6/4/15

Final call for submissions: End-of-year research publication

The publication will highlight research, artistic endeavor and scholarly activity across the University over the previous academic year. more

6/3/15

June is Men's Health Month

In honor of men’s health month, take a look at your lifestyle. Be mindful of your eating and exercise habits, and check in with your doctor to see if you need any preventative screenings.  more

Pacific Rugby Accolades
6/2/15

Pacific Rugby Accolades

The NorCal Collegiate Rugby Conference has bestowed Pacific Rugby with several significant individual accolades. more

6/1/15

Two elected to join University of the Pacific’s Board of Regents

An associate justice for the California Court of Appeals and the deputy director for an education initiative of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation were elected in April to Pacific’s Board of Regents. more

5/29/15

California and Metro Forecast: May 2015

The California economy will maintain strong growth despite soft U.S. economic growth and a deepening drought, according to the latest projection from the Center for Business and Policy Research at the University of the Pacific. more

5/28/15

School Opens Office of Academic Success and Instructional Support

The Office of Academic Success and Instructional Support helps pharmacy and health sciences graduate students achieve academic and lifelong career success more

5/28/15

Diagnostic Imaging Ultrasound Enhances Student Learning

Once used primarily for musculoskeletal rehabilitation research, it is now heavily used in clinical research and becoming more accessible to physical therapy clinics. more

5/28/15

Summer reading titles by University of the Pacific authors

Pacific faculty, staff and alumni enrich anyone's summer reading list with these new titles more

Digital Coptic project wins $190,000 NEH grant
5/27/15

Digital Coptic project wins $190,000 NEH grant

Associate Professor Caroline T. Schroeder has been awarded a new grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities for a project to digitize Coptic texts and make them available to scholars. more

Professor Caroline Schroeder Receives National Endowment for the Humanities Grant for Coptic Studies
5/27/15

Professor Caroline Schroeder Receives National Endowment for the Humanities Grant for Coptic Studies

Caroline Schroeder, associate professor of Religious and Classical Studies, has been awarded a $192,500 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities for the KELLIA project in Coptic Studies more