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Resources and information to help employees transition to biweekly payroll and web-based time entry

Check out the updated FAQ and other resources and information available to assist you with the transition to biweekly payroll more


Commencement week parking and traffic advisory

Parking will be impacted beginning May 9 as preparation begins for Commencement ceremonies this Saturday more


Research at Pacific paves way for Eidos Therapeutics

Eidos Therapeutics, co-founded by Mamoun M. Alhamadsheh, PhD, associate professor of pharmaceutics and medicinal chemistry, and Isabella Graef, MD, has been pledged $27 million by BridgeBio Pharma for the development of AG10.  more


Eberhardt Student Investment Fund celebrates 10 years of success

The $3 million Eberhardt School of Business Student Investment Fund offers unique opportunities for students to gain real-world experience in the U.S. stock market. more


Noteworthy Newsletter | April-May 2017

Faculty and staff accomplishments and scholarly and artistic activities more

Above and Beyond: Recognizing the accomplishments of non-traditional students

Above and Beyond: Recognizing the accomplishments of non-traditional students

The Center for Professional and Continuing Education hosted the 15th annual Above and Beyond Celebration on April 19 more


Pacific in the Press | May 2, 2017

Examples of how University of the Pacific was represented in the news media in recent days more

Stockton-San Joaquin County named finalist for All-America honors

Stockton-San Joaquin County named finalist for All-America honors

Stockton-San Joaquin County has been named a 2017 All-America City Award finalist, one of just 27 communities across the country vying for the honor created by the National Civic League nearly 70 years ago to recognize civic action, community problem-solving and progress in advancing early literacy.  more


Stockton Campus advisory: Concert preparation May 3 on the DeRosa Center lawn

Sound checks and sound system testing will involve amplified sound on and off throughout the day more


New study links energy drinks to more heart, blood pressure changes than only caffeine

Sachin A. Shah, PharmD, associate professor of pharmacy practice at the Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences; Emily A. Fletcher, PharmD, deputy pharmacy flight commander; and their team at Travis Air Force Base have found that consuming energy drinks is linked to more change in heart rate and blood pressure than drinks containing only caffeine. more

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