Alumni News

In the News: Sportsnet Names Jules Boykoff's "Power Games" Among its 2016 Books of the Year

The Canadian-based media giant says Dr. Boykoff's work "suggests a way forward that makes too much sense to ignore."

A Message From President Hallick

An update on the university's efforts to foster inclusion and support for its diverse community.

In the News: Harris Zafar Discusses "Muslims in America" at Pacific

Zafar's talk was presented by the university's centers for Gender Equity and Peace & Spirituality, and Tom McCall Center for Policy Innovation

Alumnus Jordan Kronen '14 Named 2017-2018 Schwarzman Scholar

The Olympia, Wash. resident and 2015 Fulbright award recipient is one of just 129 scholars to be selected for China's equivalent of a Rhodes Scholarship.

In the News: Center for Civic Engagement Offers Tips for How to Talk to Loved Ones with Different Viewpoints

CCE director Stephanie Stokamer appeared on Portland NBC affiliate KGW 8 with some tips for how to talk to loved ones with different perspectives this holiday season.

Ellen Bass Poetry Workshop April 9, 2017

If you want to write poems that are more powerful, authentic, courageous, resonant, and memorable than you’ve ever written before, please join us for a one-day workshop in Portland, Oregon!

Pacific University in the News: Nov. 14-20, 2016

Select news stories featuring or mentioning the university.

Political Advisor John Kael Weston to Speak at Pacific University on Thursday

Weston, author of The Mirror Test: America at War in Iraq and Afghanistan, will speak about his seven years as a political adviser to Marines on the front lines of both wars from 2003-10

In the News: Post-Election Forums

The Forest Grove News-Times reported on last week's post-election forum on the Forest Grove Campus, as well as the Washington County Public Affairs Forum featuring analysis by psephologist Jim Moore.

2016 Undergraduate Research Conference Features More than 40 Poster Presentations

Collaborative research between undergraduate students and faculty will be showcased in the Multipurpose Room on the lower level of the University Center.