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What can you do for the world with just a little time? Find ideas from the Pacific University Center for Civic Engagement.
Alumna and financial advisor Noel Pacarro Brown MAT '05 and College of Business Professor Laura McNally offer tips for managing your money in the short and long term.
A hard-earned lesson opened the door to future success for alumna Kathleen (O'Malley) Celmins '04.
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Trustee and attorney Matthew Lowe provides simple guidance to get started creating your will.
DeBois family
Erica DeBois MAT '97 may be a teacher, but even she struggles with the educational choices available for her children. Find advice from alumni and College of Education on choosing a school.
Working in the Sonora Desert water drops.
Bruce '68 and Judy Bishop '68 dedicate down time in retirement to getting active in their community.
At Pacific, caring for student-athletes is a community affair. Before any football players stepped onto Ledbetter Field for practices, they received care from dental hygiene and optometry students.   
Running Rickshaw in Action
Several years ago, Patching watched his oldest daughter drive a cart behind miniature horses, and the image struck a spark. Why push a stroller when he could pull a cart? That image became the impetus for his running rickshaw, the first of two projects Patching completed as a two-time Berglund Center Fellow at Pacific University.
David Hege, smiling in Berglund Center
Last year, David Hege PharmD ’18, a pharmacy student at Pacific University, got a real-life lesson in the difficulties many patients and their caregivers experience when it comes to juggling prescription medications.
Aaron Bergman Smiling
Aaron Bergman PhD ‘18, a Pacific University doctoral student in clinical psychology, believes smarthphones also have the potential to help people struggling to find lasting recovery from drug and alcohol addiction.

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