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Brittany Hartmann and Jordan Slavish
Brittany Hartmann '13, MAT '14 is prepared for America to see how she helps Santa make a fast getaway.
Noah Simonson MAT '16
Noah Simonson MAT '16 was recently recognized as a KATU-TV Everyday Hero for the Comics Academy that he started at his school. Simonson is a  kindergarten teacher at Quatama Elementary School in Hillsboro.
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Katie Krauss, current MAT student, receives $500 for her Steins Pillar Elementary art classroom.She was recently featured on News Channel 21's One Class At A Time and shared how she is teaching in-person classes during COVID.
E-course flier
SpeakOut’s Race, Power, and Privilege E-Course offers video lessons, readings, activities, reflections, check-ins, and resources that help foster a more equitable and inclusive campus culture. Free enrollment being offered to a limited number of undergraduate and graduate students.
Karolyn Ismay
When Pacific celebrates its virtual August Commencement, a group of seven students will represent the first class of an interdisciplinary doctorate program aimed at experienced professionals in healthcare and education.
Moving in
Pacific University's Eugene Campus is now located on the main campus of Lane Community College.
Helen Sharp
Dr. Helen Sharp has received the American Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Association (ACPA)’s 2020 Distinguished Service Award. Sharp, who is a professor and director of the Pacific University School of Communication Sciences and Disorders, is a past president of the organization and a member since 1988. The Distinguished Service Award recognizes individual service to the ACPA.
Pacific alumni Clark '65, '70 and Rae Peters '65
Pacific alumni Clark '65, MSEd '70 and Rae Peters '65 fund scholarship for speech-language pathology through pledge.
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Pacific University's Early Learning Community for children has created a robust online school.
From President Hallick
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.

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