Scientist Jamie Dwyer will discuss how how incorporating biomimicry can positively transform the way we live.
Two recent bequests received by Pacific create endowed scholarships.
Pacific's first Boxer Excellence Week raised $265,458 in gifts and pledges from 720 donors.
Audiology, Communication Sciences & Disorders Programs Receive $80,000 from Closing of Eugene Hearing & Speech Center
Audiology and Communication Sciences & Disorders programs receive $80,000 gift from the Eugene Hearing & Speech Center, to be split evenly between the two programs.
Pacific University has received a $32,000 grant from Kaiser Permanente NW for the EyeSmile Outreach Program.
On behalf of our student ambassadors, we wanted to say thank you to all of our donors during Boxe
Lead On: The Campaign for Tomorrow at Pacific University is about carrying a 168-year tradition of excellence and opportunity into a bright new future, said President Lesley Hallick.
The W.M. Keck Foundation recently awarded the College of Arts & Sciences a multi-year $200,000 grant to establish an innovative new undergraduate research program in the School of Arts & Humanities. With this grant, the School of Arts & Humanities will develop and implement an Undergraduate Research, Scholarship and Creative Inquiry (URSCI) curriculum to offer research opportunities and benefits to every student in the school. Courses will be redesigned to include research methodologies unique to the arts and humanities, with a strong focus on interdisciplinary collaboration and opportunities for students to disseminate their scholarly work.
Boxers know first-hand what it means to be a leader. From faculty collaboration on senior projects and research, to volunteer work in the community, to participating in one of the many varsity and junior varsity sports, all Pacific graduates are leaders. It’s part of our identity, and it’s what separates us from the rest. This fall we are asking our Boxers to continue to lead on – for current and future student success.
Boxers know first-hand what it means to lead. From serving underprivileged groups in our communities, to faculty collaboration on clinical research, to addressing global healthcare needs, Pacific graduates are leaders. It’s part of our identity, and it is what separates us from the rest. This fall we are asking our Boxers to continue to lead on – for current and future student success.