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

    The new Sacramento Governance Summer Immersion Program is a five-week residential and immersive program for undergraduate students jointly offered by the College of the Pacific and the McGeorge School of Law and open to undergraduates in all majors.  more
    Featured Academic Unit - Department of Geological and Environmental Sciences

    Featured in this month's Academic Division newsletter is the Department of Geological and Environmental Sciences. A new department name and newly revised curriculum reflect the department's position to address many of the themes in the Academic Plan. more
    Featured Academic Unit - Department of Art and Graphic Design

    Featured in this month's Academic Division newsletter is the Department of Art and Graphic Design. Interdisciplinary practice and crossing boundaries are intrinsic to the visual arts. more
    NSF grant takes chemistry students to the Netherlands

    University of the Pacific chemistry Professor Jianhua Ren was awarded a new grant from the National Science Foundation this fall for her research on peptides, the building blocks of proteins. more
    Biology student sets sail for dental school with Navy scholarship

    Pacific biology major Alan Williams '16 has been accepted into the U.S. Navy's Health Professions Scholarship Program, a highly selective program for students who aspire to careers in the medical field. more
    New book explores genocide by starvation in Nazi Germany

    Millions of Soviet soldiers in German captivity died of hunger during World War II - but their deaths were not the unexpected consequence of a war that took longer than anticipated, argues Gesine Gerhard, professor of history at University of the Pacific. more

    Physics professor James Hetrick, Education professor Anthony Serna and emeritus sport sciences professor Connor Sutton were recognized for their lifelong mentoring of students and alumni more