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“Calliope” celebrates half-century of showcasing student art and literature
7/2/20

“Calliope” celebrates half-century of showcasing student art and literature

University of the Pacific’s student-run literary and arts magazine, “Calliope,” marked its 50th anniversary this spring by overcoming social-distancing challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic to produce its first all-digital edition.  more

Pacific political science graduate organizes BLM street mural
6/26/20

Pacific political science graduate organizes BLM street mural

Pacific political science graduate Ameer Othman organized volunteers to paint a temporary Black Lives Matter street mural on Argonne Drive near Victory Park in Stockton.  more

Pacific political science graduate organizes BLM street mural
6/26/20

Pacific political science graduate organizes BLM street mural

Pacific political science graduate Ameer Othman organized volunteers to paint a temporary Black Lives Matter street mural on Argonne Drive near Victory Park in Stockton.  more

Alumnus’ documentary chronicles the dangers of vaping
6/26/20

Alumnus’ documentary chronicles the dangers of vaping

Chris Schueler ’78 has produced a powerful documentary called “Vape.” He spoke about that work, and health issues involved with vaping, e-cigarettes and traditional cigarettes, during a recent virtual forum sponsored by the Pacific Alumni Association. more

6/26/20

New group of Powell Scholars have variety of talents, interests

Pacific welcomes five new students from across the country to the Powell Scholars Program, which develops responsible leaders who excel academically and take the initiative to understand and serve the university and local and global communities.  more

6/19/20

Students save almost $500,000 through Pacific’s Open Educational Resources program

Pacific’s Open Educational Resources (OER) program continues to save students money on the cost of textbooks. The total savings for the previous three academic years (2017-2020) is $442,000.  more

Psychology study looks for insight into coping with social distancing
6/18/20

Psychology study looks for insight into coping with social distancing

Carla Strickland-Hughes and her research partner at UC Riverside, Rachel Wu, have received a $132,000 National Science Foundation (NSF) grant to study risk and resilience in terms of social distancing among people 18 years and older. more

Psychology study looks for insight into coping with social distancing
6/18/20

Psychology study looks for insight into coping with social distancing

Carla Strickland-Hughes and her research partner at UC Riverside, Rachel Wu, have received a $132,000 National Science Foundation (NSF) grant to study risk and resilience in terms of social distancing among people 18 years and older. more

6/18/20

Pacific debaters enjoy spotlight with nation’s best

University of the Pacific senior Ravi Prasad and first-year student Estefany Torres competed as two of the best college debaters in the country in a special showcase of the National Forensics Association. more