For the first time in the history of Pacific Adventist University, the number of international students from Vanuatu has surpassed those from Solomon Islands.
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Three leaders from Adventist Media visited the Papua New Guinea Union Mission headquarters last week to discuss existing projects and to look at new opportunities in media and communications.
At this week's convocation ceremony, vice chancellor Professor Lohi Matainaho welcomed 635 new students to PAU, the largest intake of “first year’s” in the last 39 years.
Trans Pacific Union Mission education director Mere Vaihola has accepted a call to PAU as deputy vice chancellor for administration.
More than 130 people graduated as 10,000 Toes ambassadors after attending a three-day summit held at Pacific Adventist University.
10,000 Toes is now in 10 countries around the South Pacific, helping to combat the devastating impacts of diabetes and other lifestyle diseases.
More than 200 people have learned how to do simple health assessments using the 10,000 Toes kits.
Pelenise Alofa and Dr Patrick Pikacha have received international recognition for their environmental achievements in the South Pacific.
In a week of health emphasis, several activities were conducted bringing health awareness to PAU faculty, students and surrounding communities.