News, Media and Stories

On Wednesday, Feb. 10, the Human Resources Department will start weekly Zoom drop-in hours.
Pacific University students, instructors, and practitioners in healthcare profession programs are invited to take part in Toward a Health Presence — a free eight-week online training designed to support stress reduction and resilience.
The grants require students to demonstrate exceptional need and can be used for any component of the student’s cost of attendance or emergency costs that arise due to the COVID-19 pandemic, including tuition, food, housing, healthcare or childcare.
Melissa Lowery in a scene from Black Girl in Suburbia
Melissa Lowery has taken some of the lessons of her film, Black Girl in Suburbia, and applied them to her own life.
Tell us about your pharmacy experience
Eligible participants can earn a $25 gift card for sharing their opinions.
Super Bowl Sunday is this weekend. While we hope you enjoy the game (or commercials), this isn’t the year for a Super Bowl party. If you want to enjoy the day with friends, consider a Zoom gathering or other virtual watch party.
Templeton and Osbrink
A team led by Pacific University alumna Ali Osbrink ’19 and including Pacific Biology Associate Professor Christopher Templeton is having a paper on songbird cognition published in Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, a prestigious UK-based scientific journal. 
Boxercord logo
Boxers, its finally here...Boxercord! Join us on  the official Pacific Discord server, created by students, for students.
Students wearing masks
This is an unprecedented time for everyone, and the COVID-19 Response Team is here to help. The CRT is a group of student workers eager and willing to help with the various campus needs related to COVID-19. Students are dispersed on university campuses and at times studying remotely.
Ruth Zúñiga, PhD
Here are some of the ways that the School of Graduate Psychology's Sabiduría students have been supporting the mental health of the Latinx community in Oregon affected by COVID and the recent sociopolitical climate and our plans for continuing this work.

Pages