1/19/12

Positive Signs for the Economy - January 2012 California and Metro Forecast

More positive economic data at the end of 2011 has raised hopes for the economy, but continued weakness in the housing market, weaker demand for exports, and contracting government spending will prevent the recovery from gathering further momentum according to the Business Forecasting Center more

1/18/12

Swimming Trips To UC Santa Cruz For Tri Meet

Pacific's men's and women's swimming teams will hit the road this weekend for a tri meet hosted by UC Santa Cruz. The meet, scheduled for 1 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 21, will see the Tigers scored against both the host Banana Slugs as well as Fresno Pacific. more

1/18/12

Nominations for Faculty Research Lecturer Award

This award, offered by the Faculty Research Committee, recognizes faculty members with a history of research or artistic contributions during their service at Pacific. Nominations for Faculty Research Lecturer are open to all tenured faculty with a minimum of 7 years service at the Stockton campus. Self-nominations are accepted more

1/18/12

Filmmaker Martin Doblmeier is 2012 Colliver Lecturer

Doblmeier, an acclaimed Emmy-award-winning documentarian, specializes in films about religious believers and their impact on the world. He will speak at Pacific for the annual Colliver Lecture series at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 23 in the Alumni House on the Stockton campus more

1/17/12

Tigers Win in Overtime Against Seattle

Ashley Wakefield's game-winning basket with 2.2 seconds remaining gave the Pacific women's basketball team an 81-79 overtime victory over Seattle Tuesday at the Alex G. Spanos Center. Wakefield finished with a team-high 18 points. more

1/17/12

Tigers Drop 76-73 Decision At Home To CSUB

Pacific suffered a tough loss to CSU Bakersfield on Tuesday, January 17, dropping a 76-73 decision. With the loss, the Tigers fell to 5-12. The Roadrunners improved to 11-9 on the season with the win. more

1/17/12

Pacific’s Washington Semester Program – Informational Forum

Dr. David Brown, Dean of the program based at American University in Washington, DC, will make a presentation and answer questions at a forum on Wednesday, January 25, from 3:00 - 4:00 P.M., in WPC Room 119 (Wendell Phillips Center). He will also be available for informal conversation in the DUC lobby from noon to 1:00 P.M. on the same day more

1/17/12

Familia Latina de Pacific Meeting

Please join us this Wednesday, January 18 from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. in the DUC 215 for our first meeting of 2012. There will be a drawing of tickets to a crab feed on January 21 among all attendees more

1/17/12

Pacific Tutors for Stockton Community

Pacific's Center for Community Involvement (CCI) offers individual tutoring to students of the Stockton community. Individual tutoring is available to learners over the age of five in almost any subject. Our one-on-one tutoring is provided by knowledgeable Pacific students who are passionate about serving their community. All tutors have been screened and trained prior to employment more

Gospelfest
1/17/12

Gospelfest

James Fortune and Deon Kipping, two nationally known gospel music artists, will headline this year's Gospelfest, an annual concert University of the Pacific puts on as part of its Black History Month celebration. Co-sponsored by San Joaquin Delta College, the event is Saturday, Feb. 4 in the Warren Atherton Auditorium at Delta College, 5151 Pacific Ave more