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

Tigers Make Short Work Of The Spartans

Playing their final non-conference match of the season, the Pacific women's volleyball team made short work of their former rival as the Tigers won in a sweep over San Jose State on Tuesday, September 25. more

9/25/12

Speech-Language Pathology Alumni Host Welcome Back Dinner

On August 29, 2012, the Pacific Speech-Language Pathology Alumni Association (PSLPAA) hosted the Welcome Back Dinner for students, faculty, and alumni. The Welcome Back Dinner was an opportunity for alumni to welcome the students and faculty back to campus and offer Roundtable Sessions. more

9/25/12

Students and Donors Honored at Annual Pharmacy Scholarship Ceremony

Every year the Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences hosts the annual Pharmacy Scholarship Ceremony to honor students and donors. More than 100 students were recognized for their academic excellence and awarded with nearly $400,000 in scholarships. more

9/25/12

Student Pharmacists Represent Pacific during the Online Rounds for the ACCP Clinical Challenge

The Northern California College of Clinical Pharmacy committee recently hosted the local American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP) Clinical Challenge on July 5, 2012. Six teams comprised of 18 students competed to answer questions about clinical pharmacy and therapeutics. more

9/25/12

Student Pharmacists Travel to Egypt for 58th IPSF World Congress

Student Pharmacists Travel to Egypt for 58th IPSF World Congress 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