News, Media and Stories

Dr. Tabitha Galindo '19 DPT
Dr. Tabitha Galindo '19 is selected to participate in American Physical therapy Association (APTA) Centennial Scholars Program.
Dr. Ryann Lewis '20 DPT
Ryann Lewis '20 DPT is elected as a delegate for the Virginia chapter of  APTA.
Dr. Fraser Horn
Dr. Horn has served as interim dean since November 2019. He is an alumnus of Pacific's undergraduate programs and College of Optometry, has served as faculty and associate dean in the college, and is an expert is sports vision.
Sander “Sandy” Cakebread MAT '84 was featured in Our Town community news of Silverton, Ore.
College of Health Professions
Pacific University’s College of Health Professions has been awarded a prestigious $985,752 grant to better serve the mental health and substance use treatment needs of rural and medically underserved patients.
Ruth Zúñiga
Pacific University Professor Ruth Zúñiga, the director of Pacific’s Sabiduría: Latina/o Psychology Emphasis, was awarded a pair of grants to support the outreach work she and her students conduct in the LatinX community.
Jennifer Antick
A recent analysis by a team of researchers, including Pacific University Psychology Professor Jennifer Antick, found limited research evaluating depression screening tools in patients with kidney failure, often because the studies were small or had other shortcomings. 
Pacific Index meeting
Pacific University’s journalism program has embraced the digital age, both in the classroom and in The Pacific Index, the student-run newspaper.
Tran Library
With finals just around the corner, students may chat, email or call library staff for assistance. Pacific Libraries are also looking for students to take a survey and apply for its newly created student advisory board. Fourteen paid positions are up for grabs for undergraduate and graduate students. 
Dr Bueno
Students from the School of Graduate Psychology's Sabiduría Latina/o Psychology Emphasis released issue one of the Sabiduría Newsletter, Saber Es Poder (Knowledge is Power). The inspiration for this newsletter stems from the social justice movements happening across the country. As Sabiduría students we make outreach a pillar of our training, and we recognize that we do not always do a great job of including other students and faculty members in our efforts. The purpose of this newsletter is to increase communication, continue the conversation for racial equality, showcase Sabiduría’s community work, and inspire others to get involved.

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