23 Chinese journalism grad students visit Pacific

Nearly two dozen Chinese journalism graduate students visited University of the Pacific in late July to get a taste of American journalism more

Turkish Dental Students Visit the Dugoni School to Learn More about U.S. Dental Education

Turkish Dental Students Visit the Dugoni School to Learn More about U.S. Dental Education

Students from Hacettepe University Faculty of Dentistry in Ankara, Turkey, visited Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry during the last two weeks of July more


Dental School Goes Freewheeling with New Bike-Sharing Program

Free bicycle rentals are now available to students, faculty or staff members on a first-come, first-served basis for up to five days at a time. more


Dwight Young Named Assistant Men's Basketball Coach

University of the Pacific Men's Basketball Head Coach Ron Verlin has announced the hiring of Dwight Young as an assistant coach more

Summer Jazz Colony Draws Top High School Musicians

Summer Jazz Colony Draws Top High School Musicians

The Brubeck Institute Summer Jazz Colony at University of the Pacific draws together 18 of the best high school jazz musicians from throughout the country to hone their performance skills in the shadow of jazz greatness more


Tiger Thursday with Ted Leland for July 25

Honorary Orange and Black Ball chairpersons Andy and Carol Prokop cordially invite you to attend this premier Stockton event more


Two Supreme Court Justices Among Faculty in McGeorge Summer Program

Justices Anthony Kennedy and Elena Kagan are teaching in the law school's Salzburg program on International Legal Studies during the month of July more


Emeritus Psychology Professor Douglas Matheson Passed Away July 8

Celebration of life will be planned for sometime in September more


College of the Pacific Hosts Workshop for Chinese Educators from one of China's Top Universities

The College of the Pacific has been conducting a research methodology workshop for 14 core faculty from Tongji University, one of the top Chinese universities and one that President Eibeck visited four years ago more


Power Outage Forces Equipment Replacement to be Postponed

Friday's electrical power outage forced Pacific's Office of Information Technology to postpone a planned network shutdown to replace equipment more