When the Rewards Can Be So Great is a compilation of selected crafts talks delivered by faculty at the Pacific University MFA program. Buy it in paperback or as an ebook.
Pacific University Press’ Latest Offering Chronicles Oregon Health & Science University’s Remarkable Transformation into a National Health Leader
Launched in 2015, the university's publishing arm releases its second book.
Students and faculty are asked to complete a survey about their use of the library to help in future service planning.
A history of Pacific University by Marion Giersbach has been published with assistance from the University Libraries.
Work has begun in the Forest Grove Campus Library to enclose the Library’s Media Commons, which will eventually make it available for 24-hour student use in addition to the current 24-hour study space and computer classroom.
Isaac Gilman, who has served as interim director of Pacific University Libraries since January, has been chosen to continue as director indefinitely.
Pacific University Archives Offers Look Back at 1980s Rajneesh Crisis Through Governor Atiyeh’s Personal Collection
The online exhibit features a number of artifacts from Atiyeh's personal collection while he served as the state's chief executive.
A historic story gives its name to Pacific's new Bee Tree Books publishing service. So it is only fitting that the first publication is a book of historic essays from the university's earliest days.
As it celebrates its 10-year anniversary this fall, the Library is still counted among the “new” buildings on Pacific University’s Forest Grove Campus. A decade, after all, is nothing compared to the original campus library, Carnegie Hall, which marked its centennial in 2012, or the recently renovated Scott Hall, which was the library from 1967 to 2010.
The pieces we have of Boxer — a foot, ear and the tail — have been reunited to create a permanent display. The Boxer display is located in the lobby of the Forest Grove Campus Library.