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Casas Cofradía
A double major, two campus jobs, one off-campus job and an internship that plays to his strengths: Enrique Casas Cofradia '23 is always in fifth gear.
2018 FGUG Research Conference
The College of Arts and Sciences announces the Fall 2020 Undergraduate Research Conference. View student projects online from Oct. 26 to Oct. 29. Students are invited to present research and creative projects in an all-digital online format through Friday, Oct. 23 at 8 a.m. (Pacific Daylight Time).
STEM Students
If you’re a STEM major, and interested in talking to some professionals about life after graduation, or thinking about a career that requires STEM, join this Zoom panel Thursday, Oct. 8 at 5 p.m.  
Classroom presentation
Pacific University is embarking on a coordinated program to increase support for undergraduate students under a $1.2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education.
Andrewa Noble
Andrewa Noble was mathematics pioneer, attending Pacific in the 1920s and earning a PhD in mathematics in 1936. She was a a professor and chair of the Pacific University Math Department before her retirement in 1965. She was also chair of the chemistry, physics and math section of the Northwest Scientific Association.
Cecilie Froehlich
A 1942 headline in The Campus, the undergraduate newspaper of City College of New York, set the tone: “First Female Invades Tech School Faculty,” it blared. Cecilie Froehlich led Pacific's math department until 1970 and was an outspoken advocate for recruiting women into the fields of math and engineering.
Nancy Posing smiling
Dr. Neudauer is among approximately 60 women mathematicians meeting this week at Stellenbosch University in Stellenbosch, South Africa, for the African Women in Mathematics conference.
Starting this fall, the new major will prepare students for high-demand, high-salary positions in a burgeoning industry.
Pacific University is in the process of developing a data science major and post-baccalaureate certificate.
Dr. Guenther presented her work the area of "renormalization group flow" at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.