College of the Pacific

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

Candida Moss to present 2013 Colliver Lecture Sept. 19
8/16/13

Candida Moss to present 2013 Colliver Lecture Sept. 19

Tales of Christian martyrs burned at the stake, facing fierce beasts, or fighting gladiators in Roman arenas have captivated peoples' imagination for centuries more

8/14/13

Pacific is the Place to be for Education, Culture and Entertainment

University of the Pacific again this fall becomes the regional center of education, culture, entertainment and athletics. 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

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

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

5/24/13

Pacific Faculty Offer Perspective on Creative Writing

University of the Pacific faculty will be at the very center of the inaugural Creative Writing Conference in June more

New Lodi Vintage Features Artwork of Pacific Student
5/13/13

New Lodi Vintage Features Artwork of Pacific Student

A partnership between Borra Vineyards and Pacific Visual Arts offered an exciting experiential learning opportunity for Pacific students. more

Former High School Dropout is Now a Pacific Grad-and Building a 'Dome of Hope' to Help Others
5/13/13

Former High School Dropout is Now a Pacific Grad-and Building a 'Dome of Hope' to Help Others

Gwendolyn Primous ’13 had to overcome poverty, homelessness and even a minor stroke on her road to Pacific’s Commencement Day 2013. Now, she’s using her newfound education to help revitalize her native southeast Stockton neighborhood. more

5/13/13

Blog Stop: Political Science Students in the Community

Brian Klunk, Political Science, wrote a recent blog about the outreach efforts of Pacific Political Science major Kyle Sasai '14 and his mission to support local middle school students to prepare for high school and beyond. more