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Asela Chandrasinghe ’19 smiling
Her student research focuses on ways to constrain the addictive effects of smoking.
Shawn Opfer '19 smiling
The Pacific University student's study plans were "disrupted" by an encounter with computational chemistry. Now he’s using computational chemistry to study the behavior of surfactant compounds, with an eye on real-world uses.
Kelsi Roth Pictured smiling
A creative writing major, Roth has tackled difficult subjects in her original works. “I hope that it opens up people’s minds and I hope that it makes people laugh,” said Roth, who says she employs “dark humor” to deal with sensitive subjects.
Keilian MacCulloch Smiling
Keilian MacCulloch '19 fell in love with chemistry at Pacific University. After conducting research in the lab, he hopes to earn a PhD and spend his career in chemistry.
Senior Projects Day
On Wednesday, April 24, Pacific's undergraduate student Class of 2019 will showcase an impressive array of research across all disciplines.
Rayne Houser and Cody Tang Pictured Together
For their capstone projects, Rayne Houser ’18 and Cody Tang ’18 helped with a faculty-led study that found that exercise may help prevent and manage glaucoma.
Writing music gives youth opportunity to create and connect.
Andrea Eitner Smiling in interview
Music therapy major Andrea Eitner '17 explores the uses of music therapy in the NICU — and finds a career aspiration.
Madison Clifford '17 explores the journey of loss in a nine-piece art installation for her senior capstone project.
Clara Howell '17 created an annual magazine for the university to enhance deeper storytelling on campus.

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