College of the Pacific

2/14/14

Regents Approve Three Programs to be Housed at New San Francisco Campus

Graduate programs in Audiology, Food Studies and Music Therapy will expand the University's offerings in San Francisco more

2/5/14

Athletic Traning Student Fundraiser

Your T-shirt purchase will help Athletic Training students raise funds for educational materials, exam fees and training conventions more

The Passing of an Icon - Remembering former Speech and Debate Coach Paul Winters
2/3/14

The Passing of an Icon - Remembering former Speech and Debate Coach Paul Winters

Paul Winters, a beloved professor and mentor who led University of the Pacific’s debate team to national prominence, died Thursday, January 30, 2014. He was 89. more

Pacific Visual Arts and OIT Collaborate on an Artistic Approach to Recycling
11/15/13

Pacific Visual Arts and OIT Collaborate on an Artistic Approach to Recycling

Talented students transform recycled computer parts into creative sculpture. more

2013 Distinguished Faculty Honoree
11/12/13

2013 Distinguished Faculty Honoree

For more than 40 years, English professor Diane Borden, Ph.D., has inspired two generations of thinkers, sharing her knowledge and enthusiasm for literature, film and learning with her students.  more

Pacific Professor reflects on his work with Nobel Prize-winning Chemist
10/14/13

Pacific Professor reflects on his work with Nobel Prize-winning Chemist

Chemistry Professor Jerry Tsai was excited to learn that his mentor and longtime friend, Stanford Professor Michael Levitt, received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry this past week more

Student Turned Passion for Math into Community Success
9/29/13

Student Turned Passion for Math into Community Success

Just weeks after arriving at Pacific as a freshman in 2009, Alicia Still ’13 began working to share her love of math through a new event: the Pacific High School Math Competition.  more

9/29/13

Congratulations to 2013-2014 Corson and Spanos Teaching Award Winners

And the Award Goes to…Winners of the 2013-2014 Corson and Spanos Teaching Awards were announced during this year’s Fall Assembly. more

Sociology Professor Explores the ‘Black, White, and Green’ of Farmers Markets
8/31/13

Sociology Professor Explores the ‘Black, White, and Green’ of Farmers Markets

In her latest book, Alison Hope Alkon, Ph.D., examines race, class and social justice at two contrasting farmers markets—and uncovers the limits of “voting with your fork.”  more