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Boxer Giving Day is March 21-22
How can you show your Boxer spirit on Boxer Giving Day? Let us count the ways. In fact, we have six suggestions and how to participate!
Academic Success and Student Engagement Coordinator, Majestik De Luz '23 is conducting a survey through AmeriCorps on the student experience at Pacific University.
Nominations for staff-at-large positions are being accepted for the Diversity, Finance, Honors & Awards, and Technology committees. Consider nominating yourself or a colleague for these three-year positions, which start in September. 
The Tom McCall Center for Civic Engagement invites you to participate in the hiring process for the new Forest Grove Chief of Police. City leaders are looking for public input at two upcoming online sessions. You can also complete a survey and share your priorities for the job.  
Get your tickets for the 62nd annual Nā Haumāna O Hawai'i Lūʻau & Hōʻike at Pacific University! Tickets will be available through Friday, March 10.
The faculty and students from the Athletic Training Program will be sharing their expertise at the 2023 Northwest Athletic Trainers Association (NWATA) Conference. The conference is scheduled next week in Spokane, Wash.
Become a 2023 orientation leader. This is a unique opportunity for students to gain leadership experience, work alongside Pacific University staff and faculty, and become a mentor to your peers. Apply by April 21, and spread the word! 
What does it take to become a physical therapist? That's what fifth and sixth-grade students from Jackson Elementary School in Hillsboro learned about when they visited the College of Health Professions Campus in February.
Inauguration Week
Dwell in Possibilities is a weeklong series of special events featuring the work of Pacific students, employees and alumni. Join in the celebration with a health fair, tours, demonstrations, panel discussions and showcases!
Celebrate Women's History Month with a unique panel of alumnae women hosted in conversation with Pacific University President Dr. Jenny Coyle.