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The College of Business is proud to introduce four new faculty members in Fall 2018 across multiple disciplines. These new faculty members will provide students with a mix of academic expertise and professional experience.
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University will honor its 2018 Alumni Association award recipients at a special dinner and ceremony on Friday, Oct. 19 as part of Homecoming festivities.
Steve Dustrude with his wife Cyndy and daughters, Erin and Amy, after he received an OEA award for member rights
Steve Dustrude applied his education at Pacific to become a school speech therapist, helping young people to master their difficulties with language. Along the way, he became a union activist and leader.
Daintry Bartoldus with Alice, her developmentally disabled, live-in friend, Alice. "She's a hoot," Bartoldus said.
Daintry Bartoldus '88 could never have planned the life she's led since graduating from Pacific, but her work with developmentally disabled people and systems in Hawaii has inspired many.
The longtime musician and educator will be honored during the university's Fall Choral Concert on Friday, Oct. 12.
Dr. Agbo on a Raphas Hands trip to west Africa
Dr. Peter Agbo has combined his love for medicine with helping the people of west Africa, returning each year on humanitarian missions.
MSW students and staff attending the walk
Students and staff from the Pacific University Master of Social Work program attended the Out of the Darkness Walk for Suicide Prevention in Eugene, OR on September 30. The walk is organized by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention whose goal is to reduce the annual suicide rate.
Dr. Kevin Chui contributed to three chapters in the 9th edition of Health Promotion Throughout the Life Span, a leading textbook on health promotion and disease prevention in healthcare education curriculum.
Physical Therapy students Jaylen Wilson (’20) and Ellen Key (’20) serve the Student Leadership Committee for the Oregon Physical Therapy Association.
Learn about the Pacific University College of Education's Woodburn-based master of arts in teaching program at the October 11 information meeting.

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