Installation of Pamela A. Eibeck
President Pamela A. Eibeck will be formally installed in a ceremony in the Alex G. Spanos Center on Friday, March 19, at 10am. A rare event for any university, Presidential installations showcase much of the pageantry and broad participation involved in commencement exercises. President Eibeck's installation is intended to be a University-wide celebration and will be open to students, faculty, and staff as well as to the entire community.
The President has designated the morning of March 19 as a University convocation, allowing classes and administrative offices to be closed and encouraging all to attend. Inevitably, some courses, offices, and essential campus services will need to operate as scheduled. Closures are therefore left to the discretion of faculty and office managers. All students and staff should coordinate their participation with their faculty members and managers, respectively.
Breakfasts for University Guests
7:30 - 9 a.m.
Breakfasts will be organized and held by individual units for Advisory Councils and other affiliated groups, as well as the members of the academic procession and platform party.
10 a.m. - Noon
Alex G. Spanos Center
Open to the public
Formal ceremony featuring academic procession with invited representatives of other institutions; Parade of Pacific with representatives from student organizations, Athletics teams, faculty and staff organizations; installation of the new President; music performances by Conservatory of Music ensembles; President's inaugural address; and address by invited guest speaker.
Note: Line-up will begin at 9 am for the academic procession and Parade of Pacific at the Pacific Lounge in the South Campus Gym. Details will be announced as soon as possible.
DeRosa University Center
Buffet lunch open to all
Faye Spanos Concert Hall
All are encouraged to enjoy an inaugural concert featuring the Pacific Jazz Ensemble
Please note that the President's Inaugural Series began this fall and continues through spring with events celebrating the University. The events include scholarly programs, lectures, and performances. Please make time to attend some of these celebratory events.
The event is part of Pacific's Presidential Inaugural Series in honor of President Pamela A. Eibeck, who became Pacific's 24th President on July 1.
For full information on Inaugural events, please see www.Pacific.edu/Inauguration