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Dr. Bompiani is a pediatric physical therapy residency program graduate from Oregon Health and Sciences University and has been a board certified pediatric clinical specialist since 2010. She has worked in multiple settings across pediatric physical therapy and is passionate about connecting and facilitating collaboration amongst therapists across various practice settings. 
Dr. Bhalla is chair of the Kinesiology Department and serves as the Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Fellow for the College of Arts & Sciences. She teaches a variety of courses centered on the psychosocial aspects of physical activity and sport, and her teaching supports the allied fields of gender & sexuality studies and disability studies.
Jill Dolata joined the Pacific University faculty in 2018 and teaches within the speech-language pathology master’s program and the undergraduate minor in CSD program.  She serves as the undergraduate advisor for the CSD minor and is the chair of the COE Technology Committee. 
Dr. Sellers joined the Pacific University faculty in 2018 after 17 years as a public school teacher and district administrator in Atlanta, Georgia, and she currently chairs the undergraduate teacher licensure program in the School of Learning and Teaching. 
Hossein Rikhtehgar Berenji holds a PhD in Operations & Business Analytics and a Master of Science in Decision Sciences from the Lundquist College of Business at the University of Oregon.
Dr. Duncan is an astrophysicist and science educator who combines a research background in physics and astronomy with experience teaching science concepts to a wide range of audiences.
Tyler Brumfield teaches art and design at Pacific University, where he also serves as the gallery coordinator for the Kathrin Cawein Gallery of Art, the studio technician for the Brown Hall Design Studio, and the chair of the Cultural Collections Committee. 
Schwartz has extensive teaching experience in graduate clinical psychology beginning in 1981. He was a core faculty member of the Illinois School of Professional Psychology for over 30 years. 
Harbison has been practicing dental hygiene since 2000. In 2016, she returned to school to advance her dental hygiene knowledge and career, earning her master’s at Idaho State University.
Pacific Landscaping will be spraying during Spring Break.