Mitchell Ulrich '22 was announced as a winner of a Fulbright Scholarship at Pacific University's 2022 Undergraduate Student Awards.
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"Taiba has taken every opportunity to learn from challenges and to improve," nominators wrote. "She brings a desire to do the right thing and doesn't want to let herself or her instructors down. She is open to critique and is honest and self-reflective when she knows there are areas where she can improve."
Fargo is "a natural leader for the staff at the CGE," said Center for Gender Equity Director V Martin.
Guerrero is the editor of an anthology of poetry by female poets of Hawai'i, served as a First-Year Seminar mentor, and worked with PLUM and Silk Road Review publications at Pacific.
Stuart-Shuman "lives the inherent activism, candor, humor, and resilience that are hallmarks of this vital study," said V Martin, director of the Center for Gender Equity.
"Sammie's enduring passion for musical theatre and her dedication to hard work with musicians, actors, and stage crew makes her a perfect candidate for this award," said Professor Dijana Ihas.
"Mr. Massey-Johnson's tenacity, maturity, passion, intellectual growth supersedes most of his peers," faculty wrote.
Espinoza is “the total package," said Politics & Government Professor Paul Snell. "She is an outstanding, hard-working, compassionate student."
"Once here, Kara particularly focused on Act in Kindness Day and the Love Rocks initiative, highlighting her strengths in building a community of care. As a future dentist, Kara has traveled internationally with Global Brigades, and has worked to establish a chapter of Global Brigades here at Pacific — still a work in progress, but without Kara's initiative would not even be seed here."
He is a triple major in computer science, mathematics and economics who has been an intern at Intel Corp., where he will work full-time upon graduation.