Pacific University’s colleges of Arts & Sciences, Business and Education honored its 2023 undergraduate students on May 17.
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Class of 2023 Honored at Undergraduate Student Awards Ceremony | Colleges of Arts & Sciences, Business and Education
Eisen is a critical race scholar whose classes support the undergraduate Sociology, Anthropology, Criminal Justice, Law & Society, and Gender and Sexuality Studies programs at Pacific University.
The 1990s was a watershed period for LGBTQ+ rights across the country. In Oregon and at Pacific, incremental gains were accomplished amid a climate of of fear and hostility. Through the social and institutional challenges, progress continued. Today, the university works to celebrate diversity.
Please join the Reproductive Justice Action Team for a discussion on how overturning of Roe v. Wade has impacted OB-GYN and reproductive healthcare education and training at medical schools.
Pacific Professor Lorely French Publishes First English Version of Romani Holocaust Survivor's Memoir
Pacific University Professor Lorely French, who teaches German, International Studies and Gender and Sexuality Studies, has published the first English-language translation of the memoirs of Ceija Stojka, an Austrian artist, activist and a child survivor of the Holocaust.
Stuart-Shuman "lives the inherent activism, candor, humor, and resilience that are hallmarks of this vital study," said V Martin, director of the Center for Gender Equity.
Paul Snell has received the Pacific University Provost’s Junior Faculty Award for Service.
Cal McCarthy ’21 was honored by Pacific University for Most Significant Contribution to the Center for Gender Equity (CGE) and with the Mary Fehrs Award in Gender and Sexuality Studies. They also were named Outstanding Senior in Editing/Publishing.
The Economist addresses a new push to ban transgender treatments for children, and cites Pacific's pioneering psychology professor.
Pacific University’s Department of Theatre & Dance presents Virginia Woolf’s satirical romp through the centuries, Orlando, adapted for stage by Sarah Ruhl to run October 17-20 in the Tom Miles Theatre on the Forest Grove Campus.