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.
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Sebastian Bannister Lawler '12, MBA '18 started a new job as an account manager at Actalent.
Emily (Tesdale) Duerr '17, SLP '21: Pacific's Clinical Excellence Award from the School of Communication Sciences & Disorders
Emily (Tesdale) Duerr '17, SLP '21 has received the Clinical Excellence Award from the Pacific University School of Communication Sciences & Disorders.
A double major in sociology and criminal justice, law and society more than prepared Hannah McCauley ’21 for her next chapter.
Aaron Greer has been promoted to associate professor of anthropology and sociology at Pacific University.
In his first book of poetry, The Father’s Curse, Garrison King-Halsey III ’19 has published a collection of poems reflecting the current landscape of the dating world for young adults from the perspective of a young African-American coming into adulthood. It gives insight to love, heartbreak, cheating culture, toxic masculinity and more.
The anthropology-sociology alumna earned a master's in museum anthropology and launched her career working with museums, schools and tribes to expand education around Northwest tribal history and culture.
By the time she came to Pacific in 1960, Claire Argow already was well known for her work to abolish the death penalty and reform the penal system. She was driven by the belief that people convicted of crimes still deserve to be offered opportunities and treated humanely.
Pacific University Anthropology Assistant Professor Jessica Hardin is among a select group of scholars to have recently received a prestigious Graves Award in the Humanities.
Jaye Cee Whitehead '00 came to Pacific from rural Wyoming. 'I got here and I had no idea what I was doing," she said. Today, she is an associate professor of sociology, ready and willing to help other first-generation students find their way.