10/1/12

Wellness in the Workplace - Brain Food

NutriCat helps wade through the many new studies offering connections between dementia, Alzheimer’s and diet, to help determine what might and might not keep the brain young more

9/26/12

Faculty Fulbright Scholars Share Experiences Abroad

Professors Robert Coburn and Cathy Peterson will share their experiences as Fulbright Scholars in a Faculty-to-Faculty Presentation more

Welcome New Vice President for Development
9/26/12

Welcome New Vice President for Development

President Eibeck invites the Pacific community to a welcome reception on October 17 for Burnie Atterbury more

9/26/12

Participants needed for Psychology Dept. Fitness Study

Get fit and increase your daily activity level by participating in a psychology department Fitbit study more

9/26/12

Help Fight Breast Cancer on Lee Denim Day

The Pacific community joins to support breast cancer programs in this kick-off event for Breast Cancer Awareness Month more

9/25/12

Stockton Campus Health Advisory

A University of the Pacific student was recently diagnosed with chickenpox (varicella) and may have exposed other members of the Stockton campus community to the illness more

9/24/12

University of the Pacific and City of Stockton team up to beautify the Miracle Mile

University of the Pacific and Stockton city officials will gather Tuesday, Sept. 25, at 2 p.m., on President's Drive to kick off a Pacific Avenue/Miracle Mile beautification construction project more

9/24/12

Tapingo Food Ordering App Brings Convenience to Stockton Campus

Starting Oct. 1, students, faculty and staff will be able to order food in the Lair using their Apple or Android phone more

9/21/12

Children/Minors on Campus Policy Suspended for Review

In her address to the faculty last Wednesday, President Eibeck directed that the new policy on children and minors on campus be reviewed and modified based on faculty and staff feedback.  more

9/19/12

Expanding Your Horizons Volunteers Needed

The annual math and science conference on October 6 will host upwards of 500 girls in grades 6-12.  more