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9/24/19

New employees and notable changes | September 2019

New hires, promotions and transfers and other notable changes. more

Leslie Gielow Jacobs appointed inaugural Justice Anthony M. Kennedy Professor of Law
9/11/19

Leslie Gielow Jacobs appointed inaugural Justice Anthony M. Kennedy Professor of Law

Leslie Gielow Jacobs, director of the Capital Center for Law & Policy and professor of law, has been appointed the inaugural Justice Anthony M. Kennedy Professor of Law at University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law.  more

9/9/19

Pacific's Red Folder is a new resource for supporting students

Office of the Dean of Students has created the Pacific Red Folder to help staff and faculty identify students in distress and refer them to resources. more

9/9/19

Benerd College offering PMP course, staff and faculty discount

Pacific staff and faculty are eligible to receive a discount when enrolling in the PMP preparation course. more

9/9/19

Wellness news: TIAA Digital Challenge

Pacific employees can learn about the perks of using TIAA online and enter to win a smartwatch. more

9/9/19

Chart of Accounts Redesign Project phase 2 update

The project to redesign Pacific’s Chart of Accounts (COA) is making steady progress toward the July 2020 implementation date. Pacific is redesigning its COA to make financial data more readily accessible, consistent and manageable, and to better support decision-making across the university. more

9/4/19

Wellness news: Save the date for Open Enrollment 2019

Open enrollment is mandatory for all benefit-eligible employees to elect benefits for the 2020 plan year. more

8/28/19

New Academic Advising and Career Services Center enhances undergraduate student support

Pacific is expanding advising services for undergraduates; new academic advisors are now co-located with career services staff in the new Academic Advising and Career Services Center, on the second floor of the McCaffrey Center. more

8/27/19

Wellness news: The consequences of raiding retirement savings for cash

If you need to raise cash in a hurry, it’s generally not a good idea to turn to your workplace retirement savings plan. more

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