A first-generation college student, Garcia Angeles started his life in a farming community in Mexico. When he was 9, he moved with his family — his “amazing parents who have only a third- and sixth-grade education” — to Oregon, where he started fourth grade as an English language learner. Now, as the first in his family to attend and graduate college, he is pursuing his master of arts in teaching at Pacific, planning to work at a Title I school in or near Hillsboro.
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As a faculty member in Pacific University’s School of Learning & Teaching, Bryan Cichy-Parker is focused on other people’s needs: both his students and the generations of children they will influence. “From the admissions process to graduation, you have someone by your side who thinks about your needs and the needs of the possibly two generations of children that you could end up teaching.
Jeffrey Bullock MAT '96 Named Finalist for Superintendent of Klamath Falls City Schools Board of Education
Jeffrey Bullock MAT '96 was named a finalist for the superintendent of Klamath Falls City Schools Board of Education position in February 2021.
Three Pacific alumni were among those featured by the Eugene Register-Guard as they explored how schools support students in a challenging political climate.
Spanish-speaking children who visit the Newberg Library YouTube channel are the winners when the undergraduate teaching student gets in front of the camera.
Katie Krauss, current MAT student, receives $500 for her Steins Pillar Elementary art classroom.She was recently featured on News Channel 21's One Class At A Time and shared how she is teaching in-person classes during COVID.
Molly Lampros MAT '08 was one of six Clark College faculty members named "Exceptional Faculty" by the Vancouver, Wash., college.
Erin Shepherd MAT '05 was appointed to a new position within the Gresham-Barlow (Ore.) school district.
Mallory Goldammer '10, MAT '11 became the new Tigard High School girl's basketball coach.
Todd Hamilton MAT '95 was featured in a podcast about Oregon Gov. Kate Brown's new education bill.