Brett Bousquet '10, DPT '13, Leads Nomadic Life as a Physical Therapist for the Milwaukee Bucks NBA Team
Celebrate the transition to the new year with this do-it-yourself bunting. All you need is a printer, paper, scissors, adhesive and some string to make one of your very own!
A poem written by Jamaica Baldwin MFA '17, "Teaching the Beasts to Devour My Mother," was named winner of the San Miguel Writers Conference prize for poetry.
The new year is a great time to reevaluate your priorities, make lifestyle changes and take steps to become the person you want to be. Here are some tips to help make this your best year yet!
Emily Woodworth ’16 is on a creative roll.
The university thanked its most dedicated donors, including the latest inductees of the 1849 Society and President's Circle, during the annual Celebration of Giving, held Nov. 29.
Decorate your home or office for winter with some specially-made snowflakes. Cut them out and hang them from your walls, ceiling and more!
Alumna Dr. Bethany Lukens selected as an American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) Emerging Leader for "making outstanding contributions to the field of physical therapy" early in her career.
A retired educator and speech pathologist, Steve Dustrude '73 has invested in student success, in and out of the classroom. He's been a leader in Oregon's education system and an advocate for student support at Pacific University.
As executive administrator of the Hawai`i Council on Developmental Disabilities, Daintry Bartoldus '88 spends her working hours ensuring support for vulnerable members of her community. But outside of work, she goes even further, taking in neighbors and lifting up those in need.