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Alumni Award Winners Eddie Carrillo '15, MA '17; Rhony Bhopla MFA '22 and Jim Fittzgerald '68
Seven outstanding alumni will be presented with Pacific Unversity Alumni Association's Outstanding Alumni Achievement Award, David & Sandy Lowe Outstanding Alumni Service Award and Emerging Leader Award this October during Homecoming and Family Weekend.
Twenty members of Pacific's MFA faculty will present a week-long series of summer readings as part of the program's Summer Residency, presenting across the genres of poetry, fiction and nonfiction.
Scott Pike '68 OD '70
The former College of Optometry faculty member is recognized for his longtime service to the optometry profession and his work to provide eyecare to underserved populations.
Alexis Walker '23
The Forest Grove native and 2023 Pacific graduate is learning ropes of the performance business as Portland Opera's Ensemble Leaders Fellow.
Graduates Line Up Prior To May 2023 Commencement At Pacific University
Nearly 800 students will celebrate the latest milestone on their life journeys at Pacific University celebrates its May Commencement with two ceremonies on Saturday, May 18.
Mark Denney, Pacific University Vice President For Finance & Administration
Mark Denney began his duties on May 1. He comes to Pacific after serving nearly six years in a similar position at the University of Houston-Clear Lake in Texas.
Scott Tuomi Conducts At A Recent Chamber Singers Rehearsal
The joint concert with Pacific's Chamber Singers, Concert Choir and Philharmonic Orchestra on May 5 marks the end of a storied career for Distinguished University Professor of Music Scott Tuomi, who retires this spring.
Duncan Anderson '24 Posing With Syringe and Microscope
Duncan Anderson's '24 senior capstone research project is helping a Hawaiʻi company improve its project in a quest to reduce methane emissions from livestock.
The inaugural Indigenous Student Alliance Reconciliation Powwow takes place Saturday, May 4, at the Stoller Center, celebrating the Indigenous cultures of the region.
Noah Yamashiro '24 Singing
The inclusion of a five-song set of Hawaiian music in Noah Yamashiro's '24 senior recital was a homage to a culture that has had a large influence on his musical journey.

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