Delve into the politics and policies of the United States, as well as the world, including law, the environment, civil rights, socialism, conservatism and other contemporary issues.
Study a challenging, intensive curriculum that reflects a concern with the improvement of local, national and global communities. Participate in local and national internships and/or study abroad. Complete a meaningful senior thesis project and learn with professors who are actively involved at Pacific University and in other arenas. Benefit from the program’s strong ties to Pacific’s Tom McCall Center for Civic Engagement.
Dr. Paul Snell, an assistant professor who teaches politics and government in Pacific University's College of Arts & Sciences, was awarded indefinite tenure.
Pacific University presents "Risky Business: Sports Mega-Events, Tourism, and The Road to Conviviality", a lecture by NYU Professor Christopher Gaffney, who works with municipalities, hospitality enterprises, and civil society on long-term planning and integrated systems design.
The 2022 midterm election will take place on Tuesday, Nov. 8 and there are multiple resources on campus to ensure your voting experience is as easy as possible.