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March 2020

3/24/20

Pacific in the Press | March 24, 2020

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Tips for Students for Adapting to Online Learning
3/19/20

Tips for Students for Adapting to Online Learning

As University of the Pacific transitions to online instruction, this change may lead to questions and feelings of uncertainty. Here are five tips to help you adapt to this unexpected change. more

3/18/20

Alumnus and university supporter James Earl Jewell passed away Feb. 15

University of the Pacific alumnus and champion of the arts James Earl Jewell passed away Feb. 15. He was 90. more

3/17/20

New employees and notable changes | March 2020

New hires, promotions and transfers and other notable changes. more

3/17/20

Pacific students and alumni recognized at San Joaquin Engineers Council banquet

Two students and two alumni from University of the Pacific were honored on Feb. 20 at the San Joaquin Engineers Council’s annual Engineers Week Banquet.  more

3/17/20

Pacific remembers Professor Richard Vargo

Longtime University of the Pacific Professor Richard “Dick” Vargo passed away Jan. 20, 2020. He was 78. Professor Vargo taught in the Eberhardt School of Business for over 30 years. more

3/17/20

Wellness news: Tips for overall mental and emotional well-being

Mental and emotional wellness are important parts of your overall health, and in current times, it is important to step back and remember that being good to your mind is just as important as being good to your body. more

McGeorge education, opportunities lead to job offer for aspiring sports agent
3/16/20

McGeorge education, opportunities lead to job offer for aspiring sports agent

Ronald Ussery Jr. ’21 is well on his way to achieving his goal of becoming a sports agent representing players in the National Football League. more

3/10/20

Pacific in the Press | March 10, 2020

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3/10/20

Wellness News: Inspiring ways to eat smart

Eating healthy doesn’t have to be hard—and you don’t have to live on salad, buy expensive vitamins or swear off snacking. Your own nutrition intuition can lead you in the right direction. more

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