Pacific Adventist University (PAU)

PAU Celebrates 15 Scholars in Midwifery Program

Among the graduates, Marshella Kailou Masiu stood out, clinching the prestigious PNGAusPartnership Prize for her outstanding academic prowess and leadership skills. 

Marshella, having spent a decade as a general nurse, expressed the challenges of returning to school but emphasized the transformative power of the scholarship: "I’ve learned that anything is possible if you put your mind to it. I’m excited to get back into the field and help expectant mothers and their babies.”

PAU opens business school complex

The purpose built teaching and learning facilities including new classrooms, computer labs, staff and student amenities, and two new lecture theatres that seat a total of 330 students.

PAU Vice-Chancellor, Raul Lozano, said “This additional purpose-built facility will alleviate the problem of room allocations for learning in various programs at the University. With these new facilities, students will have a better day-to-day academic experience. Ultimately, this will improve their overall learning experience and their future career prospects.”