Alaska’s Aleutian Islands aren’t an easy place to live.
George Long ’63 came to Pacific University in 1959 thinking he wanted to be an optometrist. “I had pretty poor vision at that time and working in a scientific field to treat others with the same malady seemed like an interesting career.” World events intervened, though.
Nancy Ann Neudauer races sail boats across oceans, snorkels in tropical climates, skis in the Alps and loves traveling — which is probably far from the antiquated stereotype of a mathematician.
An expert in vision therapy, David Cook OD ’78 explores the world of “seeing” in a new novel, The Anatomy of Blindness.