9/8/15

Pacific in the Press

Here are examples of how University of the Pacific was represented in the media in recent days more

Barbara Shaw assumes new role as special assistant to the President
9/8/15

Barbara Shaw assumes new role as special assistant to the President

Shaw, who formerly oversaw the Center for Professional and Continuing Education, will provide leadership for high-level University-wide initiatives.  more

9/8/15

Tuesday World Forum - Of Diplomats and Durians: Dare to Network the World

SIS alum, Paul Oliva will help you understand what diplomacy means as a career more

State librarian to speak at fifth annual literacy event
9/4/15

State librarian to speak at fifth annual literacy event

State Librarian Greg Lucas will speak at University of the Pacific’s “Connections and Common Ground in Literacy” Dialogue. more

Orange & Black Ball has record-breaking fundraising year
9/4/15

Orange & Black Ball has record-breaking fundraising year

Supporting athletic programs and student scholarships, this year's event is the most successful in its 16-year history more

9/3/15

New employees and notable changes for August

Welcoming new faculty and staff, promotions, transfers and other notable changes more

9/3/15

School Lauches High Fidelity Simulation Pilot Program

The high fidelity patient simulation uses mannequins that are integrated with computer software to mimic real patient responses such as resting and responsive vital signs, sweating, bleeding, vomiting, and reactions to medication. more

Rideshare week has been cancelled
9/3/15

Rideshare week has been cancelled

The Commute Connection Rideshare Week promotion will not be happening for 2015 more

9/3/15

Noteworthy Newsletter - Sept. 3, 2015

Recent publications, presentations, artistic activity, awards and other accomplishments more

9/1/15

Important changes regarding on-campus wireless Internet access

Changes to wireless internet access for laptops and other devices will streamline and simplify service options for faculty, staff and students more