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In February, our Assistant Dean for Student Affairs, Dr. Brandon Nuziale, along with pharmacy practice faculty members Dr. Nathan Doctor and Dr. Katie Steele (Dr. Steele starts with PUSOP on April 1!), joined sophomore and juniors at Glencoe High School in Hillsboro for a Health Sciences Career Exploration Event.
In a commendable display of commitment to community engagement, students from Pacific University School of Pharmacy have been actively involved in outreach initiatives at the Beaverton Academy of Science and Engineering (BASE). The collaboration aims to empower high school students with valuable skills essential for exploring careers in healthcare, aligning with the Health Occupation Students of America (HOSA) guidelines.
John Ruskin, the 19th century writer and philosopher once said, “In general, pride is at the bottom of all great mistakes.”  Yikes.  But let’s be real, this is the same guy that said, “No human being, however great, or powerful, was ever so free as a fish.”  Is it bad to be proud?  What about being prideful?  If it comes at the expense of humility or humanity, that’s not good, but the feeling of satisfaction that comes from achievement is not intrinsically wrong. So let me ask you: are you proud of yourself?
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The following faculty members have been granted sabbatical leave during the 2024-2025 academic year.
Outdoor Pursuits is offering rental packages that will be available for the duration of Spring Break! 
This month we will highlight the women in the UC Kitchen Dinner Service and feature signature dishes from our sous chef Kerri Willis and tasty treats from pastry chef Sara Newsham.
During Spring Break, dining services are limited. If you will be on campus over the break and are looking for a pick-me-up, stop by the Forest Grove Market to purchase a to-go kit.
Ty Kovatch
In part two of this look back at the first Pacific team to reach the NCAA Division III postseason, the Boxers show their resiliency in weathering a tough non-conference schedule and a bumpy start to the Northwest Conference to end the season on an incredible run.
Pacific University's Personnel Records Policy (POL – U1030) has been updated and is available online.