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

Pacific mourns loss of beloved professor and associate dean, Ray Sylvester
2/10/14

Pacific mourns loss of beloved professor and associate dean, Ray Sylvester

Eberhardt School of Business Associate Dean and Professor of Marketing Ray Sylvester passed away unexpectedly on Feb. 5 following a brief illness. more

2/7/14

Black History Month media sources

The following University of the Pacific faculty and staff are available to comment on topics connected to Black History Month, from diversity in higher education to the role of the arts in social justice more

Advocate Judy Shepard to Keynote LGBTQIA Conference
2/7/14

Advocate Judy Shepard to Keynote LGBTQIA Conference

The regional conference hosted for the fourth time at Pacific from Feb. 20 to 23 will also feature a performance by country singer Steve Grand more

Athletics to Honor Three Alumni with 2013 Amos Alonzo Stagg Award of Honor
1/21/14

Athletics to Honor Three Alumni with 2013 Amos Alonzo Stagg Award of Honor

Pacific will recognize distinguished alumni Bob Gaughran '57, Luci Lagrimas '86 and Mark Nordquist '68 at the Amos Alonzo Stagg Awards Luncheon on Jan. 25 more

1/20/14

Brubeck Commons Apartment Complex Being Constructed on Dave Brubeck Way

The 20-unit complex, a privately owned project headed by Pacific Regent Barry Ruhl, will be available only to Pacific students more

SoundImageSound 10 Celebrates First Decade
1/15/14

SoundImageSound 10 Celebrates First Decade

The SoundImageSound Festival of New Music and Visual Image again brings audiences some of the best work being done by artists from around the world who blend sound and visual image into a multi-sensual experience more

University-led collaboration to promote early literacy earns national honor
1/15/14

University-led collaboration to promote early literacy earns national honor

The honor recognizes communities for energy, mobilization and creativity in working to ensure more children are strong readers by the time they leave third grade.  more

Common Keynotes Pacific’s Black History Month on Feb. 8
1/13/14

Common Keynotes Pacific’s Black History Month on Feb. 8

Award-winning musicians Common and Tye Tribbett and nationally recognized poet Claudia Rankine will be featured as University of the Pacific marks Black History Month throughout February more