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Kestral in a researchers hand
Kestrels are disappearing worldwide — except in Forest Grove, where they thrive. Through the Pacific University undergraduate research program, one professor and his students are studying the healthy population to find out how they can protect the species elsewhere.
Alyssa Tuttle pictured working in the lab
Scholarships make a Pacific University education possible for many students, like Alyssa Tuttle, the granddaughter of migrant farmworkers who is becoming a pharmacist.
Eva Forrester with her 2 sons.
Scholarships are what make Pacific University possible for many students, like single mom and math major Eva Forrester '14.
Dori Carlson OD '89 has been named the third recipient of the Kamelia Massih Prize for a Distingu
Pacific University's Handball Team returned from the National Collegiate Championships in Tempe, Ariz., as national champions.
Pacific University's School of Physician Assistant Studies has received a grant from the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) to implement a rural healthcare program that will benefit both underserved populations and military veterans.
Two School of Pharmacy professors are exploring how one drug may be used to fit patients’ individual needs.
Charlotte Basch smiling in thumbnail
Pacific sophomore Charlotte Basch started re-writing her people's history when she was 12. Now, she is a leader in the Clatsop-Nehalem Tribe and is studying ways to help bring her heritage back to life.
Award honors an outstanding optometry alumnus or alumna for care in serving both patients and communities.

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