Emily Woodworth ’16 is on a creative roll.
As the calendar year comes to an end, we hope you will consider supporting Pacific University and our students with a year-end gift. Every gift, of any amount, makes an impact, and there are many different ways to support Pacific and our students.
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.
Steve Dustrude applied his education at Pacific to become a school speech therapist, helping young people to master their difficulties with language. Along the way, he became a union activist and leader.
Daintry Bartoldus '88 could never have planned the life she's led since graduating from Pacific, but her work with developmentally disabled people and systems in Hawaii has inspired many.
The Littlefield Family Endowed Scholarship is awarded annually to one optometry student from a rural community. The Littlefields are originally from North Dakota and witnessed first-hand how Pacific’s nurturing community benefits students.
The charity Dr. Peter Agbo co-founded, in partnership with Nissis Vessels Foundation and Mecca USA, will deliver medical care and services to people traumatized by war, as well as those who lack basic care. His passion for service has been an inspiration to his faculty and classmates back at Pacific, which is why the Pacific University Alumni Association is honoring him with the 2018 Emerging Leader Award.