Boxers are helpers. This year, Boxers have embraced their communities, whether they are fighting wildfires or fighting homelessness.
Dr. Lowery was recently inducted into the OLSHF's Hall of Fame for decades of exemplary service to the organization and underserved community members.
The award recognizes the extensive domestic and international outreach and care provided by faculty, students, alumni and partners of the College of Optometry.
For the second year in a row, School of Physical Therapy and Athletic Training students volunteered for Community Action, a non-profit organization that assists residents of Washington County in need. During their annual benefit, Kaleidoscope, our students assisted by registering guests and processing gifts.
Assistant Professor Ruth Zúñiga Honored by Washington County Department of Health and Human Services
Dr. Zúñiga has been recognized for outstanding commitment to public health education.
Civic engagement students partner with local Habitat for Humanity chapter to help construct new home.
Students and faculty continued to participate in annual service and outreach opportunities this past year.
NHOH has partnered with WFWA for several years to ensure families from underserved communities, including migrant farm workers, experience the joy of giving and receiving.
An innovative gift to Pacific helped link outreach efforts in optometry and dental hygiene, creating interprofessional care opportunities for students to gain hands-on experience while meeting the critical needs of our communities.
The centers have consolidated to advance their shared mission to empower students to engage as active members of larger communities.