Things were different at Pacific University in 2020, the year of COVID-19.
Clark ’65, MSEd ’70 and Rae Peters ’65 found love at Pacific — love of teaching, love of speech, and love of each other. And more than 50 years later, they’re not letting go.
Former baseball player and current assistant coach Dusty Meyer ’19 is a recipient of a scholarship from the Roloff family.
Four recent Pacific University alumni are pursuing careers in business thanks in large part to the Ledbetter Endowed Scholarship, which provides support for juniors or seniors in the College of Business.
On Fridays, families arrive one by one at the Brim Family Outdoor Learning Center at Pacific University. Completed just last year, the outdoor learning space and gazebo classroom were meant to augment hands-on discovery and nature opportunities for students in the university’s Early Learning Community — a preschool through second-grade demonstration school operated by Pacific’s College of Education.
Pacific University donors make a tremendous difference in the everyday lives of students, from funding new learning facilities to helping launch innovative programs to establishing scholarships.
Buy a piece; help a student. It’s the way the poet and visual artist gives back.
Shawn Cardwell ’96, MAT ‘98 and Celeste Goulding ’10 are not just looking for ways to shelter people in western Washington County, Ore.; They’re looking for longer-term solutions to one of the region’s most enduring problems.
The longtime Red Cross volunteer helps deploy resources to places where people are hurting in the wake of natural disasters. This fall, they were hurting close to home.
Spanish-speaking children who visit the Newberg Library YouTube channel are the winners when the undergraduate teaching student gets in front of the camera.