Approximately 65 middle school girls, ages 12-15, took part in the 15th annual Girls Today Conference in October. Girls Today was an all-day conference held at the Forest Grove campus that brought together graduate and undergraduate students from the School of Graduate Psychology, Master of Social Work, the Center for Gender Equity and the American Association of University Women.
Martha Rampton was featured in a WalletHub article about women's equality.
The Office of Equity, Diversion and Inclusion is hosting a series of workshops on the University's Bias/Hate Incident Reporting System. Learn the difference between a bias incident and a hate incident and how to report it.
When Dr. Martha Rampton arrived on Pacific’s campus as a history professor in 1994, female professors still were sometimes treated like secretaries, being asked, for example, to fetch coffee for their male colleagues.A year later, Pacific had its first Feminist Studies program.
Students at Pacific can draw upon a rich network of support for issues ranging from sexual harassment to a dead car battery.
The center's mission continues, with the addition of interpersonal violence advocacy and prevention work previously provided by Campus Wellness.
The Queer Prom, scheduled for May 3, had been canceled due to unforeseen circumstances. Organizers plan to reschedule for the fall.
Pacific senior Tessa Nelson '19 is the 2018-19 recipient of the LGBTQ+ Coral Scholarship.
Optimizing Care Across the Gender Spectrum, a one-day workshop on Saturday, April 6, provides tools for speech-language pathologists and educators.
Dr. Jaime Schultz will give the talk at 7 p.m. in the Marsh Hall Taylor Auditorium on the Forest Grove Campus.