College of the Pacific


Thomas J. Long Foundation Core Fellowship Applications due March 1

Faculty teaching in Pacific Seminars or the general education breadth program are eligible to apply more


Reminder to Apply for Pacific Fund Grants

The second round of applications for the Pacific Fund for the College of the Pacific are due March 1, 2013 by 5 p.m. more


Historic Recreation of Proposition 8 Case to be Performed at Pacific

"8 - The Play," a drama about the court fight over California Proposition 8 which was overturned by a federal judge and has been appealed to the Supreme Court for arguments in March, will be performed at University of the Pacific more

Student-produced Video Memoir Becomes Promo for Theatre Arts Production

Student-produced Video Memoir Becomes Promo for Theatre Arts Production

What began as Ziheng Wang’s video memoir for his family and friends in China on his experience as a Theatre Arts major became a promotional video used by the Theatre Arts department, thanks to the encouragement of a beloved professor. more


Foremost Food Historian and Pacific Professor “Rants” About Food

What does an award-winning author, food history authority, and Pacific History Professor do in his spare time? Tinker in the kitchen and blog about it.  more


Stockton Cambodian Oral History Project receives grant award from Cal Humanities

The Stockton Cambodian Oral History Project was awarded a $10,000 grant by Cal Humanities to help with the Project's ongoing mission of chronicling the stories of Cambodian refugees and the richness of their invaluable contributions to the Stockton community more


The Magic of Chemistry

Chemistry Professors Balint Sztaray and Liang Xue hope to spark young students’ interest in science as they demonstrate experiments that explode and change color during the third annual Christmas Faraday Lecture on Sunday, Dec. 9. This holiday event honors a tradition started at the Royal Institution of Great Brittan in 1825.  more

Ken Albala wins International Award for USA Published Cook Books

Ken Albala wins International Award for USA Published Cook Books

Ken Albala, history professor at University of the Pacific, has won the prestigious Gourmand World Cookbook award more


Campus Visits Announced for Candidates for Dean, College of the Pacific

The Search Committee has announced the visits of four finalists for Dean of the College. Visits will include a faculty forum, in each case open to the University community.  more


The Gospel of Jesus' Wife: A Discussion of a Recent Biblical Controversy

Pacific Religious Studies professors and Chaplain Joel Lohr will discuss ancient writing that suggest Jesus was married more