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Student chemists pay it forward
4/25/14

Student chemists pay it forward

Pacific students donate $10,000 to support undergraduate research in chemistry and biochemistry. A matching gift challenge from the Stauffer Foundation, still under way, doubles the gift to $20,000. more

4/24/14

Recent passings of former economics and education professors Tapan Munroe and John Schippers

Schippers, former director of teacher education, founded Pacific's Teacher Corps program and preserved the memoirs of WWII aviators, while Munroe became a prominent Bay Area economist more

4/17/14

Math Steeplechase adds up to excitement for local students

More than 600 students from Stockton, Lodi and Elk Grove Unified School districts will descend on Pacific tomorrow for an annual competition meant to show that learning math and science can be fun more

4/17/14

Math Steeplechase adds up to excitement for local students

More than 600 students from Stockton, Lodi and Elk Grove Unified School districts will descend on Pacific tomorrow for an annual competition meant to show that learning math and science can be fun more

4/17/14

Math Steeplechase adds up to excitement for local students

More than 600 students from Stockton, Lodi and Elk Grove Unified School districts will descend on Pacific tomorrow for an annual competition meant to show that learning math and science can be fun more

4/17/14

Math Steeplechase adds up to excitement for local students

More than 600 students from Stockton, Lodi and Elk Grove Unified School districts will descend on Pacific tomorrow for an annual competition meant to show that learning math and science can be fun more

4/14/14

Media sources for June 2014 primary election

University of the Pacific and Pacific McGeorge School of Law faculty are available to speak on various aspects of the June 2014 statewide direct primary election more

Dr. Caroline T. Schroeder Receives two National Endowment for the Humanities grants
4/8/14

Dr. Caroline T. Schroeder Receives two National Endowment for the Humanities grants

Dr. Caroline T. Schroeder, associate professor of Religious and Classical Studies, has received $100,000 in grants to support her work in digitizing, translating, and analyzing Coptic texts more

4/7/14

Media sources on John Muir

University of the Pacific scholars are available to comment on John Muir and the John Muir Papers in advance of California John Muir Day on April 21 more