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Back to school: Pacific alumna rises in career to become school district’s top administrator
8/31/18

Back to school: Pacific alumna rises in career to become school district’s top administrator

Alumna Sara Noguchi '05 went back to school this year as the top administrator for the largest district in Modesto. more

University of the Pacific continues to rise in national rankings
8/31/18

University of the Pacific continues to rise in national rankings

Pacific is among the top private and public colleges and universities in California as it climbs prestigious national college standings more

Media X introduces new performance capture course
8/30/18

Media X introduces new performance capture course

This fall, Media X students can take Introduction to Performance Capture, taught by actor, director and professor, Gary Armagnac. more

Pacific students open up new worlds by applying for fellowships
8/29/18

Pacific students open up new worlds by applying for fellowships

Fulfilling research, travel abroad, life-altering reflection and a chance to help people around the world are just some of the rewards awaiting Pacific students more

Incoming freshman setting high marks for success
8/28/18

Incoming freshman setting high marks for success

Miguel Andrade-Salcedo ’22 has already set high standards for himself even before stepping onto campus for his first semester at Pacific. more

Pacific continues to move up Forbes ranking
8/24/18

Pacific continues to move up Forbes ranking

Pacific continues to make strong strides in national rankings as reflected this week when Forbes listed the university among “America’s Top Colleges.” more

Youth symphony takes next downbeat as part of Pacific’s Conservatory of Music
8/17/18

Youth symphony takes next downbeat as part of Pacific’s Conservatory of Music

The Central Valley Youth Symphony will now be part of Pacific’s Conservatory of Music. more

Pacific receives $300,000 NIH grant for biology and chemistry research
8/13/18

Pacific receives $300,000 NIH grant for biology and chemistry research

A $300,000 National Institutes of Health research grant for Pacific could lead to more efficient ways of producing proteins used in making vaccines, insulin and cancer treatments. more

Pacific mourns passing of Faye Spanos
8/8/18

Pacific mourns passing of Faye Spanos

Longtime University of the Pacific supporter, a pillar in the community, and the matriarch of the Spanos family Faye Spanos has died at the age of 92. more

Leaving a small town to find purpose at Dugoni
7/31/18

Leaving a small town to find purpose at Dugoni

William Keeton credits the mentors and faculty at the Dugoni for helping him discover his passion  more

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