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The School of Dental Hygiene Studies has received $25,000 from Permanente Dental Associates for the Development of a Master of Science Dental Therapy Program at the School of Dental Hygiene Studies.
Melissa Aranda Stands In Front Of Her Classroom
Now working with teachers throughout Oregon, Pacific University's Residency Teacher Licensure (RTL) Program provides a path for teachers with temporary or emergency credentials to gain full licensure while continuing to work in the classroom.
Pacific School of Pharmacy Student Hoda Veshagh Writing On A White Board
The statewide program allows students in Pacificʻs schools of Pharmacy, Physician Assistant Studies and Occupational Therapy to better prepare for future practice in Oregonʻs rural and underserved communities.
Computer Screen With Announcement That Changes Are Coming To The FAFSA
Changes are coming to the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) that will make the process easier and faster. Debbie O'Dea, Pacific's director of financial aid, details the changes and offers resources for students and parents.
Student & Professor Working Together In Chemistry Lab
Pacific ranks No. 1 among all private colleges in the Pacific Northwest in research and development and is among the top institutions on the West Coast.
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The university's Master of Social Work and Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology programs will split a two-year, $1.8 million grant from the Oregon Health Authority aimed to increase the capacity and diversity in the state's mental health workforce.
Exterior of the Propstra Forest Grove Creamery Building Following 2023 Remodel.
The historic structure, officially known as the Propstra Forest Grove Creamery Building, will house the Outdoor Pursuits program and the Outdoor Leadership major in purpose-built spaces.
Julia Senestaro Practices PA Skills
Julia Senestraro '21 PA '25 wants to ensure that language barriers break down in her work as a physician assistant. Pacific's involvement in the AHEC Scholars program is helping her prepare to meet that goal.
Emily Kresin '24 Discusses Her Poster Presentation At The Murdock Conference
Pacific students participated in the Murdock College Science Research Conference, which provides students in the Northwest the opportunity to present research on topics across an entire spectrum of scientific subjects. This year's conference was co-hosted by Pacific University.
The grant from the U.S. Department of Education will fund a project to create a toolkit to help elementary school teachers use digital tools in math instruction.

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