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Sustainability news: May is Bike to Work Month

Ditch the car and dust off the bike during Bike to Work Month. A host of events and incentives are available in the Sacramento, Bay Area and San Joaquin Valley regiions during the month of May. more


Wellness news: Tips for a health mind, body and spirit

Mental and emotional wellness are important parts of your overall health. Being good to your mind is just as important as being good to your body. more

Professor Elizabeth Basha receives 2019 Excellence in Undergraduate Research Mentoring Award

Professor Elizabeth Basha receives 2019 Excellence in Undergraduate Research Mentoring Award

Basha, associate professor of electrical and computer engineering, was recognized during Research Day festivities April 27. more


University compliance team rolls out new website and helpline

The new compliance program includes resources to help faculty, staff and students do the right thing and ensure Pacific is a safe, secure and ethical place to work and learn. more


Parking impact along Dave Brubeck Way on the Stockton Campus

From April 29 through May 10 parking will be reserved for construction vehicles between the Conservatory Recital Hall and Atchley Way. more


Featured open positions at Pacific

Check out some of these open positions and share with qualified applicants more


Draft policy on Alcohol, Meals and Catering available for review and comment

As part ofthe effort to ensure consistent business practices and contain costs, the President's Advisory Council implementation team has drafted a policy that will provide guidelines to staff, faculty and student employees regarding purchasing alcohol, meals and catering for university functions.  more


Risk Management to host Safety Forums in fall 2019

Faculty, staff and students interested in participating in the quarterly Safety Forums and its sub-committees are invited to contact the EHS Department. more


Reminder: University of the Pacific requires students to have two doses of the MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) vaccine

While there are no confirmed cases in Stockton nor the university, we want to proactively prepare our community members and advise about steps you can take to protect yourself, your loved ones and the Pacific community. more

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