Pacific University alumnus Dr. Shinji Seki OD ’79 will receive the eighth annual Kamelia Massih Prize for a Distinguished Optometrist on May 19 at the university’s graduate and professional Commencement ceremony.
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With the right education and training, optometrists can save lives. That's why two recently retired College of Optometry professors have created an award to inspire future generations of doctoral students.
Pacific's new EyeSmile program partners the colleges of optometry and health professions, allowing students to practice their skills while taking their care into local communities with brand new mobile eye care and dental care clinics.
Alumna Tawnya Pastuck ’02, OD ’06 publishes her first children's book to put kids at ease when visiting the eye doctor.
The Littlefield family has established an award and a scholarship, both for optometry students.
Annual Give Kids A Smile event held Feb. 3 provided much-needed health services to area children.
In late March, three teams of students and faculty members from Pacific University’s College of Optometry will travel to Costa Rica, Senegal and Nicaragua, respectively, to provide charitable vision care.
Tad Buckingham ’92, OD ’94 — a Pacific University alumnus, Forest Grove firefighter and College of Optometry professor — is among those battling the fourth-largest fire in California history.
Grace Anderson OD '19 is among 40 optometry students chosen by nonprofit OneSight to help run its charitable clinics in May.
The college will launch two education programs at the Forest Grove Campus for Chinese-based physicians and optometry students to treat a high prevalence of nearsightedness there.