College of the Pacific


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


Pacific Student Receives Prestigious Boren Scholarship to Study in Africa

Funding from the award will help Caitlin Denton ’15 broaden her understanding of the people, language and culture in Ghana more

Pacific Students Receive Inaugural Fellowship at Clinton Global Initiative Conference

Pacific Students Receive Inaugural Fellowship at Clinton Global Initiative Conference

Naveed Ahmed ’13 and Chad Fraga ’14 will receive a $3,000 fellowship and resources to support their commitment to help at-risk high school students in Stockton more


Student Scholars: Three Pacificans Receive Prestigious Fulbright, Goldwater Scholarships

Three Pacific students recently won highly sought-after awards that will allow them to travel abroad to study economics or continue their study in science fields here. more


Reminder to apply for Pacific Fund grants

An additional call for Pacific Fund applications through the College of the Pacific has been added with proposals due by 5 p.m. in April 29 more


University of the Pacific’s Annual High School Math Competition Receives Integral Support

University of the Pacific has been given a generous donation to help sustain the annual High School Math Competition and its mission to challenge local high school students and enhance their critical thinking and math skills more

Telling Stories, Building Bridges

Telling Stories, Building Bridges

Halima Lucas ’13, whose documentary, “Building Bridges,” was recently screened on campus, is using her love of film to tell the untold stories of underrepresented people. more


Spotlight On: Ethnic Studies Program

The interdisciplinary Ethnic Studies Program helps students connect issues of race and ethnicity to their major fields of study—and the community around them. more


Pacific Sociology Professor Among the Nation’s Rising Academic Stars

A University of the Pacific medical Sociology professor has been recognized by a leading academic publication as one of a dozen “rising academic stars” from across the nation who have emerged as leaders in their fields. more


Science Author Explains the Teenage Brain

Science author and journalist David Dobbs will speak on brain development and the teenage brain in his talk, “How Genes & Culture Shape Us – & We Them” this Monday, March 25, from 7 to 8 p.m. in the Biology Building 101.  more