James Ogden '72, OD '73 lent his nickname to a scholarship for Pacific University optometry students. He gives even more, though, as a mentor to the recipients of that scholarship.
Bequests provide a lasting legacy at Pacific.
A historic story gives its name to Pacific's new Bee Tree Books publishing service. So it is only fitting that the first publication is a book of historic essays from the university's earliest days.
Joseph Vandervelden '37 left a legacy at Pacific. Scholarships in his name have supported more than 100 students at the university.
Trustee Doug Weberling '72, OD '74 was among four new inductees to the Pacific University President's Circle in December 2015.
Pacific University Press publishes its first book in May 2016.
Doctoral students in occupational therapy find a wide range of interests.
Pacific University students are giving back this holiday season and beyond.
School of Pharmacy assistant professors Bridget Bradley and John Begert have published an article in the most recent issue of Mental Health Clinician.
Recent graduates give back and grow their skills with AmeriCorps positions.