The editorial team of Silk Road Review: A Literary Crossroads is pleased to announce the official web launch of issue twenty, a celebration of over ten years and three hundred works published from around the world.
The editorial staff of Silk Road Review: A Literary Crossroads are pleased to announce the official web launch of issue nineteen, "Unclaimed." This themed issue features fiction writers, poets, memoirists, translators, playwrights, and other artists investigating cultures, identities, and ways of living that defy categorization or ownership.
Please join us in congratulating Dr. Brian Wilkinson, PT, DPT, CHT, CLT who recently completed advanced clinical training from the Norton School of Lymphatic Therapy.
Dr. Robert Nee has been invited to join a prestigious group of researchers, educators, and clinicians on the International Advisory Board for Musculoskeletal Science & Practice (formerly Manual Therapy).
School of Pharmacy Assistant Professor Dr. Ashim Malhotra has edited and authored a book entitled, “Emerging Applications, Perspectives, and Discoveries in Cardiovascular Research”, published by IGI Global of Hershey, Pennsylvania.
Come celebrate the works of university community members at the Hillsboro Campus Library on Tuesday, April 4 from noon to 1 p.m. Lunch will be provided.
School of Pharmacy Assistant Professor Dr. Marina Suzuki has recently published an article on a novel grapefruit juice which might be safely consumed with medications.
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.
Announcing new publications from MFA faculty members Kwame Dawes, Joseph Millar, Jack Driscoll, and Dorianne Laux.
An expert on the politics of international sport, Dr. Boykoff urges Olympics 2024 host city finalists Los Angeles and Paris to demand more support from International Olympic Committee.