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Tuesday World Forum: "Engaging the Anthropocene"

Dr. Amelia Moore, visiting professor of anthropology will discuss the concept known as "the Anthropocene" more


Media sources on drought

University of the Pacific faculty experts are available to comment on the economic and historical impacts of drought. more

School Announced New Doctor of Audiology Program

School Announced New Doctor of Audiology Program

Pacific’s Au.D. program will be the first in Northern California. It will be one of four accelerated programs in the country, and the only one in California.  more

Students Help Maintain Calaveras River Bike Path

Students Help Maintain Calaveras River Bike Path

More than 80 volunteers expected for 4th annual We Claim the Bike Path service event more


Regents Approve Three Programs to be Housed at New San Francisco Campus

Graduate programs in Audiology, Food Studies and Music Therapy will expand the University's offerings in San Francisco more


Get Preferred Parking by Carpooling

In addition to saving gas dollars, registered carpools are able to park in Pacific Preferred Parking spaces more


Panel Discussion - Peace Corps, AmeriCorps NCCC, City Year and more!

Come listen to a panel discussion featuring some of the leading community and education based non-profit service organizations. more


School of Education Assistant Professor Dr. Ronald Hallett receives prestigious MLK award at recent ceremony during Black History Month

Dr. Ronald Hallett receives faculty award for his community service and research on behalf of youth facing college access barriers. more


Edward E. Whitacre Jr. will be the speaker at Pacific's 2014 Commencement ceremonies

Edward E. Whitacre Jr., the widely admired AT&T chief executive who came out of retirement to lead the turnaround of General Motors Co., will be the featured speaker at University of the Pacific’s Commencement Ceremony May 10. more

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