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More than 700 students will earn undergraduate and graduate degrees, while the university also bestows an honorary doctorate and the coveted Massih Prize during the first in-person spring commencement ceremonies since the COVID-19 pandemic/sports-recreation/outdoor-pursuits.
Optometry Practitioner, Educator & Researcher Dr. Cristina Schnider Receives Pacific University’s Kamelia Massih Prize
Schnider, a 1982 Pacific University optometry alumnus, will receive the award at Pacific’s Graduate & Professional Commencement, where she also will be the keynote speaker
Three students placed in this year's regional competition, following on the heels of a grand-prize win in 2021.
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 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.
Pacific University Psychology Professor Alyson Burns-Glover was named winner of the Outstanding Teaching Award for 2022 by the Western Psychological Association.
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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.
Mathew Knowles and Marc Williams, two leaders in the worlds of marketing, esports, entertainment and health advocacy, are coming to Pacific University’s Forest Grove Campus on Friday, April 1, for a public discussion at Taylor-Meade Performing Arts Center. The discussion, called Knowledge is Power, is free and open to the general public and begins at 2:30 p.m.