Although Pacific University is located on the western fringe of the continent, alumni live in all 50 U.S. states. Not surprisingly, most live in Oregon, followed by Washington, California and Hawai’i. There are just five alumni in distant Delaware (greetings Blue Hens!), but besides Idaho (in fifth at 400) there are pretty good contingents in Arizona (395), and over 200 each in Alaska, Minnesota, Montana, Oklahoma and Texas - enough for a great Go Boxers party!
Anna Antonia Giedwoyn ’13, a doctoral psychology student at Pacific University, was inspired by a class on the funny ways children speak. The result was a CD of music for children with original lyrics and songs.
More than a dozen faculty and staff members retired recently. We captured a few remembrances.
Our closing photo page, featuring unusual angles, underexplored or especially arty compositions from one of our four campuses. In this issue: the work of new photographer/multimedia manager Heidi Hoffman.
The Interprofessional Diabetes Clinic opened June 12 at Pacific’s Health Professions Campus in Hillsboro, with a focus on the Washington County Latino population.
The University’s new Graduate Certificate Program in Gerontology begins this fall. Designed for working professionals who serve older adults, it is Pacific’s only exclusively online program. We asked a few people what they thought about aging.
Past and Present Dinner, a rainy commencement and Pacific's expert on the hoarding disorder.