Join Pacific University for THIS IS KALAPUYAN LAND, a panel exhibition, a land acknowledgment and a call to action, presented on the Forest Grove Campus by the Student Multicultural Center, The Tran Library, The Forest Grove Library and the Five Oaks Museum.
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Pacific is proud to join in celebrating the history, traditions and contributions of Indigenous people and recognizing their fight to reclaim lands and rights in order to sustain their culture.
Annie Lewis ’03 stepped into the role of deputy director of Multnomah County Library on Oct. 1, 2022. Lewis formerly held the positions of Gresham Library supervisor Spanish youth librarian at Fairview-Columbia Library.
This fall, the Center for Learning and Student Success (CLASS) is offering drop-in undergraduate tutoring for some of our most popular subjects, including chemistry, biology, and mathematics.
Are you passionate about libraries (or even just deeply curious) and want to help shape Pacific's library services? Consider applying to become a member of the University Libraries' Student Advisory Board.
A long-lost seasonal lake that was a center of life for Native Americans who lived in the Tualatin Valley two centuries ago is slowly regaining its form, thanks to the efforts of members of the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde, the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, and volunteers from Pacific University.
The collected papers of Pacific alumnus and former U.S. Rep. Les AuCoin are now available to researchers, students and others at the Tran Library at Pacific University.
Robbie Pock MFA ’10 has received the Pacific University Provost's Junior Faculty Award for Teaching.
The Open Educational Resources initiative is an effort to lighten the financial load for students.
Tim and Cathy Tran struggled to survive after the fall of South Vietnam but overcame challenges to reach America, where they flourished.