1. G2CS Camp 2013

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    • Lifelong Learning - Isaac Gilman

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      • Japan Day 2013 Taiko Performance

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        Japan Day 2013 at Pacific University

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        • Japan Day 2013

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          Japan Day 2013 at Pacific University

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          • Senior Projects Day

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            Undergraduate students preparing to graduate in the College of Arts & Sciences presented more than 230 classroom sessions and 40 poster sessions on Wednesday, April 24, during Pacific University's Senior Projects Day.

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            • Oregon Medical Association Medical Scholarship Fund Kickoff Video

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              • Lynne Shoemaker - "Privacy and Security in the New World of Health Information Technology"

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                Patient’s medical information is electronically transmitted in many ways today. Information is exchanged for treatment purposes, payment for treatment, and to improve the quality of care within healthcare organizations. In this new age of health information exchange, what are the privacy and security concerns that providers and patients should be concerned about? Lynne Shoemaker, RHIA, CHP, CHC has over 25 years of experience in health information management with expertise in state and federal healthcare legal compliance, health information privacy and security of e-PHI, Health Information Exchange (HIE), Federal contractor and grant requirements and disaster recovery preparedness. She is an AHIMA credentialed professional who is Certified in Healthcare Compliance (CHC) by the Health Care Compliance Association, and she has been certified by the Office of the National Coordinator (ONC) as a HIT-Pro-Trainer. Lynne is the Integrity Officer at OCHIN, Inc., headquartered in Portland, Oregon. OCHIN, Inc. is one of the nation’s largest non-profit health information and technology Organized Healthcare Arrangements (OCHA) networks, recognized for its innovative use of Health IT to improve the integration and delivery of health care services for safety net clinics, county health departments, mental health services, school based health centers, small practices, critical access and rural hospitals in 12 States. OCHIN, Inc. also has a division of the company called O-HITEC, which is the Oregon Regional Extension Service (REC). Lynne is responsible for the day-to-day compliance related activities of OCHIN, Inc. and she has been involved in several HIE projects, including the Social Security Administration’s (SSA) Disability Determination pilot project HIE. SSA is now implementing this HIE on a national basis. The SSA HIE is a part of the Nationwide Health Information Network (NWHIN).

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                • Privacy, Security, and Government Surveillance - Adam D. Moore

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                  Adam D. Moore, Department of Philosophy, Program on Values and The Information School of the University of Washington, gives his presentation entitled "Privacy, Security, and Government Surveillance: WikiLeaks and the 'New Accountability'" at Pacific University on November 2nd, 2012.

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                  • Rod Labrador & Geo from Blue Scholars: The Social Construction of Identity in Different Places

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                    Dr. Labrador from University of Hawai'i and Geo from Blue Scholars discuss topics concerning social identity and activism. Dr. Labrador's talk focuses on how 'identities are socially construted and affected by location and time.' He connects to the content of his presentation from his own personal experiences, being a Filipino born in Philippines, raised in California and living in Hawai'i as an adult. Identity construction and identity struggles are focal points in the discussion, and is actually relevant to Pacific University, particularly since students from the mainland and students from Hawai'i encounter new perspectives that differed from those they previously held towards each other. The second discussion comes from Geo from Blue Scholars. Geo has also had problems with identity and as a son of Filipino immigrants who have lived in Hawai'i and various parts of the west coast. Through Blue Scholars, Geo spreads his message of empowering marginalized groups, diversity, and social justice. Geo's talk focuses on social activism and how students can become active members in the communities and social movements that ehy share a passion for. Geo discusses struggles and triumphs of being socially active in the hope that other students become inspired and be a part of their community. Sponsored by: Department of Scoiology, Anthropology, and Social Work; Office of the President; College of Arts and Sciences; Division of Social Sciences; Center for Civic Engagement; ACE Board' Anthropology & Sociology Club; International Programs; Diversity Office; Student Activities & Multicultural Interests

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                    • Boxer Tale: Juliet Brosing

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                      Dr. Juliet Brosing, Pacific University physics professor, is the 2012 Oregon Professor of the Year. In her 25-plus years at Pacific, Dr. Brosing has helped transform the Physics Department into a project-based learning setting, secured grants to host summer camps promoting science and computer science for girls, and earned the respect and affection of her students and colleagues.

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