Worried about hard conversations over the Thanksgiving dinner table? You're not alone. The Tom McCall Center for Civic Engagement has created a quick guide for managing these conversations.
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Spots are still available at the NHOH tapa flower making workshop on Tuesday, Nov. 28. Create two tapa flowers and learn about the history and use of tapa in many Polynesian cultures.
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.
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.
UIS is happy to announce the availability of MyBoxer, a resource for students and employees to navigate all things Pacific!
The grant from the U.S. Department of Education will fund a project to create a toolkit to help elementary school teachers use digital tools in math instruction.
Spaces will begin to come ready for final cleaning, AV install, and furniture moving in mid-December. As a whole, the building will remain closed for full move-in until substantial completion and temporary occupancy on Jan. 10, 2024. The construction fence comes down the following week on Jan. 17.
Find wonderful handmade treasures created by your fellow students, faculty, and staff. Friday Nov. 17 from 3 to 7 p.m. in Washburne Center lounge area on the Forest Grove campus.
NHOH and the Pacific Islanders of Intel will host a tapa flower making workshop on Nov. 28, in the MPR. Learn about the history and use of tapa in many Polynesian cultures.
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