Kirsten Londeree DPT '24 is featured in the APTA Home Health Quarterly Report 'The Impact That Home Health Had on Me.'
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Cold and flu season is here. Take care of yourself and your community by following these health tips.
The Office of International Programs is excited to invite you to kick off our inaugural celebration of International Education Week in the Tran Library main lobby. This is part of a national celebration of the power and importance of international education.
Join AMA Club's WIX Workshop on Nov. 14 to build your website or portfolio using WIX. Attendees get a free one-year WIX upgrade. Register now and elevate your online presence!
Join ALAS and the Ace Board on the UC Patio for snacks, games, live music and food for celebration of Dia De Los Muertos from 6 to 10 p.m.Friday Nov. 3.
On Oct. 25, the Master of Fine Arts in Writing presented the fall Mapmakers Alumni Institute, "The Human in Humor," featuring Sanjiv Bhattacharya, Bernard Cooper, and Kwame Dawes Mapmakers Scholar Angela Wang MFA '23 (Nonfiction).
Music was a powerful force as Cody Mills '20 transitioned from military life to civilian life. Now a graduate of Pacific's music therapy program, Mills uses the power of music to help others.
Through Adventures Without Limits, which he founded in 1995, Brad Bafaro '80 MAT '86 provides avenues for those with physical and mental disabilities to experience the outdoors.
The Office of Marketing & Communications works to tell the story of Pacific University and its people. Find some recent highlights of stories, news releases, photo sets and media mentions.
Through her work with Metro, the Portland area's regional government, Punneh Abdolhosseini '14 works to redefine modern definitions of connecting to the land.