College of the Pacific

Education steps into the spotlight
7/7/14

Education steps into the spotlight

Artistic experience and hands-on education prepare Pacific theatre arts students for a bright professional and artistic future. more

Faculty Honored for Excellence and Dedication
6/17/14

Faculty Honored for Excellence and Dedication

Dr. Macelle Mahala, Theater Arts, and Dr. Caroline Cox, History, have been recognized for their commitment and scholarship. more

"Go forth with joy": The Class of 2014 makes its mark
5/21/14

"Go forth with joy": The Class of 2014 makes its mark

College of the Pacific awarded 535 diplomas on May 10, 2014. Our newest alumni are headed to India, Boston, Sacramento, and all points in between, and have been recognized with prestigious College and University-wide honors. more

Pacific student headed to India as Fulbright scholar
5/12/14

Pacific student headed to India as Fulbright scholar

John Langdon, COP '14, will spend nine months studying the history of Jazz in early twentieth-century India on a Fulbright research grant. more

Pacific to host 2015 Asian studies regional conference
5/6/14

Pacific to host 2015 Asian studies regional conference

Organizers are seeking ideas for cross-disciplinary collaboration in developing the conference content more

Student chemists pay it forward
4/25/14

Student chemists pay it forward

Pacific students donate $10,000 to support undergraduate research in chemistry and biochemistry. A matching gift challenge from the Stauffer Foundation, still under way, doubles the gift to $20,000. more

4/17/14

Math Steeplechase adds up to excitement for local students

More than 600 students from Stockton, Lodi and Elk Grove Unified School districts will descend on Pacific tomorrow for an annual competition meant to show that learning math and science can be fun more

Dr. Caroline T. Schroeder Receives two National Endowment for the Humanities grants
4/8/14

Dr. Caroline T. Schroeder Receives two National Endowment for the Humanities grants

Dr. Caroline T. Schroeder, associate professor of Religious and Classical Studies, has received $100,000 in grants to support her work in digitizing, translating, and analyzing Coptic texts more