The Olympia, Wash. resident and 2015 Fulbright award recipient is one of just 129 scholars to be selected for China's equivalent of a Rhodes Scholarship.
In the News: Center for Civic Engagement Offers Tips for How to Talk to Loved Ones with Different Viewpoints
CCE director Stephanie Stokamer appeared on Portland NBC affiliate KGW 8 with some tips for how to talk to loved ones with different perspectives this holiday season.
Dr. Moore provided insight on the recent general election - what happened nationally and here in Oregon - at the Washington County Public Affairs Forum held Nov. 14.
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.
Carlos Esparza '15 and Jordan Kronen '14 will teach English in Mexico and Malaysia, respectively, during the 2015-2016 academic year.
Dr. Boykoff will travel to Brazil later this year to research the politics, economics and social issues of the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
Dr. Boykoff's perspective has recently appeared in The Nation, The Boston Globe, Al Jazeera America and the Boston Herald.
Jules Boykoff was the featured speaker at the City Club of Portland’s Friday Forum.
The chair of the university's Politics & Government Department will discuss the politics of the Sochi Winter Olympics.
Associate Professor Jules Boykoff receiving international attention for his research on the Olympic Games
Politics & Government faculty member and 2012 recipient of a Graves Award in the Humanities undertakes research on activism and the Olympics. His commentary has recently appeared in The New York Times, The Guardian (UK) and The Nation.