The biology major from Roseburg graduated summa cum laude on May 21 and is one of two students to have received a Fulbright award this year.
Xavier Muñoz ’00 is safe following the April 16 earthquake in Ecuador, but he's reaching out to friends around the world for support for his country.
Use your social networks and ask people questions, says Mike Geraci '91. The first in his family to attend college, Geraci chose Pacific, where he went on to become an associate professor in the Department of Media Arts.
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.
Mark Loomis OTD '17 spent more than 10 years as a search-and-rescue swimmer in the Navy, serving in the Middle East. Today, he is embarking on a new career as an occupational therapist, hoping to help other veterans with the transition to civilian life.
The first in his family to attend college, Bob Fitzmorris '08 is a recent Pacific University graduate — who's a visiting professor at his alma mater.
The senior majoring in biology will work with a University of Erlangen team that is researching the addictive mechanisms of alcoholism.
Reflections on College Life: Pacific University Theatre's Winter Production Examines Two Boxer Women Living Fifty Years Apart
Dance Slow Decades, a play by Kailea Saplan '15, captures the intersecting lives of two Pacific University women Feb. 11-14 in the Tom Miles Theatre.
Danika Gilbert '94 led 13 Afghan girls on a mountain climbing expedition, helping them build leadership skills and confidence in a part of the world that often tells them, "You can't."
A family gift allowed Judy Mason '60 to attend Pacific University — and it changed her world. Mason has given back to Pacific for the past 20 years, hoping to create the same opportunities for others.