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Stephanie Borabora of Hawaii has been helping with the annual Lu'au at Pacific University since 1997 when her daughter attended Pacific.
Gene McIntyre ’60 earned a M.A. in history from the University of Oregon in 1965, followed by a Ph.D. in education from UO in 1969. He retired in 1999 after a career as a teacher, associate professor, staff development specialist and administrator for Oregon colleges, public schools and the State of Oregon. He writes a regular blog for the Salem Statesman Journal and lives in Keizer, Ore.
Goldfish Don't Eat Pizza Book Cover
A musician, former television news writer and current doctoral psychology graduate student in Pacific University’s School of Professional Psychology, Anna Antonia Giedwoyn, ’13 has also put together a children’s musical CD called Goldfish Don't Eat Pizza. She performed at Posh Baby in Portland last February.
Discover Pacific University's Hillsboro Campus, home to the College of Health Professions and graduate programs in the College of Business.
Hannah Poirier is pursuing a degree in Sustainable Design in the College of Arts & Sciences. She helped start the Life and Sol Garden, contributed to the Environmental and Civic Action Core, served as co-president of the Students for Environmental Action club and is a project leader for the B Street Permaculture Project.
Tal Sanders is an Assistant Professor of Theatre and serves as Technical Director for Theatre and Dance at Pacific University
Senior Projects Day at Pacific University April 27, 2011.
Through the Center for Languages and International Collaboration (CLIC), students and the community have access to print and electronic media from around the world in over 25 different languages.
Enie Vaisburd is an Assistant Professor of Media Arts at Pacific University. She is a nationally recognized filmmaker and professor of film and video. Vaisburd has helped Portland's film industry expand it's resources with her knowledge and experience as a filmmaker.
The English Language Institute (ELI) at Pacific University is a program for students who want to improve their academic English language skills before they take university classes in the United States. Most ELI students who successfully complete the ELI program transfer to one of Pacific University’s undergraduate or graduate programs.