A summer literacy camp put on by faculty and students in the College of Education's School of Communication Sciences & Disorders and School of Learning & Teaching provided rich — and fun — literacy activities for local children.
Dr. Gustavson shared his perspective on the Every Student Succeeds Act with Eugene NPR affiliate KLCC.
Doug Keller MAT ’14 was inspired to military service by his father’s dramatic rescue from an Indonesian concentration camp in World War II. After a military career, he turned to Pacific for a second career as a teacher. But soon after graduation, he suffered a near-fatal bike injury. His tenacious spirit, however, keeps driving him forward.
The camp began June 27, runs from 9 to noon Tuesday through Friday, and will conclude on Friday, July 22 with a special graduation and party.
As an education major and Japanese minor, Diane Lebowitz '16 has enjoyed making connections with fellow students and local youth with a variety of language and cultural backgrounds through Pacific.
Elona Wilson '18 explored a lot of options before settling on early childhood education. "Pacific has so many different opportunities," she said.
A family gift allowed Judy Mason '60 to attend Pacific University — and it changed her world. Mason has given back to Pacific for the past 20 years, hoping to create the same opportunities for others.
Mandi Feucht '09, MEd '14 earned her bachelor's degree and teaching credentials in four years at Pacific University. The local teacher took part in a Q&A with Pacific about her experience.
Two Pacific alumni found each other — and a shared love of education — in Pacific's Master of Arts in Teaching Program.
Fourteen members of the extended Smith family have attended Pacific University over three generations. The Boxer Spirit is in their blood.