Energy drinks trigger abnormal heart rhythm, rise in blood pressure
3/2/16

Energy drinks trigger abnormal heart rhythm, rise in blood pressure

A clinical trial led by researchers from University of the Pacific and David Grant Medical Center adds to the evidence that energy drinks may be bad for your heart. more

2/26/16

Pacific to conduct university-wide compensation system review

President Eibeck has directed the university to conduct a comprehensive analysis to understand the role gender and race may play within the university's compensation system more

New north Stockton Campus residence construction gets underway
2/26/16

New north Stockton Campus residence construction gets underway

Ground preparation has begun on a new four-story 381-bed residence hall on north campus more

2/26/16

Update on public health notification regarding tuberculosis

Following the diagnosis of active tuberculosis in a Sacramento student, no students have been found to be symptomatic  more

Pacific appoints Margery L. Grey to lead marketing and communications
2/25/16

Pacific appoints Margery L. Grey to lead marketing and communications

Pacific announced the appointment of Margery L. Grey, longtime chief marketing strategist for the California State University system, as associate vice president for marketing and communications. more

2/25/16

Benefits news: View a snapshot of your projected retirement income

Now you can log in to your secure account to see a snapshot of your projected monthly retirement income through TIAA-CREF more

2/25/16

Benefits news: March is nutrition month

Make changes for the better with the help of Kaiser wellness coaches more

Pacific appoints Margery L. Grey to lead marketing and communications
2/25/16

Pacific appoints Margery L. Grey to lead marketing and communications

Pacific announced the appointment of Margery L. Grey, longtime chief marketing strategist for the California State University system, as associate vice president for marketing and communications. more

2/25/16

New lecture series launches with talk on terrorism

College of the Pacific launches new public lecture series, "X-Boundaries," that will bring together faculty from across disciplines for an academic conversation about current controversial topics. more

2/23/16

CAPD Award and Grant Proposals Sought for Spring 2016

The Committee for Academic Planning and Development (CAPD) is pleased to announce the availability of a number of grants and awards for members of the Pacific faculty for Spring 2016. more