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College of the Pacific

5/16/19

Pacific sparkles with museum-grade mineral collection from Kautz family

Collectors and philanthropists John and Gail ’58 Kautz of Ironstone Vineyards gifted their collection to Pacific. more

Pharmacy student awarded Fulbright scholarship
5/15/19

Pharmacy student awarded Fulbright scholarship

David Carranza '16, '19 has been awarded a prestigious Fulbright scholarship to study health care policy in Finland. more

“Obsessed” filmmaker is youngest accepted in prestigious AFI graduate program
5/10/19

“Obsessed” filmmaker is youngest accepted in prestigious AFI graduate program

Jess Hess is a member of Media X's first graduating class who has been accepted into the Producing Program at the American Film Institute Conservatory in Los Angeles. more

Pacific student from Kenya finds purpose here, lands job
5/7/19

Pacific student from Kenya finds purpose here, lands job

Lucy Kamau's interest in shifting forces and diverse methods to approaching problems led her to a career in applied economics. more

Best-selling author and alumnus Matt de la Peña to be 2019 Commencement speaker
5/6/19

Best-selling author and alumnus Matt de la Peña to be 2019 Commencement speaker

Best-selling and Newbery Medal-winning author Matt de la Peña, a Pacific alumnus, will be the 2019 Commencement speaker more

John Muir’s Stockton Legacy
4/12/19

John Muir’s Stockton Legacy

The most recognized quote of famed naturalist John Muir (1838–1914) is, “The mountains are calling and I must go and I will work on while I can, studying incessantly.” more

Pacific receives $1.45 million NSF grant to prepare STEM educators for high-need K-12 schools
4/8/19

Pacific receives $1.45 million NSF grant to prepare STEM educators for high-need K-12 schools

The Pacific Noyce STEM Scholars Program will provide scholarships and other services to prepare students to become K-12 teachers in high-need schools.  more

Pacific helped third-gen Pacifican’s rise in 30-year health care career
3/29/19

Pacific helped third-gen Pacifican’s rise in 30-year health care career

Kristen Spracher-Birtwhistle ’81, ’87, the new head of United Way of San Joaquin County, credits Pacific for skills she used throughout her 30-year career.  more

Mair family creates Media X scholarship
3/26/19

Mair family creates Media X scholarship

Media X has received a boost with a generous gift from the family of former regent Jim Mair '68 in memory of his daughter, Meredith, who died in 2018. more

2/1/19

Alumnus, former PAF director Duane Isetti ’62, ’65 named Stocktonian of the Year

His service to others has been so broad that in December 2018, Duane Isetti ’62, ’65 was named the 65th Stocktonian of the Year.  more