's survival can be compromised by nearby vehicular noise.
This started out as a letter to our students, and it still (mostly) is, but in truth I also mean it as a message to everyone in the Pacific community. As we look ahead to Thanksgiving weekend, I want to let you know how much I care about each and every one of you, and how thankful I am for the genuine compassion you show one another every day.
The Student Counseling Center and Office of Campus Wellness wish all students a healthy and peaceful holiday season, beginning with the upcoming Thanksgiving break. Here are some tips and resources for anyone who is feeling concerned about heading into the holiday breaks.
Dr. Johnson plans study in Cerebral Palsy with Shriners Hospital for Children.
Please join us in congratulating Dr. Michael Bridges, PT, DPT '08.
Dr. Moore provided insight on the recent general election - what happened nationally and here in Oregon - at the Washington County Public Affairs Forum held Nov. 14.
Pacific employees are invited to learn more about their retirement savings plans and to provide feedback about the plan options at a series of upcoming focus group sessions.
President Hallick offers thanks to the university community for participation in the comprehensive accreditation evaluation visit in early November. The NWCCU report will be available in early February.
Cascade Centers's monthly newsletter offers timely tips for handling stress during the holiday season.