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Burns-Glover
Pacific University Psychology Professor Alyson Burns-Glover was named winner of the Outstanding Teaching Award for 2022 by the Western Psychological Association.
Clovers on a hike.
Even though this week has been filled with every possible kind of weather imaginable, Outdoor Pursuits staff are excited to take students on trips during the last few weeks of the semester! Join an indoor rock climbing trip, a Veterans and Friends outdoor rock climbing trip, a Wilderness First Aid Certification course, and more!
Ballot Box Walk
It's primary election season and ballots will be mailed soon. Please get your ballot returned before you leave for summer break. Check out the Pacific Votes! Guide for more info.
Weather Alert
Please use caution when traveling locally or walking under large trees on campus.
Emily Gaines '20
Emily Gaines '20 came to Pacific University to play softball — and she stayed for the relationships.
Berglund Center
The Berglund Center's  Inspired Ideas Competition is back in person! This is a unique opportunity for all Pacific students, graduate and undergraduate who have a creative idea that solves a problem or improves the lives of others. Win up to $25,000 worth of financial support in scholarships and product development to turn your idea into an actual prototype!
Crews are filming a pilot of a new television show, Rust Belt News, in Forest Grove this week. Filming activities may impact parking and traffic surrounding Pacific’s Forest Grove Campus.
Senior Projects Day
Faculty, staff, alumni and friends of Pacific are invited to return to campus and volunteer to introduce student presenters on Senior Projects Day, Wednesday, April 20, 2022.
Matt Brink (left) of the Hillsboro Lions Club presents Pacific School of Audiology Director Wendy Hanks (center) and Assistant Professor of Audiology Marcin Wróblewski (right) with a check for the School of Audiology Legacy Scholarship
The Hillsboro Lions Club presented a check to the School of Audiology for the School of Audiology Legacy Scholarship Fund.
John Duong '22 and Logan Jepson '22
Three Pacific University computer science students combine computer vision, robotics and AI skills to build a robot that solves a famous puzzle. All three are headed to industry careers following graduation.

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