A 2015 Erikson Institute Prize for Excellence in Mental Health honoree, Dr. Schultz joins an elite group of past recipients.
Our August commencement took place a few weeks ago. As we were preparing to greet our guests and welcome 200 new alumni into the Alumni Association, a colleague commented about having a “groundhog day” feeling. I instantly agreed.
The School of Communication Sciences & Disorders launches an online series of post-baccalaureate courses to help students prepare to apply for the master of science in speech-language pathology program. Space is available in the Fall 2015 courses. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for application information.
BestSchools.com appreciates the university's approach to course methodology that "maximizes student interaction and relationship building."
A gas line under University Avenue was cut during construction work on Friday, Aug. 14. Three buildings adjacent to the street were evacuated for about two hours as the line was repaired.
Ryan Suyama brings 17 years of food service management experience to Pacific and will begin on Monday, August 17.
Graduates include future audiologists, dental hygienists, occupational therapists, physician assistants, psychologists and healthcare administrators.
The first-ever husband-wife team be among those inducted into the university's athletic hall of fame on October 2.
Dr. Moore appeared on three of Portland's four major broadcast news networks Aug. 5-6 to discuss local visits by Democrats Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, and a Republican candidates' debate in Cleveland.
Flashes of War by Katey Schultz MFA '08 is named on a list of 15 great books about Iraq and Afghanistan.