University News

Dental Hygiene Class of 2015 Achieves 100% Pass Rate

Congratulations to the Dental Hygiene Class of 2015!

Tai Chi for Health Founder Paul Lam Launches Memoir in US at Pacific University on Wednesday

Free and open to the public, Dr. Lam will discuss his memoir, Born Strong: Surviving the Great Famine to Teach Tai Chi to Millions.

New Director of Experiential Education for School of Pharmacy

Anita Cleven, PharmD, will join the School of Pharmacy as the director of experiential education, effective July 1, 2015.

Pacific University Board of Trustees Elects Five New Members

The board elected Dan James '87 and Cam Perry '65 at its meeting in March, and Martin Moll, James Butler and Josie Kochendorfer during the most recent meeting held May 14-15.

Dr. Leslie Devaud Awarded A $30,000 Grant from the Collins Medical Trust

The School of Pharmacy is excited to announce that Dr. Leslie Devaud has been awarded a $30,000 grant from the Collins Medical Trust to support her research on the establishment of a zebrafish colony at Pacific University.

Pacific University in the News: June 1-7, 2015

Selected news stories featuring or mentioning the university.

Pacific Information Center Summer Hours and Location

During the summer, the Pacific Information Center will be located in Clark Hall with normal business hours 9 am to 5 pm. 

Pacific University Master Of Fine Arts In Writing Program Presents Annual Reading Series On Forest Grove Campus June 19-26

The Pacific University Master of Fine Arts in Writing program will once again host readings by some of America’s finest writers during its 10-day residency on the Forest Grove campus.

Professor Jules Boykoff Cited in Associated Press Story on the Resignation of FIFA President Sepp Blatter

Dr. Boykoff's thoughts appear in an Associated Press story published by more than 250 news agencies, including industry leaders USA Today and The New York Times.

Center for Civic Engagement Recognizes Engaged Students, Employees and Community Partners

Held April 28, the CCE's annual Community Collaboration Celebration honored the contributions of students, faculty, staff and local partners over the past year.