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Night sky
Students, faculty and staff to looking for post-election stress relief are invited to view the stars and night sky through a telescope outside of Price Hall this evening between 7 and 9 p.m.
Silent Sky
Pacific University Theatre's fall production, Silent Sky by Lauren Gunderson, runs Oct. 18-21 on the Forest Grove Campus.
Professor Andy Dawes & Kevin McGee '18 in the laser lab at Pacific
The NSF announced this month it had awarded Associate Professor Andrew Dawes, physics and a team of undergraduate researchers a third, three-year grant to study quantum optics. “I’m proud we can offer a lab environment with the same cutting-edge equipment you would find at top-tier institutions like Harvard and M.I.T.,” Dawes said.
Professor Charles Michael in classroom
Pacific University Education Professor Mike Charles has been awarded an Endeavour Executive Fellowship to support a collaborative professional development project with teachers in Australia.
Physics professor Todd Duncan tells KUIK 1360-AM why the Great American Solar Eclipse is historic.
Pacific University invites the public to McGill Auditorium on the Forest Grove Campus on Wednesday evening, May 10, for a special preview of an upcoming talk that physics professor Todd Duncan will give at an invitation-only TEDx conference later this month.
As she prepares to retire this spring, Juliet Brosing invites friends, students and alumni to join her in a celebration of her career and in contributing to the future success of Pacific students.
Physics Professor Juliet Brosing will retire this spring following 30 years at Pacific University, where she has been an award-winning teacher, researcher, textbook author, and student advocate and mentor. Save the date for a special celebration of her career the evening of May 5.
Weli Alamillo '18 was excited for the chance to play soccer at the collegiate level. The chance to delve into scientific research, though, was even more exciting.
Dawes is mapping the mysterious sounds to try and help find their cause.

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