Dolores Holzgang ’54 died Sept. 23, 2021, at age 89.
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Public Health Professor Adelle Monteblanco Recognized for Research in Health, Gender and the Environment
Public Health Assistant Professor Adelle Monteblanco has been recognized as one of 15 Emerging Scholars-nationally for 2023 in Diverse Issues In Higher Education. Learn more about her research, which focuses on inequality as it pertains to extreme heat and examining its health impacts on vulnerable populations.
The six-chapter University Faculty and Governance Handbook is updated twice yearly in January and July. The January revision is now available. This 162-page document includes the university's history, shared governance system, university-wide processes, and much more.
It’s that time of year again! End-of-year tax reporting information for 2022 will be available on or before Jan. 31, 2023, on Paycom.
Deadline approaching. Register for a free, three-hour workshop for staff members to renew, reflect, and recharge as you enter the new year.
Pacific was one of four institutions nationally awarded the pilot grant by the U.S. Department of Education.
The 2023 edition of Boxer Boot Camp begins in February and runs for 11 weeks. As part of this program, faculty and staff are paired with their own personal student trainer (PST) and a nutritional assistant, who will help you achieve your personal wellness, fitness, and nutritional goals. Register by Friday, Feb. 10 for this free class and receive a free t-shirt!
There is a quiet power in writing letters, and this Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Pacific University invites you to bring this power to bear on global injustice. Please join students in the UC Fireside Lounge from 12:30 to 2 p.m. Monday, Jan. 16, for treats and letter writing in support of Amnesty International's Write for Rights.
Another year, another successful grant application for Pacific University technology upgrades by Ted Krupicka, the university's associate chief information officer.
Keep growing in 2023! The year of Wellness & Action initiative continues with a theme of “intellectual health” in January and February.