Pacific University unveiled its new Boxer Gardens at an open house Aug. 29. The gardens sit on a compact .4-acre property on the Forest Grove Campus bordered on the west by Main Street, east by Hanson Stadium, north by the barber pole and south along the Stoller Center parking lot.
Kiera Yap ’21 has received Pacific University’s award for Outstanding Contributions to Student Life.
Valerie Lauver '21: Outstanding Senior in Biology; College of Arts & Sciences Dean’s Academic Achievement Award
Valerie Lauver ’21 is Pacific University’s 2021 Outstanding Senior in Biology and recipient of the College of Arts & Sciences Dean’s Academic Achievement Award.
Noise Pollution Harms Songbirds' Ability to Perform Key Tasks, According to Pacific-based Research Published by the Royal Society
A team led by Pacific University alumna Ali Osbrink ’19 and including Pacific Biology Associate Professor Christopher Templeton is having a paper on songbird cognition published in Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, a prestigious UK-based scientific journal.
Biology Professor Lauren Chan Finds Genetic Distinctions Among Specialized Lizards in the U.S. Southwest
In a paper published Wednesday in PLOS ONE, a scientific journal, Pacific University biology professor Lauren Chan describes the ways an animal’s habitat affects its biology.
Biology Professor Paige Baugher Teaches About Cancer Cells — When She's Not Saving Lives on a Mountain
Biology Professor Paige Baugher is almost as likely to be found on a mountain as in the classroom. And some people are alive because she and her colleagues at Portland Mountain Rescue were there.
Patrick Dacquel '06 joined St. James Hospital as a new emergency medicine physician.
What's a future Boxer to do, except go Hollywood?
Pacific will waive application fees for Concordia students. Undergraduates in good standing at Concordia, as well as accepted incoming undergrads, will be accepted for admission and will qualify for merit scholarships from $12,000 to $24,000 per year.
Biology Professor Templeton Publishes Study on the Way Birds Relay Threat Information Overheard From Other Species
Christopher Templeton, a professor in the Pacific University Biology Department, is the lead author of a study published today by the journal Nature Communications.