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    International diplomat to join SIS faculty for fall 2014

    Arsene M. Balihuta, formerly Ugandan ambassador to Switzerland and the World Trade Organization and a current senior advisor to the president of Uganda, will teach a seminar on trade, diplomacy and international negotiations and will be a featured speaker at events during the fall term. more

    http://www.pacific.edu/About-Pacific/Newsroom/2014/May-August-2014/International-diplomat-to-join-SIS-faculty-for-fall-semester.html
    Irvine Foundation grant will boost San Joaquin literacy programs

    Pacific’s Beyond Our Gates Reading by Third Campaign received a $300,000 grant to strengthen early literacy programs in the North San Joaquin Valley. more

    http://www.pacific.edu/About-Pacific/Newsroom/2016/January-2016/Irvine-Foundation-grant-will-boost-San-Joaquin-literacy-programs-.html
    Is it really give and take? New research examines how young people talk about oral sex

    New research conducted by Pacific sociologist Ruth Lewis finds that, when it comes to oral sex, disparities persist – and young men and women tend to gloss over these gender inequalities. more

    http://www.pacific.edu/About-Pacific/Newsroom/2016/April-2016/New-research-examines-how-young-people-talk-about-oral-sex.html
    Jazzy Pacific podcast wins Northeast Public Radio popularity honors

    A podcast recorded by music Professor Keith Hatschek about jazz and civil rights drew more Internet traffic than any other Academic Minute recording in 2015. more

    http://www.pacific.edu/About-Pacific/Newsroom/2016/January-2016/Jazzy-Pacific-podcast-wins-Northeast-Public-Radio-popularity-honors-.html
    John Muir legacy lives strong at Pacific

    A connection to John Muir runs deep at University of the Pacific – blood and books deep. more

    http://www.pacific.edu/About-Pacific/Newsroom/2014/March-2014/John-Muir-legacy-lives-strong-at-Pacific.html
    Law students’ “revenge porn” bill would protect victim privacy

    California last year became the second state in the union to make “revenge porn” a crime. But Pacific McGeorge School of Law students Marisa Shea and Christopher Wu felt more could be done. more

    http://www.pacific.edu/About-Pacific/Newsroom/2014/May-August-2014/Law-students-revenge-porn-bill-would-protect-victim-privacy.html