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Dr. Tzurei Chen
Dr. Chen, third-year physical therapy student Madelyn Foulk '23, and Sara Tomlinson PT '22 and Sydney Neumann PT '22 presented a poster at the 9th World Congress of Biomechanics in Taipei, Taiwan.
A space to be in community with one another and Student Counseling Center staff for discussion and support.
Marketa Marvanova
Dr. Marvanova previously served as dean and professor of the Skaggs School of Pharmacy at the University of Montana. Between July 2020 and September 2021, she also served as acting dean of the College of Health, overseeing five other accredited health profession schools.
MBA students in class
Submit the MBA application (no letters of recommendation or additional statements necessary) for direct admission.
As Pacific contemplated its mission in the 1970s, it looked to health professions studies as a way to complement the traditional liberal arts. 
Brendan Stamper co-chaired a session at the annual American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics (ASPET). Research by a graduate student and Dr. Stamper was also featured in a recent ASPET newsletter.
Berglund Center
The Berglund Center's  Inspired Ideas Competition is back in person! This is a unique opportunity for all Pacific students, graduate and undergraduate who have a creative idea that solves a problem or improves the lives of others. Win up to $25,000 worth of financial support in scholarships and product development to turn your idea into an actual prototype!
Matt Brink (left) of the Hillsboro Lions Club presents Pacific School of Audiology Director Wendy Hanks (center) and Assistant Professor of Audiology Marcin Wróblewski (right) with a check for the School of Audiology Legacy Scholarship
The Hillsboro Lions Club presented a check to the School of Audiology for the School of Audiology Legacy Scholarship Fund.
Thinking of advancing your career or graduate school experience? Pacific University's MBA program is your solution!
It’s spring break for undergraduate students on the Forest Grove Campus from March 21 to 25. Many, but not all students on the Hillsboro Campus in the College of Health Professions are also taking a break. Pacific University offices will remain open. 

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