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Tanner Arakaki
Three students placed in this year's regional competition, following on the heels of a grand-prize win in 2021.
Brendan Stamper co-chaired a session at the annual American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics (ASPET). Research by a graduate student and Dr. Stamper was also featured in a recent ASPET newsletter.
Bill Stoller
Stoller, a 1974 Pacific University undergraduate alumnus, will receive an honorary doctor of letters at Pacific’s Undergraduate Commencement, where he also will be the keynote speaker
Pacific data science students Iris Murakami '23, April Murakami '23, Waverly Sudborough '22, Matthew Zaback '23 won an award for best data visualization in a regional competition.
Washington County voters should look for a supplementary voter guide to arrive in the mail. The reprint is due to a printing mistake, in which four incumbent candidates were left out of the original guide.
Mushrooms poke through the grass alongside a trail.
Spring into the summer season, and participate in one of Outdoor Pursuits remaining excursions for the semester! OP also has plenty of outdoor gear available for rent throughout the summer! There are items for surfing, paddle boarding, biking, hiking, camping, along with cruiser bikes available weekdays. 
Clovers on a hike.
Don't let the recent cold weather fool you — spring is still here! Join Outdoor Pursuits for an outdoor rock climbing day trip for veterans and friends, a night of indoor rock climbing in Portland, or participate in a two-day certification course in May to earn your Wilderness First Aid Certification. 
Pacific University's chapter of Student Academy of Audiology was named the national winner of the Diversity and Inclusion award in the national academy's 2021-2022 Chapter Challenge. The Student Academy of Audiology is the student division of the American Academy of Audiology.
Audrey Delaney-Hanna '22
Audrey Delaney-Hanna '22 applied to the Pacific University master of arts in teaching because she was seeking a program that promoted strong communication between teachers and students.
Flyer for migration symposium
Pacific University's Latinx Studies Program invites you to a two-day symposium centered on the politics of migration in the United States, as it relates to themes of borders, mobility, citizenship, immigration policy, and belonging. 

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