2/11/15

University of the Pacific media sources on measles

The following University of the Pacific faculty are available to comment on legal, dental, psychological and other aspects of the measles outbreak that has spread to 17 states and Washington, D.C. more

2/6/15

Update on network refresh

The refresh of the University's network is nearing its completion more

2/6/15

Regents approve funding to support student success initiatives

The approved proposal will move forward with efforts to enhance academic advising and tutoring, improve degree tracking and case management tools, identify early alert and early intervention tools and other efforts geared to improve student success. more

2/3/15

Benefits News: Delta Dental ideas for a healthy smile

Suggestion on improving your dental health from our dental plan more

2/3/15

Benefits news from VSP: Combat computer vision syndrome

Here are six simple steps you can take to help minimize the impact of Computer Vision Syndrome more

2/2/15

February is Heart Health Month

Ideas on maintaining a health heart from Kaiser Permanente more

2/2/15

Professor Analiese Richard receives Fulbright Grant

Richard will use this prestigious grant to conduct ethnographic field research in Mexico during the 2015-2016 academic year. more

Psychology students help mentally disabled live independently
2/1/15

Psychology students help mentally disabled live independently

Students apply their knowledge, prepare for their careers, and serve their community through Pacific's innovative program. more

Economy expected to maintain momentum in 2015, University of the Pacific research shows
1/30/15

Economy expected to maintain momentum in 2015, University of the Pacific research shows

The California economy continues steady improvement, and growth should accelerate in 2015, according to the latest projection from the Business Forecasting Center more

1/30/15

How our garden is growing

Pacific's Robb Garden is set to double in size in the coming months and bring a new crop of opportunities to Pacific students. more