Salgado teaches courses in the undergraduate psychology program in the College of Arts & Sciences, focusing on psychological health and well-being, mindfulness, and community psychology.
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Read’s clinical expertise is in mental health occupational therapy.
She is currently serving as the principle investigator for Childhood Atropine for Myopia Progression (CHAMP) study at Pacific University College of Optometry.
She has taught students at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, collaborated on senior capstone projects with students in the CSD minor, and investigated the feasibility and outcomes of holistic review for graduate admissions in order to diversify the future CSD workforce.
Loevy teaches courses in the history of philosophy, the philosophy of art, the philosophy of religion, and Asian and Islamic philosophy in Pacific’s College of Arts & Sciences.
Hunsinger teaches Social and Cognitive Psychology, Research Methods, and Statistics in the School of Graduate Psychology’s Applied Psychological Sciences master's program.
Eisen is a critical race scholar whose classes support the undergraduate Sociology, Anthropology, Criminal Justice, Law & Society, and Gender and Sexuality Studies programs at Pacific University.
Davis-Risen, an alumna of Pacific’s PA program, has been with the school since 2011 and served as director since 2022.
Make a special day even more special! Pacific University employees can bestow a family member's diploma on stage during May’s Commencement ceremony. Simply contact Karla Staihar in the President’s Office and attend a rehearsal before the big day!
Sabbatical projects and leave are recommended by college personnel committees and deans and approved by the president.