Written by Gray Ashford '17, Tunnel City explores the life of a transgender male trying to find his place in the rough-and-tumble Pacific Northwest of the early 20th century.
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The National Science Foundation award will provide mini-grants for research opportunities over the next five years through the Center for Undergraduate Research in Mathematics.
Pacific University’s College of Arts & Sciences will be hosting national teaching and learning expert Kevin Gannon on Tuesday, Oct. 3. There will be several opportunities for students, faculty and staff to interact with Dr. Gannon, also known as "the Tattooed Professor."
With eyes on the skies for a pair of solar eclipses, Pacific's Todd Duncan & Karl Citek provide insights into the science behind eclipses and tips for keeping your eyes safe for upcoming events in October and April.
Murata is the 2023 NCAA Division III menʻs winner of the annual award named for the late Grand Slam champion, honoring tennis student-athletes nationwide that have exhibited outstanding sportsmanship and leadership.
The five-year sub-award, earned in conjunction with Oregon Health & Science University, will provide undergraduate teaching opportunities to a diverse group of post-doctoral scholars.
Class of 2023 Honored at Undergraduate Student Awards Ceremony | Colleges of Arts & Sciences, Business and Education
Pacific University’s colleges of Arts & Sciences, Business and Education honored its 2023 undergraduate students on May 17.
Pacific University and the Forest Grove Police Department are challenging bias, race and policing. In October, the university hosted a private training involving scenarios about the houseless, immigrants, and a mental health crisis. Learn more about this evolving partnership that started 18 months ago.
Hire and support Pacific University students for video and graphic design projects! Submit a request with MAPS today!
The Student Counseling Center is excited to announce group and workshop offerings to support students in their journey at Pacific. Check out available groups as well as new offerings and services provided by the SCC this fall.