7/22/13

Noteworthy - July 22, 2013

Faculty and staff accomplishments and scholarly activity more

7/19/13

Knoles Hall Lobby closed for renovation

Alternate access available for offices of the Registrar, Admission and Financial Aid more

7/18/13

Tiger Thursday with Ted Leland for July 18

Leading his home country to the finals of the World University Games, 2013 Cutino Award winner Balazs Erdelyi finished the job on Wednesday, July 17, as he led Hungary past Russia for the gold medal more

7/17/13

Four College Faculty Members Earn Prestigious Teaching Awards

Four professors in the College of the Pacific recently were honored with prestigious awards recognizing their exceptional teaching, scholarship and service to the University.  more

Student-Faculty Project Helps a Remote Chinese Village—and Earns Design Award
7/17/13

Student-Faculty Project Helps a Remote Chinese Village—and Earns Design Award

Two Graphic Design students traveled to China with their professor for a “once-in-a-lifetime chance” to help a tiny mountain village preserve its cultural heritage.  more

7/17/13

Harnessing the Power of Spider Silk

Students in Biology Professor Craig Vierra’s lab are helping to unravel the immense human potential of black widow silk.  more

7/16/13

Pacific McGeorge School of Law to Rescale

Recent staffing changes part of overal strategic effort to restructure school in light of major shifts in the legal profession more

7/16/13

Kim Stefan Ta Duc ‘15 Attends Student Leadership Symposium on Public Health and Preventive Medicine in Washington, DC

Ta Duc was chosen among 400 applicants who applied for 40 available spots as a Paul Ambrose Scholar.  more

7/16/13

The Northern California College of Clinical Pharmacy Committee’s Second Annual PharmD Research Symposium

The Northern California College of Clinical Pharmacy Committee’s Second Annual PharmD Research Symposium more