News, Media and Stories

Zade Al-Khatatbeh
“I wanted to be competitive in the market and earn that edge that others might not want to pursue,” said Zade Al-Khatatbeh MBA '18. He saw earning an MBA as a way to help develop the skills needed to advance a career goal of finance or consulting management.
Avery Reyes
Coming back from a concussion, the psychology and business major said, taught her how to manage heavy workloads and manage her time. “I just feel like I can do anything I set my mind to.”
Dijan Ihas
From playing in Sarajevo as bombs fell to conducting in Forest Grove, Dijana Ihas's journey as a musician has been remarkable.
Rikhteghar Berenji
Hossein Rikhtehgar Berenji, assistant professor of operations management in Pacific University’s College of Business, devotes his attention to issues "that affect the life of people or the planet."
Tiphanie Yanique
Join Pacific University's Visiting Writers series for an author talk and Q&A with Tiphanie Yanique — poet, novelist, and winner of numerous awards.
Digital photo of 4 dogs
Pacific University is proud to present The Future of Creativity: Regional High School Art Show online at the Kathrin Cawein Gallery of Art. The virtual art show displays exceptional artwork from students attending high schools in and around Washington County.
Lillian Wolfe
A kindergarten teacher's extra effort set Lillian Wolfe '20 on the path to teaching.
Trombley Square
Spring break 2021 is here and Pacific University has undergraduate students covered. Check out the activities happening from March 19 through March 28 on the Forest Grove Campus. Register asap to participate and win prizes!
Kerry Mandulak
The speech-language pathology profession is one of the least diverse in the country — a fact that the Pacific University School of Communication Sciences & Disorders is trying to change.
Public Health Update
As spring break approaches next week for many of our programs, we wish our students and faculty members a restful and much-deserved hiatus from classes. We are so proud of your resilience and incredibly hard work this year, amid truly challenging circumstances — at school, at home, and in our world. We encourage you to use this time to relax and rejuvenate as we head into the home stretch of the semester. We also urge you to make safe and thoughtful decisions about how you spend this time.

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