Full-time students admitted to the Master of Nonprofit Leadership program's 2023 cohort are eligible for two new $5,000 scholarships. Students serving Latino/a/x communities or dedicated to environmental conservation, advocacy or education are eligible to apply by Oct. 31.
The Academic and Career Advising Center is pleased to be hosting the 2nd annual International Opportunities Fair.
Christoph teaches Spanish, dual languages and international studies at Pacific University.
Spanish and Latinx Studies students created videos to accompany the museum's recent exhibition on Mexican Modernism.
Espinoza is “the total package," said Politics & Government Professor Paul Snell. "She is an outstanding, hard-working, compassionate student."
"While she has participated in many clubs over the years, Rachel is most recognized for being one of the co-founding presidents of the Pacific University chapter of the American Marketing Association," said Business Professor Hossein Rikhtehgar Berenji.
Pacific University's Latinx Studies Program invites you to a two-day symposium centered on the politics of migration in the United States, as it relates to themes of borders, mobility, citizenship, immigration policy, and belonging.
The Cawein Gallery of Art presents an exciting exhibition of vibrant weaving by the Bautistas. Meet the artists at an opening reception at 1 p.m. Monday, Nov. 15. The Bautista exhibition is showing through Thursday, Dec. 9.
As a child, Méndez Bolaños ’21 attended a school in Hillsboro where she struggled to keep up with classes requiring English. Now she teaches English language learners in the same school.
Twenty years ago, Gina Bell ʼ00 was building roads and diversifying crops with the Peace Corps in Paraguay. She didn’t expect this work to lead to her current managerial position with the city of Dubuque.