The Health Literacy eToolkit provides faculty with resources such as literature, videos, and practical tools to support teaching health literacy concepts, knowledge, and skills to health professions students.
Nikita Katoozi OD '18, MEd/VFL '18 won a student writing competition that will earn her publication in an international journal. Her research examined ways for teachers to identify children with vision needs.
Education Professor Donna Kalmbach Phillips finds fulfillment — and applicability — in her work promoting literacy.
A quarterly publication of the Oregon Physical Therapy Association (OPTA).
Professor Jules Boykoff Analyzes the IOC's Expected Awarding of the Summer Games to Paris and Los Angeles
Dr. Boykoff, chair of Pacific University's Politics & Government Department and a recognized scholar on the politics of international sport, provides his perspectives to the Los Angeles Times, ESPN and the Orange County (Calif.) Register.
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).
Pacific University invites the public to McGill Auditorium on the Forest Grove Campus on Wednesday evening, May 10, for a special preview of an upcoming talk that physics professor Todd Duncan will give at an invitation-only TEDx conference later this month.
Pacific University School of Pharmacy students and faculty make strong showing at annual professional meeting.
The Press' first publication, When the Rewards Can Be So Great, is awarded a gold medal in the writing/publishing category.
Tyehimba Jess honored for Olio (Wave Books 2016), which investigates the lives of African American performers prior to the Civil War and continuing to the beginning of World War I.