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Student & Professor Working Together In Chemistry Lab
Pacific ranks No. 1 among all private colleges in the Pacific Northwest in research and development and is among the top institutions on the West Coast.
The Alumni Association Board has elected Rhony Bhopla MFA ’22 as Vice-President and welcomed new members Rebekah Goodfellow MBA '22 and Jenny Johnson-Riley '98.
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The university's Master of Social Work and Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology programs will split a two-year, $1.8 million grant from the Oregon Health Authority aimed to increase the capacity and diversity in the state's mental health workforce.
Exterior of the Propstra Forest Grove Creamery Building Following 2023 Remodel.
The historic structure, officially known as the Propstra Forest Grove Creamery Building, will house the Outdoor Pursuits program and the Outdoor Leadership major in purpose-built spaces.
Julia Senestaro Practices PA Skills
Julia Senestraro '21 PA '25 wants to ensure that language barriers break down in her work as a physician assistant. Pacific's involvement in the AHEC Scholars program is helping her prepare to meet that goal.
Emily Kresin '24 Discusses Her Poster Presentation At The Murdock Conference
Pacific students participated in the Murdock College Science Research Conference, which provides students in the Northwest the opportunity to present research on topics across an entire spectrum of scientific subjects. This year's conference was co-hosted by Pacific University.
Cody Mills Playing The Guitar In His Home
Music was a powerful force as Cody Mills '20 transitioned from military life to civilian life. Now a graduate of Pacific's music therapy program, Mills uses the power of music to help others.
Kayaks On The Willamette River During An Adventures Without Limits Trip
Through Adventures Without Limits, which he founded in 1995, Brad Bafaro '80 MAT '86 provides avenues for those with physical and mental disabilities to experience the outdoors. 
Through her work with Metro, the Portland area's regional government, Punneh Abdolhosseini '14 works to redefine modern definitions of connecting to the land.
Wesley Heredia Sitting On Bench On Pacific University Forest Grove Campus
Through his work with the Deschutes County non-profit, Vamanos Outside, Wesley Heredia '15 works to open the outdoors up to the area's growing Laxinx population.

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